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Episode 139 | Pete Wargent, Multimillionaire at Age 33: How did he do it?

It’s podcast day, yay! Today we have a special guest on indeed — Pete Wargent!

Aside from achieving financial freedom at AGE 33 (yep) through property investing primarily in London and Sydney, Pete is now one of Australia’s leading experts on market trends, co-founder of AllenWargent property buyers, a 4-time published author, a Buyers Agent and a blogger —http://petewargent.blogspot.com.au/

 

Originally from the UK and now living in Brisbane, Pete has a worldly insight into investing, finance, shares and is our first guest who achieved a passive income with an international property portfolio. So how many properties did it take Pete to retire?

Pete and the boys discuss:

  • How he retired as a multimillionaire in his early 30s (Pete works for fun now)
  • What he did after he said goodbye to his fulltime job as a Chartered Accountant
  • When and why he started investing
  • Why he has never sold a property (Does investing for the long term actually matter?)
  • Investing in London and the considerations involved
  • The problems with drawing comparisons with world cities (i.e. Melbourne Vs London)
  • Pete’s Property Investment Mistakes
  • The consequence of Brexit on property investors
  • His thoughts on franking credits
  • Does he recommend Australians buy in London?
  • The hard lessons of growing up in a recession
  • What is the equity target to achieve a passive income?
  • The important variables to identify a trend to find investment grade markets
  • Investing in Sydney vs investing in Brisbane (he has now invested in Brisbane)
  • The importance of taking action
  • What NOT to do if you’re investing in the stock market
  • His investment decision on off the plan/high density apartments

 

Pete’s own books and seminar mentioned:

 

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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

 

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