X

Episode 108 | Five Ways To Improve Affordability

Back in Episode 102, Bryce and Ben discussed if we are facing an affordability issue and when Jan Somers appeared on our show last month, she mentioned that her aunt was also concerned about housing affordability back in the 1950s. Now, with the Federal Budget just a couple of months away, this topic appears yet again, and it seems to be the favourite amongst our politicians.

This time, the debate is about improving affordability for first home buyers. Now, don’t get us wrong. The Property Couch believes in the Great Australian Dream and owning your home. But as mentioned before, your first home will not be luxurious nor will it tick all the criteria of your dream home. This is about setting the right expectation because you would get to your dream home, and you would be able to get that quarter acre house eventually. But it will not happen overnight. You need to work for it, and you need to be smart with your decisions especially when it comes to money and planning for the future. Your first home, may not be your dream home but this does not mean that your second or third home wouldn’t be.

That is why education around property and awareness on the risk of investing in property is so important. This is one of the suggestions that Bryce and Ben chat about to improve affordability in the Australian Property Market. Tune in to find out the rest.

And the other stuff mentioned in this episode are:

  • Has the Way We Look at Financial Stability Changed Since the Global Financial Crisis? – Speech by Michelle Bullock, Assistant Governor (Financial System) of RBA: Listen/Read Here
  • Core Logic’s Pain and Gain Quarterly Report : Download Here
  • Fact Sheet on Guarantor Loan : Download Here
  • Bryce’s video on the four players in the industry is part of the Property Formula video series. If you are interested to watch this, you can Register Here

 

And as always, if you like this episode (Five Ways To Improve Affordability), don’t forget to rate us on our iTunes channel and our Facebook page. Any questions or ideas? Feel free to drop us your thoughts here: http://tpcaustralia.wpengine.com/topics/

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.

 

If you like this podcast: “Contract Reviews, Off The Plan and SMSF Purchases and more – Chat with Nicole Faid, Principal of Accord Conveyancing”, 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 107 (Part 1) | What Is Conveyancing and How Does It Help With The Settlement Process? – Chat with Nicole Faid, Principal of Accord Conveyancing

Due to there being an excess of absolute gold in yet another special guest week episode, we’ve had to split this week’s episode into two! Today joining Bryce and Ben for this hour long episode is Nicole Faid, principal and founder of Accord Conveyancing.  With over 25 years of industry experience, and managing around 15,000 conveyancing transactions during her career so far, the insights and opinion she provides are not to be missed out on.

In this part, Bryce, Ben and Nicole discuss some of the following areas:

  • Her story and how she got into Conveyancing
  • What Conveyancing actually means and what the process is
  • How is the settlement process like and what are the paperwork and due diligence involved
  • What are the common road blocks a conveyancer or solicitor faced at settlement
  • Will there be a unified conveyancing legislation across Australia
  • Questions a client should be asking a Conveyancer
  • Different clauses that property buyers should put into their contracts
  • Some tips to ensure a smooth settlement

 

And so much more! To learn more, make sure to tune in, and remember to listen to the next part as well!

 

If you like this podcast: “What Is Conveyancing and How Does It Help With The Settlement Process? – Chat with Nicole Faid, Principal of Accord Conveyancing”, 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 106 | What Is Fractional Property Investment and How Does It Work? – Chat with Anthony Millet, CEO of BRICKX

A few of our listeners have asked us about Fractional Property Investment; what is it and how does it actually works. It is a relatively new investing concept and often, people are confused if it’s investing in shares or property especially when it comes to ownership of the property. So we’ve invited Anthony Millet, CEO of BRICKX, to come on the show and share his expertise! Appointed as the CEO back in April 2016, Anthony comes from an investment banking background, had been the Chief Operating Officer of a leading global online sports retailer and is active investor himself. So for today’s podcast, the three of them will be chatting about:

  • What motivated Anthony into this industry and his investing story
  • What does fractional property investment means and how did it start in Australia
  • Who owns the property in the portfolio and what rights do the investors have
  • How does it work and how much returns would you get
  • What type of assets are included in the portfolio and the asset selection criteria that’s in place
  • The regulatory requirements surrounding this investment product
  • Are gearing or leverage a consideration in fractional property investment
  • Is it possible to trade the ownership of the product and what are the technological platform available for investors to trade in
  • The future of Fintech and property investing in Australia

 

ps: For the roles mentioned in the episode, please check out our Jobs page

 

If you like this podcast: “What Is Fractional Property Investment and How Does It Works? – Chat with Anthony Millet, CEO of BRICKX”, 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 58 | Will apartments value drop by 50%?

In recent weeks, a few lenders have begin to tighten their terms and conditions on apartments in certain suburbs across Australia. Needless to say, some commentators are putting a blanket statement on the future of apartments and claims that they are looking rather bleak at the moment. However, how much impact will these changes have on apartments value and if so, will it affect all types of apartments?

Listeners that have followed this podcast since its inception would know about Bryce and Ben’s view on apartments. Whether it is a brand new one bedroom apartment in the city centre or an attractive off the plan deal, our hosts still prefer established apartments in great locations. As property investment advisor and buyer’s agents, they have advised hundreds of clients to invest in apartments so, are they worried about this lending restriction? Are they expecting a massive drop in apartments value and where are they seeing this happening? Listen to this podcast to find out more.

 

The article mentioned in this post:

  • Apartment lender AMP blacklists more than 140 suburbs – Read more

 

If you like this podcast: “Will apartments value drop by 50%?”, don’t forget to rate us at 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/

Instagram

×
the-property-couch-ebook-money-smarts

MONEY SMARTS SYSTEM

Plus We Will Also Notify You
When We Release New Episodes

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

We Only Send You Awesome Stuff

×