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‘What’s the worst that can happen?’ The ups and downs of DIY property management

By Staff Reporter
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In this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, Julian Lancey shares his weirdest tenant stories and his biggest renovation regrets. 

You find a stripper’s pole in the middle of your property during an inspection, there are hand and foot prints on the ceiling and your tenant insists on paying in cash in the middle of the night…

Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Julian Lancey, a teacher, parent to a young baby, master's student and DIY fanatic who insists on self-managing his six-property portfolio.

How does Julian get away with not spending a cent on marketing his properties? Why does he think the banks need to change their small property finance policies? And what was the worst reno job he ever did?

All this and much more coming up on this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show.

Join your host @philliptarrant and Sterling Publishing’s head of wealth Russell Stephenson as they chat to Julian in this must-listen episode.

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Listen to other instalments of The Smart Property Investment Show:
Episode 73: Bad builders: how this investor bounced back
Episode 72: Policy changes to interest-only loans: what buyers need to know
Episode 71: How this 'stubborn' investor recognised a property lemon
Episode 70: How this investor complements each property and balances his portfolio
Episode 69: Are you a ‘lazy’ investor? Consider the benefits to working with a financial team
Episode 68: Special episode: audience discussion live from the Property Buyer Expo
Episode 67: Don’t get ‘caught up in the now’: an expert reveals his tips for success
Episode 66: Wealth distribution: how should you manage your money?
Episode 65: Real estate agents: what separates the good from the bad?
Episode 64: How this investor learned from a property blunder
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