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Episode 123 | What is Owner-Occupier Appeal and How to Use It When Buying Your Next Investment?

Welcome to Episode 123! We’ve been looking forward to unpacking this one all week!

Guess what? The boys are going to walk you through THE perfect text-book investment property. As in: the very one that ticks ALL the owner-occupier appeal boxes. The one that’s going to land you the biggest capital growth payday!

So from the suburb right down to the shelves to store your stuff … B1 & B2 will explain to you what asset you should definitely be buying.

The golden tips discussed (in detail!) are:

  • What—specifically—is owner-occupier appeal?
  • What are the Three Pillars of Mastery that always create owner-occupier appeal?
  • What do you look for in a suburb?
  • What can a quick google search show you?
  • How do you see the invisible lines showing Buyers’ Agents the best part of a street?
  • Which way should your investment property face? (It matters!)
  • What should be in the garden?
  • What is the perfect textbook floorplan?
  • What do owner-occupiers buy with?
  • What’s the best orientation of the block?
  • How wide should the road in your investment grade suburb be?

This is a true ripper, even if we say so ourselves. You’ll get a lot out of this one!

And as usual, here are the Free Resources mentioned in today’s podcast!

  • Video on RealEstate.com.au |  Your money can make money with compound interest – Watch the video here
  • Knight Frank Research | Global House Price Index Q1 2017 – Read here

 

 

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Episode 122 | Q&A – A Transitioning Market, Money, Habits, Tax Deductions and What It’s Really Costing You

It’s that time again … a few questions from you and a few answers from the boys!

Oh, before we give you a tiny tease about today’s podcast … just a huge shout out for being SO supportive about our technical glitch last week. Our inbox was flooded with all of your emails and concerns—please know that our hearts’ burst (with love) and we missed you all too! We really did. But we’re back and better than ever this week. (With an epic guest next Thursday we’ve got The Stig running the server like a pro.)

Right … to today’s Q&A! It’s the time of a transitioning market. So things are starting to balance out in the property scene. The boys will fill you in on the nitty gritty; but, guess what? This is an empowering time for buyers!

Think Question. Think Answer. Think Golf. Blame Bryce for his legendary metaphors.

 

  • Question on debt reduction from Allen:

I am trying to get into a better money management system and have just a few questions.
I currently have 1 personal loan of $22,000 and 2 credit cards both roughly $5000 each. In your previous podcasts about credit card management and The Money SMARTS System you suggest paying off whichever debt charges the most interest first. Well, the personal loan charges more than the credit cards in the long run and has more to pay off although the credit cards are of smaller amount but it is still high, which would you recommend paying off first?

  • Question on how to work out a property’s true value from Laura:

When monitoring an existing Investment Property’s capital growth, and trying to do this in an objective, non-biases and reliable method, can you please compare and contrast—get the advice—just relying on a real estate agents sales appraisal vs. a proper bank valuation?

My wife and I bought a house (PPOR) in Croydon Vic 2.5 years ago, which has since appreciated by nearly 20%. We are looking at buying our first investment property this year, around mid-year. We had a child last year, my wife will be going back to work part time mid-year and is currently on maternity & LSL. My salary will be about $100k more than hers.

Will it make sense to get the investment loan out in my name so that the losses can be claimed against my greater income? For some reason she is apprehensive about this idea, which I’m not sure why because we are married anyway and the titles can still be put in both our names even though the finance is in my name. Is this worth considering this or should everything just be in both our names, joint loans the like?

 

And here are the Free Resources mentioned in today’s podcast:

 

If you like this Q&A episode (A Transitioning Market, Money, Habits, Tax Deductions and What It’s Really Costing You), don’t forget to rate us on our iTunes channel (The Property Couch Podcast) and our Facebook page. Any questions or ideas? Feel free to drop us your thoughts here: http://thepropertycouch.com.au/topics/

Episode 121 (Part 2) | Does The Guy With The Most Money Always Win At Auction? – Chat with Damien Cooley

Part two with Damien Cooley, Australia’s most respected auctioneers and the face of Cooley Auctions, On top of his Australian record—see part 1— he has an uncountable number of industry trophies tucked under that orange tie—winning the 2015 & 2013 Auctioneer of the Year at the Real Estate Business Awards for example—and has performed auctions on other reality TV series, including The Renovators, Under The Hammer, Hot Auctions and Selling Houses Australia.

Oh, and you might have heard this in Part One that just two years ago, Cooley Auctions delivered up to 6000 auctions in the same year. So Damien definitely knows his stuff.

What are you waiting for? Get the insider’s guide to:

  • Which avoidable mistakes buyers make
  • How to win at auction, just by observing the mood of buyers
  • Which bidding tactics work and which ones absolutely don’t
  • What the Five Second Rule is
  • What a Flexible Buyers Strategy looks like
  • How the auction process differs between Victoria and NSW

and

  • Is there a shift in buyers’ sentiment in Sydney’s property market?

 

If you like this podcast: “Does The Guy With The Most Money Always Win At Auction? – Chat with Damien Cooley”, don’t forget to rate us on our iTunes channel (The Property Couch Podcast) and our Facebook page. If you have any questions or ideas, feel free to drop us your thoughts here: http://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

Episode 121 (Part 1) | Does The Guy With The Most Money Always Win At Auction? – Chat with Damien Cooley

We’re pretty chuffed to announce that Damien Cooley, one of Australia’s most respected auctioneers and the face of Cooley Auctions, has landed a spot on the couch! For those not in the know: Damien holds the Australian record for the highest sale of a single dwelling home sold at auction—no easy feat at $23 Million—and is the most booked auctioneer on The Block, having appeared on the show nine times.

In fact, we were SO chuffed to have Damien on the couch that Bryce and Ben just didn’t want him to leave. There are golden auction tips pouring out like a long string of confetti in this one guys! (Damien was almost late to the set of The Block, he was so pumped to give you all his insight!)

So here is Part One, people.

Unpacking his property prowess with us, Damien reveals the importance of keeping lists, debunk some auction myths and explains why he’s more than just “The Guy in the Orange Tie on The Block”.

Together, he and the boys will cover:

  • How jotting your dreams on paper will write tomorrow’s reality
  • How he left high school to become one of the best auctioneers in the country
  • How Damien managed to score that impressive $23 million auction record (Hint: it has something to do with $50,000)
  • How to work out if an external auctioneer is right for you

This one’s a big one guys! The take home (out of the many):

If you go to work on your plan, your plan will work for you.

 

Disclaimer: But this is in Part 1 only … just wait until you hit PART 2 (!)

 

If you like this podcast: “Does The Guy With The Most Money Always Win At Auction? – Chat with Damien Cooley”, don’t forget to rate us on our iTunes channel (The Property Couch Podcast) and our Facebook page. If you have any questions or ideas, feel free to drop us your thoughts here: http://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

Episode 120 | Secret To Making Money While You Sleep – Chat with Tom Panos

We’ve finally got Tom Panos on the show! For those who’s unfamiliar with Tom, he’s the founder of the Real Estate Gym, 5am Club, co-host of the Million Dollar Agent podcast, a weekly commentator on SKY News Business, Channel 602, Real Estate Advertising Director for News Corp and is one of Sydney’s leading Real Estate Auctioneers as well as being a sought-after keynote for the Real Estate industry. On top of that, he’s also an active property investor and has been investing for the past 25 years.

So what will the three of them be chatting about today? Here are some bullet points!

  • How will having a regime in your daily life help you
  • What are Tom’s drives to success and how they’ve changed over time
  • Why playing the long game matters in property investing
  • How did Tom start his portfolio and tips for investors who are looking to do the same
  • Formula for a successful renovation project
  • Tom’s response to those who are concerned with the media’s property boom and bust stories
  • His mentors in life and relationship with Jon McGrath
  • Top 3 tips for buyers looking to bid at auction

 

If you like this podcast: “Secret To Making Money While You Sleep – Chat with Tom Panos”, don’t forget to rate us on our iTunes channel (The Property Couch Podcast) and our Facebook page. If you have any questions or ideas, feel free to drop us your thoughts here: http://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

Do you want to join us to help others build wealth?

Hey folks! Roughly 30 weeks ago, we broadcasted a special episode to look for a few people to join us at our business, Empower Wealth. We’ve grown quite a bit since and are looking to expand our team again! If you are passionate about property, genuinely committed to helping others build wealth, a strong believer in tailored solution and you appreciate a good challenge (and love the podcast!), we want to hear from you. We are looking for a Paraplanner, Loan Processor and an experienced Buyers Agent.

If this sounds like you or if you know someone, then send in your/their CV today to info@thepropertycouch.com.au!

For more information on the roles and how to apply, please visit www.ThePropertyCouch.com.au/jobs.

 

 

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