Perth Property Insider Ep. 35 – Asset Selection: What, When and How Much? with Stuart Wemyss
I’ve been wanting to take you inside the importance and intricacies of successful asset selection. And what better expert to discuss this with than my financial planner Stuart Wemyss of Pro Solution Private Clients.
Perth Property Insider Ep. 34: Why Do Most Investors Get Stuck at 1-2 Properties?
Passive income is the ultimate reward of property investment. Although most investors get stuck at 1-2 properties and are not growing a big enough portfolio to replace their incomes and give themselves a comfortable retirement… So why is that?
Perth Property Insider Ep. 33: My Criteria for a Top Performing Property
Are you one of those property buyers that have blind-purchased without considering all the factors affecting the future sale and growth potential?… I sure hope not!
In this episode, I am happy to share my criteria developed from lots of trial and error, and some golden advice from other property investment experts that have come before me.
Perth Property Insider Ep. 32: Should Property Investment Be Exciting?
Whether it’s your first investment or not, it’s easy to get carried away with the thrill of investing in property!
You lose sight of the basics and possibly end up regretting a few things later that may not be easy to undo. I am no stranger to getting my thrills from investing and boy, did I have a lot to learn!
Perth Property Insider Ep. 31: Attention Tenants! How to Make Your Rental Application Stand Out with Jewayne Loong
When you’re dead set about securing a rental property, the first thing you need to know is that competition for a tenancy is massive. Property managers can receive multiple applications before they even show the property, so you’ll need to make sure that yours gets their undivided attention!
Perth Property Insider Ep. 29: Is Cash Flow King? With Tommy Segoro
Should you focus on cash flow or growth?
Most property investors fall into one of two camps. One camp invests in positive cash flow properties. And the other one prefers investing in the highest performing suburb for growth.