Why more and more properties are now being sold ‘off-market’

By Todd Stevens 18 April 2019 | 1 minute read

Investor Brady Yoshia joins host Phil Tarrant in this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show to discuss why she is seeing a rise of “off-market” property, having bought investments for numerous clients in her role as a buyer’s agent in addition to her own extensive property portfolio.

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With the Sydney market in particular in a state of uncertainty at the moment, Brady reveals her top picks for the hotspots that are most likely to negotiate a good deal, which areas remain overpriced, and the credentials that she looks for in a property when buying for a client.

Discussing her own portfolio, Brady also shares which properties performed well for her, discusses Airbnb as an investment option, and gives her advice to those considering the short-term rental craze as an option for their first investment.


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Why more and more properties are now being sold ‘off-market’
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