Is it possible to minimise the risks associated with buying off the plan and make it a profitable investment? 

Welcome to the Australian Property Investment Podcast. In each episode, we ask a guest expert to share their key insights for aspiring investors to make confident property choices.

In this week’s episode, Mitchell Meier, Sales and Operations Manager at Boston Projects, debunks some common myths people have when buying off-the-plan properties.

He also shares his insights about how to pick qualified and experienced developers, how off-the-plans were being sold, how to sort the good potential projects from the bad, smart questions you should ask before engaging in a project, and more. 

If you want to learn how to undertake due diligence for an off-the-plan purchase so that you can feel confident in your investment, then make sure to listen to this episode!

Time Stamps:
01:38Mitchell’s 3Ps (Personal, Professional and Property Journey)
04:01Why Off-the-Plan Properties Got Bad Reputations
06:39Valuations Of Off-the-Plan Properties
07:57Navigating the Financing Side of Things
09:54Mitchell’s Insights on How Off-the-Plans Were Sold
12:02Sorting the Good, the Great and Ugly Product
13:41Building Commissioner in New South Wales
17:37Smart Questions Potential Buyer Should Ask
19:31Community-Focused Property Projects
23:26How to Pick Great Developers
25:02Final Messages

About Our Host:

Aaron-Christie David is the founder of Atelier Wealth and a Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) approved Mortgage Broker. Aaron’s focus is clear – supporting property investors make confident decisions to build their property portfolio. He has been recognised in the MPA Top 100 Broker rankings for the last three years. 

With over 10 years in financial services experience, with a career spanning Wizard Home Loans and Commonwealth Bank, Aaron’s decision to become a broker was to help more Australians fearlessly buy investment properties to achieve intergenerational wealth.

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