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Episode 107 (Part 2) | Contract Reviews, Off The Plan and SMSF Purchases and more – Chat with Nicole Faid, Principal of Accord Conveyancing

We hope you enjoyed the first part of this two-part special guest week episode! In the second instalment of this episode with Nicole Faid; Bryce, Ben and Nicole all go into more detail concerning conveyancing, whilst focusing on some of the following areas:

  • Off the plan contracts: What to expect and be aware of
  • Possibility of getting your deposit back if you decide to pull out of the deal
  • Anecdotes with regards to purchasers and a vendors’ deal
  • Why is it important to get contract reviews and is it too late if the contract has already been signed?
  • A purchaser’s rights when buying a property and what the condition of the property should be like after the deal has been made
  • What is considered as an acceptable amount of compensation if there are faults to be repaired on the property?
  • The difference between joint tenants and tenants in common
  • What is spousal transfer and how it works?

 

And of course, there is so much more they talk about and in a lot more detail. With a lot more laughs, jokes and information for you all; make sure you don’t miss the second part of episode 107 and don’t forget to stay tuned for Bryce’s Life Hack and Ben’s “Did you Know…” segment.

 

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Episode 039 | Post-Purchase Process for Investment Properties

As mentioned before, getting the right strategy and perfecting the art of asset selection is crucial to any property investors. But what happens once the contract is signed? This time on The Property Couch, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley talks about the post-purchase process when buying an investment property.

Bryce started off the podcast with an analogy. Imagine you on board a plane and it’s about to depart. When a plane takes off, from the moment it leaves the tarmac to the point it levels out at 30,000 feet, that’s when it uses most of its fuel. That’s the same with property investors. They use most of their mental fuel when they are going to buy the property but once the deal is done, most often forget that they still have the rest of the journey to complete.

 

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Video series: Auction Tips (Part 2)

 

In Episode 27 of this podcast, Bryce and Ben share some of their tips for buying at auction in Australia. This is the second part of the Auction Tips video series.

 

Bryce Holdaway - Quote of the Day - The Property CouchBryce Holdaway – Partner, Property Advisor & Buyers Agent

As co-host of The Property Couch, Bryce Holdaway is also a partner at Empower Wealth and Co-Host of Relocation Relocation Australia and Location Location Location Australia on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel. A qualified Buyers Agent and Financial Planner, Bryce holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), Real Estate Agent License and Diploma in Financial Services (Financial Planning).

 

Episode 022 | Q&A – Building & Pest Inspection, Rentvesting and Next Wage Growth Hotspot

Its Questions and Answers time! Thanks for all the suggestions on new topics to cover in this podcast. For today’s episode, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley will be addressing questions from:

  • Building and Pest Inspection question from Mark : How do I find a good quality building and pest inspector and with the property market being so hot with auctions at the moment, how do I ensure I don’t burn through my deposit money when constantly missing out at auctions?  I could end up wasting thousands on inspections until I actually win at auction! Should I try doing it myself and find a friend or family member with some building knowledge or use one of the smartphone apps?
  • Rentvesting question from Ryan : What are your thoughts on the property investor him or herself to buy and live in their own PPR or to rent? Obviously both have advantages, a place to call home or the ability to keep investing with out loosing potential borrowing capacity.
  • Next Wage Growth Hotspot from David : As mentioned on previous podcasts, investors will want to avoid “glass ceilings” in terms of capped wage growth in certain areas.  Given the changing Australian economy (more knowledge-based), are there particular areas of Australia in which you expect to see wage growth occurring?

 

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When to Conduct a Building and Pest Inspection?

 

In Episode 22 of this podcast, Bryce and Ben answers some of our listeners’ questions. One of the question is on Building and Pest Inspection; when do you conduct one and how do you make sure you don’t spend all your deposits on these inspections without actually securing the property. At the end of the day, we believe that it is mandatory to have a building and pest inspection done before you sign on the dotted lines because you don’t want to be buying the wrong asset. But the key thing here is to time it well. Bryce Holdaway explains more.

 

 

Bryce Holdaway - Quote of the Day - The Property CouchBryce Holdaway – Partner, Property Advisor & Buyers Agent

As co-host of The Property Couch, Bryce Holdaway is also a partner at Empower Wealth and Co-Host of Relocation Relocation Australia and Location Location Location Australia on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel. A qualified Buyers Agent and Financial Planner, Bryce holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), Real Estate Agent License and Diploma in Financial Services (Financial Planning).

 

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