Property investor talks research, teamwork and balance in his portfolio

By Tamikah Bretzke
John Pidgeon, investor

Changes to mortgage lending have made it difficult for many to secure funding for property, but in this bonus episode, John Pidgeon explains how thorough market research and a team of professionals have kept him on track to achieve success.

John, who runs his own advisory business, discusses his experience buying and selling in different markets, how aligning himself with a mentor helped steer his journey in the right direction, and how striking a healthy balance of cash flow and capital growth has enabled his portfolio security in the face of a downturn.

You'll hear all of this and much, much more in this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show!


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Suburbs mentioned in this episode:

Mount Druitt

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