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Episode 098 | Unpacking Property Media Headlines – Chat with Jennifer Duke, Property Journalist and Review Editor of Domain

It’s the second week into the new year, and we’ve got yet another exciting and information-packed episode for you today. Joining Bryce and Ben on another online interview podcast is Property Journalist and Review Editor of Domain, Jennifer Duke (@JennieDuke). Today the duo and their special guest who “lives and breathes property” discuss Jen’s professional background and how she got into property journalism, the breadth of topics there are to discuss around property, as well as how being a property journalism shows you a more personal aspect of property investing. Further to this, they also discuss the following areas:

  • What motivated her to join journalism and to specialise in finance and property
  • How does she decipher all the media headlines and form an opinion on the property market
  • The controversy she faces in her career as a reporter
  • What is it like to write for Domain
  • Her most interesting and shocking story that she has reported on
  • How important it is to find credible and trustworthy sources for her articles when reporting to her readers
  • What the best and the most ostentatious properties she has ever seen are
  • The future of the newspaper in an ever-growing digital world

ps: Don’t forget to tag your friends for our  Episode 100 Giveaways! Only 2 more weeks to go!

If you like this podcast: “Unpacking Property Media Headlines – Chat with Jennifer Duke, Property Journalist and Review Editor of Domain”, 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 49 | Possibility of an out-of-cycle rate rise and media commentaries on the Property Market

The Governor and Reserve Bank has decided to keep interest on hold at 2% in the cash rate announcement this month. But will there be another out-of-cycle rate rise by the lenders? We’ve seen it last year where interest rates on residential loans were raised but what are the chances that it’ll happen again this year? Bryce and Ben talks about this in today’s episode. They will also be talking about the recent hype in media commentaries regarding the Australian Property Market.

Not to forget our promise for the Summer Series, these are the Q&As for today’s podcast:

  • Loan question from Ben on Facebook: Read a book that outlined the kitty loan system. I was wondering what Ben and Bryce’s opinion on using this system was and whether it truly works or not. The book indicated to let the amount accrue over a period of time, but I’m not sure what bank and what type of loan allows you to do this?
  • Expat investment question from Glenn: I am an Aussie expat living in Dubai and looking to invest back home. I have been told to look at property investments that provide a loss for tax purposes so I can benefit when I return. Any information on how I can invest or what would benefit me from overseas would be interesting to hear about. Is the tax benefits the most important issue for me or should I just be looking for growth that will then outweigh any taxes I have to pay. I hope that makes sense. I have enjoyed your podcasts thus far and have now purchased your book.

RBA has kept the interest rates on hold this month but what are the chances for an out-of-cycle rate rise from the lenders?

 

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