Are you curious about the current state of the property market and eager to gain valuable insights from an industry expert?

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, Steve Waters, Director of Right Property Group, shares the latest trends, opportunities, and risks in the property market to help you get the edge you need to succeed as an investor.

He also talks about where he is looking to buy and what his strategies are, why there’s always a crisis that affects the property market, what it takes to be a successful investor in the long run, the top regrets of most investors, why fluidity of credit is the biggest problem that we have, and so much more!

If you’re looking to buy, sell, or invest in property and want to better understand what’s happening in the market, then make sure to listen to this episode! 

Time Stamps:
00:00Intro
01:22Pioneers of Buyer’s Agent Space
05:17 Steve’s 3P’s (Personal, Professional and Property Journey)
09:58Quantity vs Quality for Properties
12:53Unprecedented Market Conditions
16:30Household Cash Flow Management
18:46Steve’s Advice and Strategy to His Clients
25:16Unique Identifiers
29:25Collaboration
31:01The Outlook on the Market
40:08Design Your Decade
45:01Final Messages
46:34Outro

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 to 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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