Investing in communal properties
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Investing in communal properties

Investing in communal properties

by Todd Stevens | May 21, 2018

Ian Ugarte believes that the Australian housing structure is detrimental to both community and to family and says downsizing his home was one of the best choices he has made for his own happiness.

Ian Ugarte, Small is the new Big

In this episode of the Smart Property Investment show Ian of “Small is the new Big” sits down with host Phil Tarrant to share how he believes investors can support affordability in the property market by changing the way that they purchase or view it.

With a goal to create 1 million “self-contained homes” in the next ten years, Ian discusses this unique investment type, shares who the unique lifestyle appeals to and unpacks the stigma surrounding share houses.

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AREAS MENTIONED:

Hobart
Chipping Norton
Brisbane
Cromer
Blacktown

 

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