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Episode 271 | Property Outlook and Hotspots To Watch in 2020

Who wants to know what’s in store for the property market in 2020?

Think Hot Spots. Suburbs to watch. Capital city drive by. Property Predictions!!

Sure, we know all of this property outlook stuff is a bit “crystal-bally” folks… BUT we also have some cool data up our sleeves that’s backed in some serious research! So today we’re gonna give it a solid crack at letting you know what we think is going to happen this year!

And not only are we going to do a “fly around” of the entire country so we can paint a realistic picture for you, we’ve also pulled our Capital Growth King, Jeremy Sheppard, our from the lab to share the outperforming suburbs in each state and territory!!

For our folks who’ve been with us for a while, you’ll know who our mate Jeremy is… and for the folks that don’t — basically Jez is THE guy you want on your side if you want to find the best locations to buy in! He’s the Property Analyst, Research Director and Creator of DSR data, one of the many property research tools of Select Residential Property!

We’re not holding back on today’s episode either folks — you won’t JUST get the property hotspots, you’ll also get the insights into the specific properties we buy in each capital city. and why! Plus, of course, you’ll learn all of the states we’re currently buying in, the “up-and-comers” and the ones we avoid at all costs.

Let’s kick your year off with the CORRECT data-backed information!! (Also, you can get all of the numbers we refer to below. We don’t want your email or anything. You might just want it handy when we’re going through the numbers!)

 

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Key Learnings

  • Typical value versus median values
  • Current value vs. peak and trough in EVERY state & territory
  • How many outperforming suburbs are in each state?
  • The suburbs to watch in Sydney
  • The suburbs to watch in Melbourne
  • The suburbs to watch in Brisbane
  • The suburbs to watch in Adelaide
  • The suburbs to watch in Canberra
  • The suburbs to watch in Perth
  • The suburbs to watch in Hobart
  • The suburbs to watch in Darwin
  • The types of properties we buy in Sydney
  • The types of properties we buy in Melbourne
  • The types of properties we buy in Brisbane
  • The types of properties we buy in Adelaide
  • The types of properties we would buy in Canberra if we were an owner-occupier
  • The types of properties we would aim for in Hobart
  • WHEN we’re thinking of buying in Perth
  • Affordability and Apartments as Investment Properties?
  • The Capital King’s Property Hot Spots and Hot Tips for you!!

 

 

 

 

Bonusisode with Nerida – What’s the MOST IN-DEMAND suburbs for upsizers?

Our first Monthly Economic Outlook with Nerida Conisbee, Chief Economist of realestate.com.au and we’ll be talking about some serious updates folks! There have been some major events this couple of months so make sure to tune in.

Here are some of the topics we touched on today…

✔ Will rates be cut this week?
✔ Most in-demand suburbs for upsizers
✔ Updates on BREXIT and the US/China Trade War
✔ How will the coronavirus outbreak impact Australia’s Economy
✔ Why are listings hard to predict?
✔ Update on the property market across Australia Make sure to tune for more!

 

p.s. And of course, if you’d like more, subscribe to our podcast every Thursday at 3pm on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcast app!

 

 

 

Episode 247 | How to Invest in Property When You’re Busy Raising a Family, Holding Down a Career, Have No Time or are an Investor Already

No time? But still wanting to invest in property? Keen to find out what strategic step you should take next?

Attention! Busy folks and experienced investors…

…. yes, that’s you lot down there at the back who are raising a family, holding down a career, investing in property already AND/OR simply have a lot on the go….

… this is YOUR episode!

 

‘Cos today is PART 2 of our tips and tailored Q&A session for each investor demographic… and today we’re tackling…

  1. Busy folks
  2. Experienced investors

So, if you’re a curious to learn how to invest in property WITHOUT sacrificing your life, lifestyle or livelihood… or you wanna hear how to review your current portfolio, or what to do when you’ve ALREADY got one or two investment properties under your belt…. then you’ve come to the right place!!!

Today we’re answering the common questions folks in either/both of these demographics ask us, so that you’ll be educated, efficient AND effective at building out your property portfolio.

 

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So… THE QUESTIONS — 

For Busy Couple and Families:

  • Q1: How do we afford to invest in property when we’re busy raising a family and still keep money for holidays, schooling, being home and other important lifestyle needs?
  • Q2: How much does it really cost and how long will it take to build a stress-free property portfolio that we can live off?
  • Q3: Is passive income through property a possibility or a pipe dream? Will we really have enough to retire comfortably?
  • Q4: Who can we trust to set us on the right path?
  • Q5: What’s happening with property now? Where are we in the property cycle and what locations should we invest in?
  • Q6: What type of properties should we be looking at if we are in this particular demographic?
  • Q7: What’s the best loan structure and strategy for my situation before I’m in this particular demographic?
  • Q8: When should we buy the next one? After the kids are in high school?
  • Q9: How can we find the best way to get started at this stage of our life?

 

Experienced Property Investors:

  • Q1: Is your current portfolio correctly structured for optimal growth and will new property strategies actually work for you?
  • Q2: How many do I actually need?
  • Q3: How do I review my portfolio?
  • Q4: How can you grow your portfolio quickly without risking all you’ve worked so hard to achieve?
  • Q5: How can you invest in property when you’re nearing retirement and concerned about conserving your current nest egg.
  • Q6: What’s the truth about self-managed super funds? Should you have one? Us it set up for ultimate performance and is your current structure in danger of noncompliance?
  • Q7: How do I diversify my portfolio?

 

Today’s Links…

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Episode 246 | Real Estate 101: Everything from Buying Your First Home to Beginner Investor Tips

Attention! First-time investors, first home buyers and property investors needing a refresher!

This episode is your official “How To Guide” — including everything you need to know about buying property… AND investing in it! We answer your questions, we tell you exactly what you need to know to avoid the mistakes from the get go, what investment makes for a good investment AND how to get onto the property ladder quicker and without the hassle!

This is Episode #1 of TWO EPISODES that cover the types of property investor demographics out there… our beginner folks all the way to our astute listeners who already have a property portfolio to their name. And guess what? Today is ALL about our “first time-ers”… first time investors… first home buyers…. and those who wish they’d had access to this info when they FIRST started!

We’re also throwing in Free Report for EACH of the profile including a transcript, commonly asked questions, links mentioned in each of the section and Additional Bonuses to help you in your journey. So between these two episodes, make sure you pick up the Demographic Booklet that’s designed for you!!

 

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So… Today’s Questions are…

For First Home Buyers:

 

For First Time Investors:

 

Today’s Links…

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Episode 244 | Borrowing Power in 2019: Everything You Need To Know

APRA has recently made changes that affect a lender’s borrowing power — what does this mean for property investors and home owners… and their interest rate?

Well, folks… we’re deep diving on this today (and getting a little bit technical), because in July 2019, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) came out with their revisions to the “buffer” and “floor rates” of their Prudential Practice Guide APG 223.

And why are we telling you this? In a nutshell: this results in a change, potentially an increase, in a lender’s borrowing power… which means YOU can potentially borrow more money!!! (Not sure why this is a good thing? Listen to this episode on the basics of borrowing power first).

Now, if you’re wondering what on earth we mean by “buffer, “floor rates” and “potentially”… take it easy… we’ve totally got you covered here — we explain all this, incl. examples of a single person AND a couple, so you can get a “real life” angle on all this. Plus, Ben’s obviously in his element so he drops a lot of new gold and mortgage broking insights!

Oh, and did we mention that we’ve also sneaked in a little Finance Q&A as well?? Yep, true story. You can find the exact questions a little further down in these show notes 🙂

 

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Key Learning Points

  • Debrief: How do APRA’s changes affect borrowing power?
  • Why is Ben describing lending in 2020 with the world throttle?
  • What is the variance in borrowing power of Principle and Interest vs. Interest Only Home Loans now? What does that mean for an investor?
  • Quickstart History Guide on Lending
  • What has happened to the Floor Rate?
  • What is each of the “big four” bank’s NEW floor rate?
  • What is a Sensitivity Margin?
  • How did poor regulation contribute to the Global Financial Crisis?
  • What’s a gig economy?
  • How much is the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) now spending per year to rectify and enforce new changes following the Royal Commission?
  • Example: A Single Person’s Borrowing Power
  • Example: A Couple’s Borrowing Power

 

The Questions

Question from Bella

We just bought a house and are setting up our loan. Should we get our wages put directly into our offset account and then pull money into our everyday account for expenses and keep a minimum amount in there, say $2,000? My husband wants to do it the opposite way. And just pay our offset with leftovers after expenses. What should we do?! HELP! 

 

Question from Todd

Hi Ben and Bryce, Love your podcast! Have learnt so much since I found it 6 months ago. My question is loan structure related, with tighter lending these days is it an optimal strategy to split my PPOR Loan into 3 or more splits so I can pay them off quicker and then re-borrow once payed off to invest? Or is it better to build up a large sum in my offset account? Thanks in advance guys and go Eagles Stig!

 

Question from James

With the RBA’s drop in interest rates to 1%, I (like most people) are considering refinancing away from my current mortgage provider. We have been looking into a few options, but keep hitting a hurdle due to being on one wage and having 2 properties (our owner occupied and one investment) as I am currently on a non-permanent workers compensation payment through DVA, the banks will not recognise my wage as a salary.
So, my question is, with APRA’s change and loosening the reigns on lending, has this already came into effect? If not, when is this due to be implemented by the banks? Thank you

Question from Stuart

Hi Bryce and Ben, long time listener, first-time caller from NZ. Love listening to all your podcasts every week. Quick question regarding my PPR and mortgage offset. I have received a windfall, which I am wondering the best use of. I could put it all into my offset account against my mortgage and with my current offset savings this would 100% offset my mortgage and I continue to pay it down over the next 10 years. Or am I better off paying down a large portion off it immediately leaving the balance fully offset to pay off over just a few years. I guess it’s a matter of keeping the offset bucket full against the mortgage, or paying down the mortgage ASAP. I also have 1 investment property, which I’ll need to reorganise to start offsetting ASAP. Hope that makes sense, thanks.

 

And here’s the table that Ben promised on the show! 😉

 

 

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