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How fragmented investment is making property more accessible

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How fragmented investment is making property more accessible

by Phillip Tarrant 25 June 2020 1 minute read

For those that can’t afford investing in a full property or simply wish to diversify their portfolio, Bricklet creates the opportunity for independent part ownership of a property.

Darren Younger
June 25, 2020

In this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, host Phil Tarrant is joined by the CEO of Bricklet, Darren Younger, to share the origin story of the property technology platform and the types of investors to whom Bricklet appeals.

Darren explains the difference between fragmented and fractional property, how asset value is determined when it’s time to sell your Bricklet, and where the future of the platform is headed.

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About the author

Phillip Tarrant

Phillip Tarrant

Phillip Tarrant is executive editor – Real Estate at Momentum Media. He is also an investor with a large property portfolio.

He leads the content strategy and corporate growth for a range of market and business intelligence platforms at Momentum Media, including Smart Property Investment – the authoritative voice for Australia’s property investment community.

As head of the Smart Property Investment Podcast Network, he also steers the largest network of property podcasts in Australia, which collectively generates nearly 2 million downloads every year.

There are over 2.6 million investment properties in Australia, with over 2.1 million Australians (or around 8 per cent of all Australians) owning one or more investment properties. A vibrant and critical sector for... Read more

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