Welcome to the second series of Investing Insights with Right Property Group. Join Right Property Group directors Steve Waters and Victor Kumar as they explore and challenge the strategies, tactics and techniques to create wealth through property investing.
Every month, Steve and Victor join co-host Phillip Tarrant from Smart Property Investment to address the burning issues impacting investors, covering key topics such as manufacturing equity, property management, purchasing units versus houses, researching the market, finding under market value properties, the habits and attitudes of successful investors and portfolio building.
In this episode of Investing Insights with Right Property Group, Steve joins Phil Tarrant to discuss the current property market and how media hype surrounding the softening market is likely to impact investors.
They discuss the importance of data analysis, investigate how the changing market will alter the way that people are investing and unpack how you can make yourself more attractive to lenders in the current climate.
Steve and Phil also discuss the current distrust surrounding the finance sector and why they believe that a focus on regulation of the industry is so important to its future.
Tune in now for the full episode.
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Previous episodes of Investing Insights:
Why renovation may not help your valuation
The positives and negatives of diversification
Rent correction, fixed interest rates and buyer’s agents
One of the key mistakes people make
The secrets to good cash flow management
The science behind researching a new market
Keeping a finder on the pulse of your portfolio
How do we pay off the portfolio debt: what's the endgame?
Mastering the fine art of manufacturing equity
Do you have a plan? Advisers’ tips on future-proofing your investment portfolio