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Episode 251 | What’s NOT Going To Change in Property Investing?

We all love questioning what the future holds and speculating on what’s in store for us. And, of course, investing in property is no different. But the thing is… is it helpful to put all that emphasis on the things we can’t control?

See, today’s episode is all about looking through the lens of this quote by Amazon Founder and one of the richest men in the world, Jeff Bezos…

 

“I very frequently get the question, ‘What’s going to change in the next 10 years?’ And that is a very interesting question; it’s a very common one. I almost never get the question: ‘What’s not going to change in the next 10 years?’ And I submit to you that that second question is actually the more important of the two — because you can build a business strategy around the things that are stable in time.” Jeff Bezos, Amazon Founder

 

Folks, when we ask ourselves “What’s NOT Going to Change in Property Investing?” we are actually asking ourselves a higher quality question. And this higher quality question not only helps us to see things more clearly and make smart chess moves, but also, it empowers us to remain the ones in charge despite what future changes occur.

So… what’s always gonna be the same in property a decade from now? Or 20 years from now? Or 40? What are the things that’ll always influence property prices?

Well, tune in folks… and we’ll tell you exactly what’s NOT going to change in property investing!

 

Free Stuff Mentioned…

 

The Top Highlights…

  • Realistically, will property prices always grow?
  • What type of infrastructure coming into an area does NOT always mean gentrification?
  • Which human behaviour traits will always occur, no matter what?
  • What’s going to happen to Property Spruikers with their “get rich quick schemes”?
  • What specific things are NOT going to change in property investing???

 

 

 

 

Episode 250 | Roger Montgomery – Chat with Australia’s Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is probably the greatest investor in the world. And when we say “probably” we really mean…“is”.

Sure, Buffett is estimated to be worth $US83 billion (not incl. the billions he’s already given away to charity)…… and, yep, he sure did make the majority of his wealth after his 50th birthday.

The question is… HOW did he become a self-made billionaire????

…… Value-investing!

In other words: he invested in stocks that were priced for LESS than their true worth. And he held onto them for the long term. That’s it.

So as a very special treat for OUR 250th EPISODE… WE’VE GOT “AUSTRALIA’S WARREN BUFFET” in the house!

And that brings us to today’s guest….

Roger Montgomery, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Montgomery Investment Management, which is a Sydney based specialist boutique equity manager that manages $1.5 billion on behalf of private investors, their advisors and families. Through a simple, common and time-tested philosophy, Montgomery manages several VALUE-ORIENTED FUNDS focused on the various aspects of quality to generate superior return over the very long term.

Before we unpack all this completely, Roger’s 26-year background in financial markets includes Equity Analysis, Equity and Derivative Trading and Investment Banking. After founding, listing and selling a financial services business and listed investment company, Roger established his boutique investment management office.  In 2010, he published his first best-selling book, Value.able – How to Value the Best Stocks and Buy Them for Less Than They’re Worth.

… the clincher, folks?? … His book, of course, sets out his three simple steps for value-investing and online trading.

So. Shall we get on with it… and simply chat to Australia’s version of Warren Buffet????

… You betcha!!!

 

AND DON’T FORGET….. WE HAVE A 250TH EPISODE “BIRTHDAY” GIFT FOR YOU….

Yes, YOU CAN GET A COPY OF MAKE MONEY SIMPLE AGAIN FOR FREE!!!

Huge heads up: there’s a couple of cool surprises tucked behind it that we think we’ll blow your socks off 😉

 

Before we go ahead, here’s Wayne Schwass’s eulogy that Bryce mentioned in today’s show. Click here to watch it now.

 

THE TOP 10 HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Everything You Need To Know About Value Investing!
  2. When Roger was in his entry-level role, what did the Asia Pacific Partner of Pricewaterhouse say to him that he’ll never forget?
  3. What advice was given to lottery winners?
  4. How much of an influence has the real Warren Buffet had to Roger’s philosophy and success?
  5. What are the TWO Most Important Frameworks you need to know?
  6. Shares vs. Property — what does it come down to?
  7. How can you take advantage of “booms and busts” in the share market?
  8. Was “a fall in house prices of 40%” ever realistic?
  9. Does investing for the long term really matter?
  10. Where can you find value in the market now?

 

“Price and value are two different things. Value investing is about paying a lower price than the value received.”
Roger Montgomery

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 042 | Investment Strategy, New Developments and Professional Advice – Chat with Steve Waters

Our next guest on The Property Couch is Steve Waters from Right Property Group! Steve comes from a Buyers Agent background and his company is part of the Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) association.

With a combined experience of more than 30 years in the property industry, this trio will be chatting about:

  • What triggered Steve to start his investment journey and the biggest mistake he had ever made in his own portfolio
  • The philosophies and strategies in property investment – Capital growth vs cash flow
  • Their thoughts on new developments – the good, the bad and the ugly
  • What do they look for in asset selection
  • Where do they see the most pain in a market correction
  • Why do you need professional advice when investing in property and where to look for them

 

If you like this podcast: “Investment Strategy, New Developments and Professional Advice – Chat with Steve Waters”, 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/

Episode 028 | Is the Property Market Oversupplied & What’s Happening in the Lending Sector?

With dwelling approvals remaining close to record high levels and the latest housing credit data suggesting a slowing investment credit growth, will this lead to an oversupply in the Australian property market? On top of that, how is the lending sector affected by the recent changes put in place by Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)? All these factors are a cause for concern for most property investors especially when there is a lack of awareness in this industry.

So in this episode, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley will be discussing if our property market is oversupplied and which areas will be affected by this market movement. They will also be discussing the recent changes made by APRA, how will it impact property investors and what can investors do to ensure their property plan remains on track.

 

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If you like this podcast: “Is the Property Market Oversupplied & What’s Happening in the Lending Sector?”, 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/

Episode 020 | Science of Asset Selection – The Buyer’s Decision Quadrant

There is a high chance that when you are looking to buy an investment property, you would already have a few factors to consider. This time on The Property Couch Podcast, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley discuss about these factors and how it can be a framework or rather the Science of Asset Selection which they called: The Buyer’s Decision Quadrant.

Ep 20 - science of asset selection Buyers Decision Quadrant 2The whole concept is quite simple and most investors would have gone through this decision quadrant in one way or another. But the secret is understanding which part of the quadrant can be compromised and which part is absolutely non-negotiable. One thing to bear in mind is; finding an investment property that fits all the pieces of the quadrant is really slim and most of the time, you would need to compromise slightly. Listen to the podcast to find out more.

 

 

Also, The Property Couch is hoping to get nominated for the Investor’s Choice Award 2015 for the category: Property Educator/Mentor. We would like to spread the word out on the podcast so that we can help more people avoid making bad investment choices and avoid buying the wrong asset. So if you think we are doing a good job, please do nominate us here.

Our details for nomination:InvestorChoiceAwards

Name of the Organisation: The Property Couch
Name of the Person you deal with: Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley
Suburb: North Melbourne
State: VIC
Phone number: 03 9326 8900
Email address: info@thepropertycouch.com.au

 

 

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