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Episode 101 | Sand or Stone – 6 Critical Foundations Your Wealth Plan Should Be Built On

With a fresh start this week for The Property Couch after our much-anticipated 100th episode last week, the energy definitely hasn’t dwindled as Episode 101 has Bryce and Ben discussing the six critical foundations to building your wealth plan. From the comfort of Ben’s home instead of the studio this week, (as not even an operation can delay an episode of TPC), the guys discuss foundations such as strategy, getting a mentor and building your tribe to name a few. Similar to a skyscraper or a mega size bridge, the foundations in which you build your property portfolio or even, your financial wealth plan on is crucial. However, it’s not an exciting process and can be mundane for some but do not underestimate how much difference it can make to the long-term performance of your wealth plan. Time is a commodity that you can’t afford to lose and if you find out later in life that your wealth plan isn’t going to work, it can potentially be too late.

Of course, the jokes and banter still continue on in this podcast, and with that in mind, we hope you enjoy this next instalment and the next step that The Property Couch is taking. To another 100 episodes!

P.S If anything, don’t miss this latest episode for the brand new sign-off at the end!

 

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Episode 100 | The Property Couch UNPACKED!

AND IT’S FINALLY HERE!!

Happy Australia Day and thank you to all you who had supported us for the past 99 episodes! It has been an incredible journey, and we are very grateful and amazed at how far we’ve come. This is just the beginning, and we promise you that for the next 100 episodes, we are definitely going bigger and better! With new segments, more case studies, guests interviews and innovative data research platform (spoiler alerts!), all we can say for now is, sit tight and buckle up for the ride. 😉

So to celebrate our 100th episode, we are ‘unpacking’ some of the tips and frameworks that we’ve chat about previously.  Below are the links to the highlighted episodes:

 

Once again, thank you, and we look forward to the next 100! 🙂

PS: If you are planning to come to the Melbourne Property Buyer Expo 2017, make sure to use our discount code (TPC2017) for a free pass! Click here to get the tickets

 

And as always, if you like this episode (The Property Couch UNPACKED!), 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://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

Episode 078 | Ten Biggest Risks when Investing in Property in Australia

Investing in property is considered as a relatively safe investment class but as with other types of investments, there are some downfalls that you need to be aware of. So in this week’s podcast, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley will be sharing their ten biggest property investment risks.
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They will be unpacking this list from a macro point of view such as factors that are beyond an investor’s control down to a micro level. Bryce and Ben will also be discussing some risk mitigation strategy that investors can apply when building their property portfolio.

The first macro risk is General Market and Economic Risks. Although each one of us contributes to the country’s performance as a whole, individually, we still can’t influence it much (unless of course, you are a multi-billionaire). So, if a country is performing poorly for example, during the GFC period, some property market would be affected, and this would impose some degree of risk if you are a property investor. Economic activities in a state level also could be a risk because this affects employment rate in the area and hence, your potential tenants as well the value of the investment property.

Listen to the podcast to find out the other 9 property investment risks.

 

Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

  • Webinar Replay with Jane Slack-Smith and Peter Koulizos – Register here
  • Facebook Live Chat (September 13) – Join here
  • Vote for us for the Reader’s Choice Award – Vote here
  • Episode 5 – Asset selection – Listen here
  • Episode 31 – Checklist to getting a great property manager – Listen here
  • Episode 53 – The Money SMARTS System – Listen here

 

Episode 071 | How To Outsmart A Real Estate Agent?

Before you go on, let’s make this very clear: We have full respect for real estate agents out there. This episode is not about highlighting the differences between us and them. Instead, what we are focusing today is the full role of a real estate agent. As insiders of the industry, we noticed that a lot of buyers out there do not seem to realise that the real estate agent is not working for them. Real estate agents work on behalf of the vendor and hence, at the end of the day, the role of the agent is to sell the vendor’s property to the highest bidder so buyers should not be expecting the real estate agent to be offering them any discounted price.

So today’s episode is about understanding the process the agents have to go through, the decisions they have to make and from there, suggest a few ways that buyers can implement to outsmart a real estate agent. Bryce and Ben will be sharing their tips on reading an agent’s body language, picking up the subtle messages, what does the property price guides actually mean and more! Tune in and let us know what you think! 🙂

 

Other resources mentioned in this episode:

  • Replay for our Facebook Live Q&A Chat – Watch here
  • Ben’s RBA Cash Rate June 2016 Announcement – Watch here

 

If you like this episode (How To Outsmart A Real Estate Agent?), 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://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

Episode 068 | Common complaints we hear from property investors

It has been some time since our last episode on investing and mindset framework so this time, Bryce and Ben will be unpacking the common complaints they hear from property investors. Here are the top 9!

  1. Wrong asset
  2. No buffer in place
  3. Mentoring was actually salesmanship
  4. Not maximising tax depreciation with Quantity Surveyor
  5. Solo sport
  6. Self property management (Check out Episode 31)
  7. Poor cash flow management (Check out Episode 3)
  8. Not starting early enough
  9. Selling

 

Apart from that, they will also be sharing some insider information on ‘offers’ they’ve received from property spruikers out there, Labor’s debate on negative gearing and the changes on foreign buyer stamp duty. Also, if you are interested in the BMT Tax Depreciation Application Form mentioned in this podcast, just fill in the form below and we’ll send it to you right away:

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PS: We’ll also be holding a Live Q&A Event on Wednesday, 29th of June at 8:30 pm. Check out our Facebook page for more information!

 

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