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Who's really in control when you buy a property? The Elephant In The Room is where the things that no one wants to talk about, actually get talked about. Veronica Morgan, real estate agent, buyers agent and co-host of Foxtel’s Location Location Location Australia & Chris Bates, financial planner, mortgage broker and wealth coach have joined forces to find out what’s really going on in the world of real estate. Veronica and Chris talk to property owners and buyers every day in their respectiv ...
 
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It’s no mystery that COVID has affected everyone in one way or another, and some effects will no doubt carry on even after the pandemic has passed. Knowing this, how different will life be when this blows over? What will the new normal look like? Today, Simon Kuestenmacher, Director of Research at the Demographics Group shares his insights into how…
 
Regardless of location, expats have had to adapt and deal with the effects of Covid. There’s been evidence of expats returning and re-occupying their properties, leading to a shortage of family homes on the rental market. We’ve also heard of people staying put because they’re reluctant to abandon a promising international career and settle for a le…
 
We’re living in such a crazy time. COVID is still rampant globally and has more or less affected most markets for better or worse. The property market has also been affected, but how much has it been really hit? Today we’re having a chat with Martin North because we want to get a contrarian perspective. We’ll be uncovering the dark underbelly of wh…
 
Housing affordability is on everyone’s mind but what’s being done? In this episode, we welcome back Michelle Adair, CEO of The Housing Trust. The Housing Trust, which is the second-largest housing provider in the Illawarra, delivering subsidised rental homes to over 2000 people, with almost 1100 properties from Thirroul to Nowra. Michelle is at the…
 
We talk to Rebeka Morgan, co-founder of the BuildHer Collective and CEO of Beirin Projects which focuses on high-end renovation and construction in Melbourne’s inner North. Rebekah worked for 14 years in construction management before becoming a developer herself and is passionate about sharing knowledge and experience, both as a tutor at Swinburne…
 
A core focus of the podcast has been to uncover who you can trust and who should you avoid when buying property. Today we are joined by Daniel Butkovich, Money & Advice Editor at Domain. He writes about buying, selling, renovating and investing in property to help educate people, whether they’re just starting out or have owned property for a while,…
 
In this episode, we chat through our favourite new metric, the ‘tightly held index’. This metric quantifies the amount and type of property that are currently held long term including additional data points that maps out the possible reason for these properties being tightly held. Kent breaks down the data of recent suburb price movement, looking o…
 
We’ve invited Rob Broadhead, CEO of 2020 Fire Protection; member of NSW Govt’s Fire Safety Steering Committee and a Board Director of the Fire Protection Association of Australia. Rob has been in the fire protection industry since 1992, and has contributed to Australian Standards and helped draft fire protection training for Strata and Facility Man…
 
Joining us today to discuss the aftermath of lockdowns in Melbourne on the property market is Jarrod McCabe, buyers agent and director of Wakelin’s Property Advisory. Jarrod’s property career spans two decades covering valuations and investment advice and has played a critical role in adapting to purchasing property during periods of lockdown. With…
 
How do online auctions work and will they last? In this episode we discuss how properties are selling during the most recent lockdown. Today we have Jesse Davidson, the chief auctioneer and director at AuctionWorks. Just as home buyers and sellers have had to conform to the new normal, industry professionals adapt to restrictions and their customer…
 
With current movements is buying rural properties still viable? Matt Knight, prolific rural buyers agent of Precium breaks down the numbers and answers our regional based questions. Matt Knight made his own sea change 14 years ago, now has helped clients in a similar position to purchase their regional property, covering an area from Wollongong rig…
 
Property stories are on the tip of everyone’s tongue when they’ve been successful and glaringly absent when their landlord dreams have gone down the drain. The property market has made rapid shifts within the last 6 months with parcels of land transacting for a fortune, but how did they do it? With capital growth being the most critical element of …
 
In this episode we’re answering some of our listener questions. We’ll be covering how to maximise borrowing on a low income, what agents mean by ‘expressions of interest”, borrowing from overseas, the research needed when buying your first investment property, dealing with “best and final offers” in a hot market and what due diligence do buyers age…
 
What makes prices go up and what data sources can you use to predict the movements?Jeremy Sheppard is the Head of Select Residential Property. Before joining SRP, Jeremy created a suburb scoring algorithm called the DSR (Demand to Supply Ratio). The DSR has been featured in Australian Property Investor magazine and Your Investment Property magazine…
 
Within the last decade, the Financial Independence Retire Early (FI/RE) movement has gained a cult-like following, with grassroots communities touting the benefits of living frugally today whilst creating wealth for tomorrow. Veronica and Chris talk with Matt, the host of the Aussie Firebug podcast. Since 2013 Matt has focused on retiring early by …
 
This month we look at year to date data, focusing on how the dramatic price rises of the most recent months may have set the stage for the rest of the year? It has been a challenging time for home buyers and a lucrative opportunity for vendors, but will current market conditions last? How many more times will the buyer’s return to the market to try…
 
In this Negotiation Masterclass episode, we turn the tables as Chris Bates interviews Veronica Morgan, discussing the dos and don’ts when it comes to negotiating for property and how to succeed during challenging market conditions. The recent property boom has left buyers destitute with properties selling pre-auction, off the market and far above t…
 
Where does the real value lie in buyers agents and how to avoid costly property mistakes? In this episode, we welcome back Cate Bakos to discuss from beginning to end the role buyer’s agents play in assisting consumers to achieve their property objectives and how the guiding principles of REBAA and its members have directed consumers away from risk…
 
We can’t get enough of your questions. We cover a lot in this episode from the current state of the unit market through to how limited title can impact a property’s sale. We appreciate your questions and enjoy doing these episodes. If you have property related questions or want to test a scenario we would love to hear from you. Questions: “Units do…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Martin North, Founder of Digital Finance Analytics (DFA). DFA surveys thousands of Australian families to gauge key consumer metrics, which have been crucial in highlighting areas of concern within debt and property prices. This is Martin’s third appearance on the Podcast, previously he has shared bearish views on t…
 
We’ve noticed that our audience enjoys episodes featuring economists such as Warren Hogan’s episode 158, Saul Eslake’s episode 152 and the multitude of various well-known voices within this space. Pens and paper in our hand, we chat with Carlos Cacho, Chief Economist of Jarden Group Australia, prior to his position, Carlos served as Chief Economist…
 
Australian’s have been left high and dry as developers overpromise and underdeliver with no punitive action against offenders, as they lie, cheat and phoenix, negatively affecting Australians looking to get onto the property market. Current booming market conditions are foreshadowing a proliferation of defective new developments putting profits in …
 
Inklings of the property market slowing down, our hosts analyse rental vacancies to rationalise current trends within the market and what the outlook will be for first home buyers, upgraders and investors?How human behaviour is skewing the data, will the combination of anchoring bias, FOMO and loss aversion put consumers in risky situations as they…
 
In the most recent episodes, we dug deeper into the liberation of labour mobility and the inevitable result of interstate, regional migration. For your benefit explaining how it happened and what the future of Australia may look like. Within this episode, we explore its sustainability, questioning the long term viability of these movements. Will re…
 
Property prices are skyrocketing across the nation. With desirable suburbs in capital cities bearing the brunt of the current competition, medium to high-income buyers are forced out of their no. 1 suburb flowing onto alternative areas that aren’t ready for their price perception. The influx of the new buyers into unfamiliar areas, wear glasses wit…
 
Covid has accelerated the remote work movement. Australians have fled the big city to greener pastures and clearer shores. What better place to a sea change, tree change than Australia’s most eastern tip. Global media coverage has put Australia at the forefront of Covid safe spots, this has drawn celebrities, actors and affluent business owners to …
 
We welcome back Shelley Horton from episode 34. Shelley is the general manager of CoreLogic Valuation Solutions, which advises on the future of valuations’ and their role in the market. The property market is booming. For any transaction -- to buy, to sell, to refinance -- it all requires a valuer. Some valuers are seeing up to 15 properties a day.…
 
Welcome back to another edition of our Suburb Trends report where we look at Australian suburbs’ condition, analysing, rationalising and theorising their present and future. In this episode, we'll focus on the top 10 highest median growth suburbs, honing in only on houses and suburbs with more than nine sales a month. The team looks at the various …
 
We welcome back Eliza Owen for the fifth time -- we can't get enough of her property market data and insights. Eliza is the head of residential research at CoreLogic and the author of CoreLogic's quarterly 'Pain and Gain' reports, which cover the entire Australian property market at a macro level, then drills down into suburb and property category …
 
Who could've predicted what happened last year? We began 2020 with high hopes and a positive outlook for the Australian property market, after the lows of 2019. Then came COVID-19, which threw everything we thought that was possible right out the window. Panic ensued and the real estate market came to a halt, especially in Melbourne. But as the yea…
 
Lauren Robinson is the Director of Rental Results in Brisbane and has nearly two decades experience in the property management industry. Lauren has also authored the book ‘Rented!’ which helps investors develop successful property management skills. Adding to the arsenal of investment property episodes, we jump into being landlords looking at the r…
 
One of our dedicated listeners Lily, asked six questions around buying her first investment property. The questions were so relevant and important they warranted their own entire episode. We discuss how to assess, prepare and act on buying your first investment property, what you should be buying and how to know if you’re ready.Questions: Financial…
 
This month we are focusing on what is not booming! Which suburbs and areas have had the greatest price falls, and why? Within this episode we will recap how the market is currently performing rationalising why these mentioned suburbs have had the greatest drop off and what it means for greater Australia.Here’s what we covered: How is the unit marke…
 
We welcome David Tucker Chief of Infrastructure Assessment at Infrastructure Australia. David joined Infrastructure Australia in 2018 after over 16 years with some of Australia’s top-tier consulting firms. In this episode we chat shop on how infrastructure factors within the property market and how have airports, roads, transport and essential good…
 
Welcoming back Scott Phillips, Chief Investment Officer of the Motley Fool. In this episode he details the current investment market, where people are putting their money and who is winning big and who are losing it all. We expand the chat discussing how interest rates are playing into the overall picture of Australian property, shares and cryptocu…
 
Steve Palise is a commercial property buyers agent, who started his career as an engineer but found his passion in commercial property. He has helped thousands of clients secure and purchase properties across every state and has achieved amazing outcomes whilst reducing their risk. In this episode Veronica and Steve discuss the intricate difference…
 
Marty Sadlier has over 19 years experience in the building and construction industry, he is the co-founder of MCG Quantity Surveyors which is recognised as Australia’s fastest growing quantity surveying firm; working with big names in business like McDonalds, CBA and Westpac. In this episode Marty breaks the news to Australians about the widespread…
 
The future is now? Speak to your house, have an AI butler and automate your life… maybe not now but when? In this episode we chat to Brett Savill, CEO of Quantify Technology, an ASX-listed technology business dedicated to simplify living environments with ‘smart housing’. Our hosts and Brett discuss the current state of smart houses, the future of …
 
Kent Lardner & the hosts took a look at the most popular searched suburbs from a year ago and discussed whether being popular then resulted in price increases. The 10 most searched suburbs in Australia were in Sydney and Melbourne and they fit in two buckets, aspirational and affordable. Listen and find out which performed better. Here’s what we co…
 
Welcoming back Stuart Wemyss to chat shop on the importance of differentiating between types of property and how this comes into play when location, location, location matters most. Stuart Weymss is the director of Prosolutions and host of the Investopoly podcast. Stuart recently released a report Performance Review of Investment Grade Apartments w…
 
In our firth Q&A host special, Veronica and Chris jump into your questions! What to look for in the land before you buy? Can you retire with just investment properties? Is buying and building your own home a good idea? How do you know if you’re buying the top end of a suburb? High strata cost, what are you paying for? Is there a new incentive to bu…
 
Soren Trampedach is the founder, chairman and CEO of Work Club. Work Club is an established boutique solution to accommodate for modern day work space and place challenges. In recent times Work Club has shifted to providing consultancy on workplace optimisation to industry leaders such as Google, Deloitte and Facebook. With his remarkable insights …
 
‘Forecasters’ have been holding their breath for the property market to crash for years, it was only during Covid that it looked inevitable. They said it’d be at the peak of Covid cases, the tightening of restrictions and of course the ‘September cliff’, but here we are and the property market is holding strong and banks are even turning away poten…
 
The primary issue of 2020 is Covid, but what about questions surrounding China’s geopolitical expansion, Covid-19 vaccination, the changes to government stimulus and whether or not APRA will intervene to slow the property Market? Welcoming back Warren Hogan from episode 75. Warren is the former Chief Economist of ANZ and is currently the Industry P…
 
No one could have expected the economy, let alone the property market, to be flipped on its head this year. New restrictions and cases were a daily occurrence with all industries having to pivot rapidly or succumb to the down turn. Seeing with 2020 vision, we look back in hindsight on the property market, and how it performed, changed and adapted t…
 
Rocky Scopelliti, is a world class futurologist, recognised internationally as an authority across upcoming technology, social change and the economic future. He’s currently a director of Optus and Community First Credit Union, and works in advisory capacities to a variety of companies including Fortune 100 corporations. In this episode, Rocky dive…
 
It’s everyone's dream to become mortgage free but how do you do it and when is having debt a good idea? Welcoming esteemed long-term money commentator and financial literacy advocate Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon, Nicole is former editor of AFR’s Smart Investor Magazine and has recently published her book How to Get Mortgage-Free Like Me which reveals h…
 
Speaking to Damian Collins, a well respected and experienced property expert on the current state and the future of the Perth property market. Damian is the founder and managing director of Momentum Wealth and has served on the REIWA Council since 2011 and was elected president of the institute in 2018. In this episode we ask the questions: will th…
 
2020 has been an insightful year, reshaping where people work, live and spend time. The question is what will 2021 bring? With the restructuring of stamp duty and opt in/opt out programs be a success? Moreover, will the government target this towards new properties like FHB grants or will it open the door, moving citizens away from new builds? In a…
 
Welcoming back Brendan Coates to discuss the implications of the government plan for home buyers to access super to assist in purchasing property. Brendan is the Household Finance Program Director at the Grattan institute, he has focused on a wide variety of topics including tax reform, housing and superannuation. In this episode the team and Brend…
 
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