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Episode 105 | Insights from the Money Queen – Chat with Effie Zahos, Editor of Money Magazine

Our second Live Podcast Recording at the Melbourne Property Buyer Expo last weekend was with Effie Zahos! With more than 20 years in the finance and journalism industry, Effie started as a graduate trainee for Westpac and then moved on to being the head researcher for Channel Nine’s successful Money program in 1997. She has been the editor of Money Magazine since 1999 as well as the magazine’s banking specialist, a regular finance commentator on TV and radio, and the author of The Great $20 Adventure and Getting Rich, Staying Rich!

 

 

So for today’s episode, the three of them will be talking about:

  • How did she start in the finance and journalism industry
  • Being the editor of Money Magazine, working with top economists and industry experts and investors’ success and horror stories she’s come across over the years
  • Having a mentor and how it helps in her career
  • The Top 4 Money Magazine Cover Story and the changes in readers’ interest when it comes to building wealth
  • Building wealth through superannuation and why you should take an interest in it at an earlier age
  • Salary sacrificing and if it’s a good idea
  • The housing affordability debate and what others ways to get onto the property ladder sooner
  • Continuous source of information and education for property investors

 

Here are the resources mentioned in today’s podcast:

  • Money Magazine Cover Story | Earn $2500 a Week at Retirement – Read here
  • Money Magazine Cover Story | Rent and Invest – Read here
  • ABS Website for Population Clock – Find out more

 

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Episode 103 (Part 2) | Chat with Jan Somers, Housewife And Property Multimillionaire

As promised, here is the second part of the highly anticipated Episode featuring the incredibly humble housewife, author of 4 best selling property books, sophisticated property investor and a property educator extraordinaire, Jan Somers.

In this part, Bryce, Ben and Jan discuss the following areas:

  • The mistakes she made along the way – holiday homes, overcapitalising and more
  • Types of properties she likes to invest in
  • Her thoughts on borderless investing and if it is for everyone
  • Australia’s housing affordability issue and are we in one?
  • Ideas on renovating and adding value to your investment property
  • Most common questions she gets asked when it comes to property investment
  • Will property forever be a sound investment class
  • How she utilises the money she earns for good causes

We hope you would enjoy listening to her as much as we do. As mentioned in the first part, Jan is definitely a property educator that is worth listening to as her years of expertise and knowledge in property investing is absolute gold!

Here’s the link to her books and the PIA Investor software: Click here.

 

And as always, if you like this episode (Chat with Jan Somers, Housewife And Property Multimillionaire – Part 2), 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 103 (Part 1) | Chat with Jan Somers, Housewife And Property Multimillionaire

We are extremely excited here on The Property Couch this week to announce the long-awaited meeting with our special guest today, JAN SOMERS (as we’re sure you would agree)! With a successful property portfolio spanning over 40 years with countless properties within the country, Jan is an inspirational, property-investing mogul who we all could learn a lot from. As we gained so much gold from the hour-long chat, we’ve had to split the episode into two! In this first part, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley discuss the following areas with Jan:

  • What got her into property investing back in 1972 and how did she build her portfolio since then
  • Her mentor in life and her outlook in education and continuous learning
  • Her point of view and experience on negative gearing
  • How did she structure her loans and what kind of loan strategy does she have for her portfolio
  • Tips on improving your borrowing power
  • What motivated her to write her books, Building Wealth
  • Having the right mindset as an investor

And so much more! As Jan is someone who has a continuous passion and drive for property investing, this is definitely a 2-part episode you will not want to miss. Her journey through property investing is definitely a story worth listening to and reading up on so make sure you tune in.

Here’s the link to her books and the PIA Investor software: Click here.

 

And as always, if you like this episode (Chat with Jan Somers, Housewife And Property Multimillionaire – Part 1), 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 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!

 

Free Resources mentioned in this episode:

 

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