Retirement planning in your 30s is admittedly not something most early 30-somethings think about. But as we move forward and begin to settle down it’s natural to start thinking beyond the here and now. Your 30s puts you in a unique position from a retirement planning standpoint. By the time you've reached 35, most of us know what we want out of life: where we want to live and our career goals. After working for more than ten years, shockingly retirement isn’t too far away.
When people start thinking about investing, the first question they ask is “what investment should I buy?” quickly followed by “shouldn’t I buy an investment property?” As the property market continues to heat up, the race to buy an investment property is on. But before rushing into the property market stop and consider the following.