How this first-generation Aussie bagged a $2.5m portfolio by 32
Coming from a hard-working battler family, this investor saw the importance of making his money work harder for him, bef...
In this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show, host Phil Tarrant is joined by Tim Neary, editor of Real Estate Business, to discuss how real estate has changed in the current market, and the lessons for investors looking to capitalise on the market by catering to what is making those agents “tick”.
Tim explains the mistake that property investors are making when choosing an agent in the current market, how “prop-tech” is changing the real estate sector and why investors should be embracing technology as part of their investment journey.
They will also take a prospective look at how the market will likely change throughout 2019, and bust the myth that we are in a softening market.
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