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Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci invites MSquared Capital's Managing Director, Paul Miron, to discuss inflation and other economic drivers that will impact the Australian property market.    Both Domenic and Paul share their outlook on the future of the Australian property market as the government prepares to open up international borders and adopts new initiatives to strengthen the economy.    Learn about the challenges and opportunities that Australia faces in the future regarding inflation, rising property prices, and labor shortages, and the impact on the Australian market. Get in touch with the podcast guests:   Domenic Nesci  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nescidomenic  Paul Miron Linkedin - https://bit.ly/3pbalLg MSquared Capital - https://msqcapital.com.au/  If you enjoy listening to the Wealthi podcast, rate or leave us a review on iTunes - https://apple.co/3wgNIIg  Get in touch with the Wealthi team - https://www.wealthi.com.au/book-online.    Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.    Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au    To learn more about the investment opportunities in the UK property market.   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au/ukWealthi UK podcast - anchor.fm/wealthi-uk   For media inquiries - hello@wealthi.com.au   #Wealthi #MSquaredCapital #realestate #investments #podcast #inflation #Australianpropertymarket

Dec 1

24 min 18 sec

Wealthi's UK Investment Specialist, Christopher Hynes, speaks with REalyse founder Gavriel Merkado to share the latest data-driven insights and trends in the UK property market.   With REalyse's latest data and analytics, Chris and Gavriel share insights into the trends that came out of the UK property market in the last 24 months. As well as discuss the market opportunities, emerging investment markets, and what trends are expected to continue into the new year.    Watch the episode to learn more about Gavriel's UK property market outlook and what trends will arise based on REalyse's latest data and analytic findings. Reach out to today's podcast guests:   Christopher Hynes - chris@wealthi.com.au.  Chris's substack - https://uk.wealthi.com/  Gavriel Merkado - https://bit.ly/3lgvBOzREalyse - https://www.realyse.com/  To learn more about the investment opportunities in the UK property market.   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au/uk Wealthi UK podcast - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-uk  Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.    Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #WealthiUK #realestate #REalyse #investments #propertyinvesting #Wealthi

Nov 30

25 min 24 sec

Wealthi's Domenic Nesci & Christopher Hynes shares the latest updates on where to invest in the UK property market, investment opportunities, and the drivers of each of the emerging markets.    Chris shares his knowledge of the UK property market, the price expectations and yield returns across the different markets, and where the opportunities lie for investors to invest in property heading into 2022.    Both Dom & Chris also discuss the investment opportunity for international investors to buy in the UK property market and capitalise on the prospering property market.    Listen to the full conversation to learn the key areas to invest in the UK property market and the latest insights into infrastructure developments and trends driving the market. Episode transcription highlights Domenic Nesci: (02:18) But before we jump into those markets, can I ask you, how is the UK performing? What have you seen in London, UK, generally? Chris Hynes: (02:25) Certainly. So as we all know, London is a strong market. It's almost its own country in a sense when you look at the UK and it's always going to perform extremely well. I think they're now saying that you are almost ensuring that your property's going to double in value in about 8.7 years is what they're saying now, so it's a strong market and you're going to see some sustained growth in that London market no doubt. And we're starting to see that ripple effect out from London.People, I guess COVID has definitely sped up the situation, but people now want that space, they don't want to be crammed up in their little two-bedroom flat or three-bedroom flat, whatever it may be, in London with no outdoor space or having a balcony, not being able to go for walks in the countryside.So I think COVID has accelerated the way in which people in London have taken their perspective on living, and now they're looking for more space. So we're seeing that rippling effect out London and it's really helping places down south.You can say, in the likes of Surrey, for example, property prices have started to over the last 12 months have really accelerated quite astronomically, and then the same goes for Kent. People looking for those commuter belt locations where they can get into London quite excessively.And then when we look to the north of London, so this starts to include Birmingham, and we've spoken about Birmingham a lot in the past and it's a very, very strong market. Now it's now deemed the UK's second-largest economy and it's a powerhouse in itself, so we're seeing some very strong price growth in Birmingham now.And I think there's a number of contributing factors that tie into that, but a big thing is infrastructure projects that are going into Birmingham. And as we've seen, we've got the HS2, the high-speed rail line that's connecting London to Birmingham in about 45 to 50 minutes, give or take.So that's really going to help its position as a commuter city outside of London, where you can get into an affordable brand new two or three-bedroom apartment, for example, and you're looking at around that 250K to 300K mark, and you compare that to London and you look at a two-bedroom in London, and I think you're looking at close to that 600,000, 700,000-pound mark.

Nov 23

23 min 50 sec

Wealthi co-founder Domenic Nesci speaks with Michael Carbone to discuss how Coposit is revolutionising property buying and helping home buyers and investors buy a property in Australia with a $10,000 deposit.      Domenic & Chris addresses the concerns that many Australians have of taking longer to save for a deposit to buy a property in Australia and  Coposit's mission to solve this issue.    Michael explains how Coposit is making it easier for Australians to break into the property market by helping Coposit app users secure a property with a $10,000 deposit and pay the remaining deposit on an ongoing basis.   Watch the video below to learn more about the simple way Coposit plans to transform the property buying sector in Australia This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.  Domenic Nesci: (05:24) It takes time for these properties to be developed, and what you are doing is allowing purchasers to enter the market sooner rather than later. And in many instances, you're pre-negotiating with developers that can take a $10,000 deposit and allow the person that's paid that deposit to pay the remainder of that deposit, 10%, 20%, over the duration of construction. So, for those aggressive purchasers out there, they don't have a full deposit, go to Coposit, see what the options are available to you, but I think that's essentially yet a nutshell. Michael Carbone: (07:15) We know that it's taking Aussies longer to save for that deposit. I've read articles and I've seen press that says, that indicates, five years, six years, nine years. I saw an article the other day that said 15 years. And you know, this is just crazy to think that people are taking this- needing this long to save for a deposit. And effectively what it's doing is shattering the dreams of a generation.But we're here to tell them that that dream is still a reality. And we're talking about time, the reason why it's so important to emphasize that this is for newly build properties, or this is for properties under construction, is we're utilizing that time that it takes to build the property. Normally what happens, Dom, as you know, and as many of the listeners would know, if I walk into a sales suite to look at purchasing an apartment, that's going to be complete in two years time, I'm asked to put down a 10% deposit to secure a property. That 10%, whatever it is, whether it's $50,000 on a half a million-dollar property, maybe a $100,000 on a million-dollar property, these days in Sydney, that's sitting in a trust fund for the duration of that construction time, which is two years in this case. Domenic Nesci: (11:44) Many of the economists are coming out and saying 5%, 6, 7, 8% price growth. But there are some early signs that maybe there may not be any price growth, and there's going to be a price dip or drop in certain markets. What do you think about that? Do you see the market dropping next year? #Wealthi #podcast #Coposit #propertybuying #realestate #investments

Nov 16

27 min 50 sec

The Wealthi team summarises the trends and surprises that came out of the Australian property market in 2021 and discusses the best places to invest in property in 2022.    As markets adjust back from the COVID environment, borders open and new market trends arise, what can investors expect to see next year? The team highlights the biggest learnings and what they expect to see in the property market coming into the new year.    Find out which markets are anticipated to outperform and where the prime investment opportunities lie to buy property in Australia. Episode transcription highlights Sam Assaad: (09:59) Because like I just said, I feel like anything that goes up that hard, I feel like we'll need to cool off, to be a little bit realistic. Whilst we are getting back to this normal, post-COVID phase, pre-COVID normal was still Melbourne and Sydney, and reality is pre-COVID, Brisbane was still tracking at three, 4% a year. Pre COVID Melbourne and Sydney were sitting seven, eight. I feel like everybody just needs to know that whilst we are entering a new phase of post-COVID life, I feel like Melbourne, Sydney is still the two reigning Queens of Australia when it comes to a primarily residential good investment. Louis Heaton: (16:35) We seek affordability, livability, and employment. Affordable living, a livable lifestyle and a really good opportunity to be employed. That's what Western Sydney is, it's what Western Melbourne is, it's what pockets of the inner north of Melbourne. It's a livable lifestyle, but at the same time has a great ability to be employed. Following what you said, Dom, Mr. Perrottet, as whatever your political beliefs may be, is he opening up the borders to see our country experience some serious growth. Well then inevitably the places that are going to see that growth are going to see housing growth too. Domenic Nesci: (17:47) We've harped on. It sounds like the key winners for us are Sydney and Melbourne markets. We do love land content, but where affordability comes into play. Certainly, we want to be looking at some apartments and townhouses. I think in the new year, we are going to see a credit crunch in a way, but we want to see some early signs of debt to income ratios, getting shorter or smaller, meaning it's going to be harder for people to go and buy additional properties. Interest rates will start to creep up again. Affordability is going to become a problem. I do think that we're going to see a massive shift in the demand. Some of it's going to come out, but there's going to be a shift in demand. People will move away from a million dollars or 2 million and spend seven, $800,000. That affordability belt, the affordability play that we're all looking at is going to see a massive surge in price. #Wealthi #podcast #Australianpropertymarket #realestate #investments

Nov 16

23 min 17 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder, Domenic Nesci, speaks with Pallas Capital's Executive Director, Craig Bannister, to discuss the rise of the non bank lending sector across the Australian property market.    Established in 2016, Pallas Capital is one of Australia's leading non bank lenders, overwriting $1bn in transactions across the real estate market.  Craig notes that there has seen a rising shift in investors seeking new avenues to maximise their return on investments beyond traditional asset classes and bank lending.    Domenic & Craig discuss the gap that the non bank lending sector fills in the market between banks and the real estate market. In addition to allowing investors to access sophisticated investment opportunities through Australian commercial real estate.    Craig also shares his investment tips and the lessons he learned from over 20 years working in the investment industry. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Episode transcript highlights Domenic Nesci: (11:55) There's going to be some changes to lending policy. Some people say next year, there may be a 5/6% growth, maybe a 10% price decline. Where do you sit on that fence? How do you see the next 12 to 24 months? Craig Bannister: (12:09) Yeah. Well, I think prudently, you've got to expect that that's going to happen. I think we've had this run, and it's not just Australia. It's looking wild further afield into markets like the U.S., which are clearly leading in some inflation indicators now. Everyone's sort of second-guessing, "Are these permanent?" We all feel it. We all know prices are going up. We all know inflation is here. I suppose the pendulum on the other side is that the government's got so much debt that they've tried to keep interest rates so low until growth really does kick in. It's a balancing act for them to say, "We need to keep rates low. We need to really stimulate the economy after COVID." Do we get that growth happening? Inflation will come and then they'll act, and then rates will rise.Now, traditionally, when that happens, property markets will come off a bit. How much they come off will be anyone's guess really. We've had economists thinking that we're going to have 20 or 30% price declines coming into COVID. That didn't happen. Same sort of thing. Our timeframe on a loan is 12 to 18 months normally. That's a fairly average timeframe. In that timeframe, what sort of property price falls can you get? At a nasty price fall, I'd expect 15% over a year could be quite sudden. I still see that as being a good buffer for us at the back end if we had to sell a property or something to get out of this loan.  Domenic Nesci: (15:07) Is that a lesson then for us, Craig? I mean, the people that are out here invested in property in real estate and trying to build a portfolio, something I'm hearing from you is really don't lever yourself too high. No matter what the asset is, you want to have that cash buffer or asset base where even if you do see a sharp decline, you can weather the hit and afford

Nov 10

30 min 3 sec

Wealthi's UK investment Specialist Christopher Hynes invites Charlie Panayi from API Global back to the podcast to discuss the latest updates into the UK property market.   They discuss the performing cities, the factors driving each market's demand and share insights to help investors gain a broader perspective on the investment opportunities across the UK markets. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Get in touch with today's podcast guest.     Christopher Hynes    Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hyneschris    Wealthi expats - https://expat.wealthi.com Charlie Panayi  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-panayi-2579642b/  API Global - https://www.apiglobal.co.uk/   To learn more about the investment opportunities in the UK property market     Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au/uk  Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com    Audio - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-expat   Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.      Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au    Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy    Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au    Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com      For media inquiries - hello@wealthi.com.au     #Wealthi #podcast #realestate #APIGlobal #WealthiUK #investments #UKpropertymarket

Nov 10

31 min 34 sec

Wealthi's Co-founders Domenic Nesci & Peter Esho discuss a range of themes in regards to inflation rising in Australia.  Dom & Pete shares an overview of the global factors causing prices to soar, fears of hyperinflation, and the future trends happening in the market that will directly impact the Australian markets.   Watch the full episode to learn whether Australia will sustain its growth or head into a high inflationary environment. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Get in touch with today's podcast guest.   Episode transcript highlights Peter Esho: (03:08) No, I don't think so. Stagflation gets thrown around a lot, but basically what's happening is we've got inflation now, but we've also got growth. It's inflation with growth and there's a lot of pent-up demand after the lockdowns. And Australia's just a great place, a great, great economy to be investing in, to be working in, to be building a business in. And stagflation is when the price of things goes up, but you don't have growth and you don't have a solid economy. It's just prices going up. We don't have that at the moment. And I think what we'll see next year Dom is a lot of the inflation charts come out of the market a little bit. I think inflation will moderate. We do have really low rates. Really, really ultra-low rates and so you have to expect inflation, but next year will be more of a year of adjustment and the year after. Domenic Nesci: (04:15) And it's interesting because people are talking about inflation and there are a number of key things that are causing it. It's obviously low rates, the halts, it's been very difficult for things to get in and out of countries as well, so logistically it's been tougher for things to move around. That's gotten more expensive for building materials, for supplies of electronics, cars, everything, it's gone up. Now we're going to see wage growth is what a lot of people are talking about because 2 to 300,000 migrants haven't been coming to the country over the past two years, there is an undersupply of workers out there. And there is a lot of activity and a lot of business opening up. Hairdressers are getting pay rises, people in the building industry are getting pay raises. We're seeing pay go up. And yeah, I think that you're right. We're going to see a little bit of inflation for the short to medium term and we're going to feel it. But have you got any concerns about hyperinflation? Peter Esho: (05:22) No, not at all. And I'll tell you why, because see, we went through this big disruption to the global economy. COVID just really put everybody on their bum. All around the world, so it wasn't like we had an Asia problem, like SARS, for example, it wasn't like we had an Ebola problem, which was Africa and a little bit in the West. Everywhere nobody was immune from it. And so when that happens across the whole world, you get a disruption to everything, including supply chains.

Nov 2

26 min 36 sec

Wealthi's UK Investment Specialist Christopher Hynes chats with Liam Rogan from Get Ground to share insights into the shift towards buying property as a limited company.   Both Chris & Liam discuss how property buyers can strategically structure their investments to maximise capital gains and get the most out of their investments in a cost-efficient and legitimate approach.    Recently, there has been a sharp rise in the UK market towards buying property through limited companies. Liam notes that having a property under a limited company account has huge tax-efficient benefits and protection than buying as a private landlord.    For this reason, companies like Get Ground who help property buyers purchase buy to let properties as a limited company, have seen a drastic demand for their services. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Get in touch with today's podcast guest.    Christopher Hynes   Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hyneschris   Wealthi expats - https://expat.wealthi.com    Liam Rogan  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/liam-rogan-bb8931105/ Get Ground - https://www.getground.co.uk/  Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.    Audio - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-expat   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com    For media inquiries - jenny@wealthi.com.au   #Wealthi #podcast #realestate #TacticProperty #Wealthiexpats

Nov 1

42 min 52 sec

Wealthi's co-founder Domenic Nesci speaks with Maqro Capital's founder, Conrad Song, to share his investment philosophy and the tips to build and manage an investment portfolio.    Dom and Conrad discuss a range of topics throughout this conversation, including the fundamental principles Maqro Capital follows to invest, risk management, and how to set up your investment portfolio against volatility in the market.    Conrad also notes the key to building wealth and investing well, comes down to having a clear strategic plan. The road towards wealth requires hard work, sacrifices,  and the eagerness to learn from those who are much smarter than you. Domenic Nesci: (14:00) I want to talk to you about what you're seeing in the market, because I mean it is a funny time. It is a funny time in the market and what kind of things are you seeing that are relevant for the average investor, or relevant to even you and how should we be responding to this current economic environment? Conrad Song: (14:24) Yeah. I guess there's a lot of variables to it, but firstly obviously we're coming out of COVID. Or, at least domestically, here locally we are. And then all of the normalization effects that will happen from that I think need to be very carefully implemented or strategized when taking up allocations into the market. For example, there are companies that did really well during COVID and as we come out of lockdown, they will continue to do well, because it's almost like this shift in trend or this shift in behavior that's happened. Whereas there are other businesses or industries that historically might have done well during lockdown and COVID, but they will revert and normalize. And I think investors need to understand what parts of their portfolio are falling into those other buckets, right? Outside of that, we're at extremely elevated levels. Conrad Song: (21:44) Diversification is numbers. You're not diversified just because you have a stock in this industry compared to let's say that industry. You're diversified because the correlation between those two allows for that diversification or that reduction of volatility. Domenic Nesci: (23:26) If I listen to you carefully, the thing that sounds ... The throughline in all of that is don't get caught up in any one economic indicator or policy decision. Like, certainly pay attention and respond, but you need to really be paying attention to the fundamentals of that specific investment. Whether it's a company or a property, there are specific things that impact that business or impact that property that's going to make it a good investment. #Wealthi #MaqroCapital #investments #data #research #stockmarket

Oct 26

41 min 53 sec

Wealthi's Investment Specialist Christopher Hynes speaks with Tactic Property's Managing Partner, Mel Pikos, to share the top reasons to invest in the Brisbane property market.    Chris and Mel discuss Brisbane's current infrastructure boom and the driving forces pushing demand onto the Brisbane property market and property prices to unforeseen heights.    Mel notes that the combination of developments such as the Queen's Wharf Casino, the Brisbane airport upgrade, and the 2032 Olympics are some of the few reasons why Brisbane will be an economic powerhouse and the ultimate tourist destination point in Australia.   Listen to the full conversation to understand what makes Brisbane the next innovative business logistics hub and why investors and leading industry developers are racing to enter the Brisbane property market.

Oct 25

48 min 10 sec

Wealthi's co-founder Domenic Nesci speaks with Avari Capital's chief investment officer, Alan Liao, to share insights into the Australian property investment sector.     Avari Capital Partners is a Sydney-based real estate fund management and private equity lending firm that oversees over $1bn in assets under management.   Alan shares insights into Avari Capital's investment principles, strategies, and outlook for finding key investment opportunities in the market.    Both Domenic and Alan also discuss what makes the Australian property market an attractive investment for investors and why property investments are among the best assets to build wealth. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Episode transcript highlights Domenic Nesci: (14:00) That's interesting. So there's two... You're paying attention to the office market, commercial, and then you're also paying attention to industrial. And the things that stood out to me is that the asset value, the prices are going up, but effectively the underlying asset really hasn't changed. Rental growth isn't there. Do you feel like we are going into a bit of a bubble or a boom, and do you anticipate there will be some kind of fall or crash in asset prices in the future? Alan Liao: (14:29) We don't know. These bubble type of thing... It's a bit hard to call it, what is a bubble, what is not a bubble. But these types of things can last for years. This means that we just going to be a little bit more careful than buying something at 3% and hoping this trend will continue. And I don't think this trend will just keep continuing.So if people are happy with just keep collecting the 3% over the next 10, 20 years, then that's probably an okay investment. But certainly, we're not anticipating, okay if we buy an industrial warehouse at 4%, the cap rate is going to keep compressing and the cap... Which means the capital value is going to keep growing.Another thing that people probably pay too much attention is the profile of the tenant, the lease profile.So if it's got a strong lease, the property tends to trade at a very, very significant premium to something that has a weaker tenancy profile. But people always forget, end of the day we buy the land, we buy the property. So, we always say, there are three components. One is the land? The other is the property. The third component is the lease. Lease and property are actually depreciating assets. Over time they go down in value. The only thing that really goes up in value is the land. And a lot of time that when investors buy properties, they pay too much attention to lease.I'm not saying that you shouldn't pay attention to the lease, but the lease isn't the only thing that dictates the value of the property. So a lot of times people forget about what's the underlying asset, what's the underlying property they're actually buying. And that's also dangerous from our point of view.

Oct 20

28 min 8 sec

Wealthi's Investment Specialist Christopher Hynes speaks with Beanstock Co-founder Alexandre Fitussi to discuss the French property market outlook. Chris and Alex discuss various topics, including Paris's property market performance compared to other cities, trends, and the latest changes impacting the property market. They also discuss how the pandemic has driven demand from capital cities to regional markets and share other insights highlighting similar trends across global markets like the UK, Australia, and the United States. Learn how Alex and the team at Beanstock are helping property investors invest with ease and offering ongoing support through the entire process. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Get in touch with today's podcast guest. Christopher Hynes  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hyneschris Wealthi expats - https://expat.wealthi.com Alexandre Fitussi  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandrefitussi Beanstock - https://beanstock.com Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia. Audio - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-expat Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Our Reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #wealthi #podcast #realestate #Beanstock #France

Oct 19

26 min 29 sec

Wealthi's Domenic Nesci chats with True Savings Founder Pete Steel to discuss the transformative way in which True Savings is helping Australians save billions in mortgage lending. As a former executive at Commonwealth Bank and now founder of True Savings, Pete notes that Australians can save between $5000-$9000 a year if they push for better rates. True Savings work with over +40 lenders aiming to help Australians find the best market rates and make the process of mortgage lending simple. Watch the full conversation to learn more about the changes happening in the lending sector and what investors and homebuyers can do to ensure they are not overcommitting in their loans. Episode transcript highlight Domenic Nesci: (12:00) And this is I think the perfect example of how Australia is run differently from other countries and in many ways we run essentially an oligarchy, there are four major banks. I don't say that with any venom, but there are people that are running the country from a banking level, they do talk to each other, they talk to the government and then that allows for them to make these small and subtle tweaks along the way so that it can be, as you said, more orderly growth and not something that's spirals out of control with too many people and mixed messaging. Pete Steel: (12:33) Yeah, exactly. And we have studied overseas banks and the Australian market as well, I think the Australian market is largely very well run. The majors like us in particular and a couple of other regulators and you can see compared to world performance there's been times other parts of the world have got overheated and didn't take the right intervention, so I think that's a real positive for Australia. With my, as you pointed out, gray hair, I was a kid but I remember those 17% interest rates at one stage 30 years ago, 40 years ago and I don't think we'll ever see them again. But when you're in a certain phase of whether it's stock markets or housing cycle, it's always hard to see the change, but low-interest rates, eventually they will go up again, it might only be one or 2% because it's going to be a function of world funding markets as well. But I think we're more in a state of high demand like this, it's particularly Sydney and Melbourne not limited too but they're wonderful cities. A lot of people want to live in Sydney and Melbourne so you see an increased rate of demand same with parts of Queensland as well. I think it's sustained demand, I don't think we're in any chance of being in a bubble though, it's just hot because there's a lot of people who want to either investment exposure or to live in those environments. And the trick is for the regulators and the banks and all of us to be responsible to manage increased demand over the years, immigration starts to open up again and make sure it just continues on that lovely upward trajectory that is certainly good for asset appreciation for all of us.

Oct 13

32 min 45 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder speaks with CoreLogic's Eliza Owen to discuss the latest trends and insights coming out of Core Logic's data on the Australian property market.    They review market performances across leading Australian cities, price projections and affordability constraints in particular markets, and the latest regulatory changes impacting the Australian property market and the investment pool.    Eliza shares expert insights into the market opportunities across the Australian property market and her outlook for what is to see come heading into 2022. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Episode transcript highlights Domenic Nesci: (18:28) Okay. That's a great answer. I love that, the virtuous cycle. It's something that people should think about a lot more often because it will hit a moment, but normally hits its moment when affordability gets too high. And then that's when it's like, "Well, it's a good thing for you because now prices are too high." And I know that you're a busy lady, and you've got plenty of demands in your day. So I'll round it up with this last question. You mentioned something important that many investors and homeowners don't want to admit to. The property market will drop at some point, and there will be some negative price growth if you will. When do you foresee that happening? Let's sort of make a prediction that we can then go back to in a year, two years, or three years depending on what you say. When do you think the market will slow? And rather than jumping straight to it, let's start with what do you think the next 12 months holds for us, but then also when do you think it'll slow down and maybe have that negative prospect. Eliza Owen: (19:30) I think probably a pretty boring mainstream view, but the next 12 months would hold, I'd say, at this stage continued growth, but the rate of growth would be much smaller. So you might go from 22-23% over 2021. And then next year that would look much lower, maybe a 5 or 6% growth over 2022, just because of affordability constraints, and naturally starting to taper the cycle. And we're already seeing that in the growth rates. Ultimately what's going to trigger the decline in prices is going to be a change in financial conditions. So whether it's an increase in the cash rate, which isn't unexpected until 23, 24 or APRA does intervene with another maybe a limitation on those debts to income ratios of six or more. It's those kinds of factors that are going to change demand for credit, and any change in demand for credit has an impact on housing demand. When it came to the onset of COVID, there was a big call and a fall in house prices of 10% peak to trough, that never happened. So I think if I've learned anything through this period, it's just that you cannot tell the future. Those are kind of the best mainstream guesses of what can happen to the housing market over the next few years, but we'll just have to wait and see ultimately.

Oct 12

22 min 14 sec

Wealthi's UK Investment Specialist, Christopher Hynes shares a Wealthi podcast episode recap.  Wealthi's Domenic Nesci, Jody Wang, and special guest Stephanie Davies discuss rentvesting, financial freedom, and benefits of rentvesting vs. buying your own home.  Rentvesting is an investment strategy that allows Australians to live where they want to live and invest where they can afford it.  Dom, Jody, and Steph share their investment stories and how property investing has allowed them to travel, live abroad and accumulate a level of financial freedom, and having a sense of empowerment.  This conversation aims to open investors' minds to the boundless opportunities available to build wealth, have security and gain freedom through rentvesting and property investments.  This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.  Get in touch with today's podcast guest.  Domenic Nesci  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nescidomenic  Jody Wang  Linkedin -https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodyqywang  Stephanie Davis  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-davies-20600  If you enjoy listening to the Wealthi podcast, rate or leave us a review on iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/wealthi-podcast/id1443986129 Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.  Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast  Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au  Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy  Our Reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au  Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #wealthi #realestate #investments #rentvesting #financialfreedom

Oct 11

27 min 16 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci chats with Hoyne's founder, Andrew Hoyne, to share his outlook on the Australian property market and transforming spaces into meaningful places.    Hoyne works with leading companies such as Mirvac, Frasers Property, Dexus, TOGA, and many more to create meaningful destinations and experiences. Hoyne's is driven to bring value, purpose, and vision into developments and communities.    Listen to the episode to learn more about Andrew's philosophy for life and business. He shares his tips for building a wealthier life and insights into the current trends and shifts happening in the market. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Get in touch with today's podcast guest.      Domenic Nesci   Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nescidomenic    Andrew Hoyne  Linkedin -https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-hoyne-1a5a02  Website - https://hoyne.com.au  The Place Economy - https://hoyne.com.au/the-place-economy   Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.      Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast     Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au     Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy     Our Reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com       #wealthi #podcast #placemaking #hoyne #australianpropertymarket#realestate

Oct 6

33 min

Wealthi Expat's host Christoper Hynes chats with Stake Co-founder Rami Tabbara to share insights into the Dubai Property Market. Rami notes that the Dubai property market has undergone an immense transformation. There is an opportunity to help more investors diversify and grow their portfolios in a high-demand global property market. Stake is a digital platform, allowing property investments to be made within minutes. Chris and Rami discuss the shifts in investor appetite for a simple and efficient approach to investing in property. Check out the episode to learn more about why PropTech companies like Stake are transforming the way property investment is made. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Get in touch with today's podcast guest. Christopher Hynes Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hyneschris Wealthi Expats - https://expat.wealthi.com Rami Tabbara Stake - https://getstake.com Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia. Audio - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-expat Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Our Reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #wealthi #podcast #australianexpats #realestate #Dubai

Oct 4

29 min 29 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci & AMP Capital's Head of Research and Investment Strategy, Luke Dixon, shares the latest commercial real estate trends and outlook for 2022. Domenic and Luke discuss how the pandemic has disrupted the real estate market, why interest rates will remain low, and what investors can expect from the economic recovery coming out of this pandemic.    They touch upon a range of topics throughout this conversation, including new and emerging investment markets, supply shortages, risks of inflation, and the impact of migration on Australia's economic recovery. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Get in touch with today's podcast guest.      Domenic Nesci  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nescidomenic    Luke Dixon  Linkedin -https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukeedixon  Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.      Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast     Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au     Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy     Our Reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #Commercialrealestate #wealthi #podcast #Australianpropertymarketupdate

Sep 28

24 min 33 sec

Wealthi's UK Investment Specialist Christoper Hynes speaks with Co-founder Peter Esho to discuss Australia's impact following the fallout of Evergrande and China's economic slowdown.    Considering that a third of people in China have their savings invested into real estate, the collapse of Evergrande has the potential to create an economic crisis for China's government, the real estate sector, and its people.   Chris & Peter notes that Australia will feel a trickling wave of impact from China's economic fallout. Australia's reliance on the Chinese market for raw materials such as iron ore may increase Australia's price across construction, property, and raw materials.     Peter also shares the key learnings that every investor can take away from Evergrande's case study and the importance of managing debt risks. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google, and other popular podcasting apps. Get in touch with today's podcast guest.     Christopher Hynes  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hyneschris   Wealthi expats - https://expat.wealthi.com    Peter Esho  Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/peteresho  Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com/p/evergrande-share-price-sinks-to-new   To learn more: Audio - https://anchor.fm/wealthi-expat Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6koujI2GGP7pFySyMvKUgB Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au About Wealthi Expat - https://medium.com/wealthi/wealthi-opens-london-office-to-assist-aussie-expat-investors-f0a592889ba #investment #realestate #wealthi #podcast

Sep 26

24 min 49 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci chats with Legal Home Loans, Director of Sales, Cullen Haynes to discuss the wealth hacks and habits to build a wealthier life.    Cullen is an award-winning finance broker and a director of Legal Home Loans, the only mortgage and finance broking firm in Australia specialising in lending to legal professionals.    Cullen shares his story of why he chose to leave Macquarie Group to start Legal Home Loans, even when most people told him not to. He also notes the importance of goal setting, seeking honest feedback, and continually investing in yourself.   This episode combines wealth-building habits, inspiring stories, and lessons to help listeners build a wealthy life today. Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, market intelligence, and wealth creation tips from industry experts. Get in touch with the Wealthi team - https://www.wealthi.com.au/book-online.    Get in touch with podcast speakers:   Domenic Nesci - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nescidomenic   Cullen P. Haynes - https://www.linkedin.com/in/cullen-p-haynes  Legal Home Loans - https://www.innovativehomeloans.com.au This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #wealthi #realestate #investments #podcast #investmenttips

Sep 22

30 min 18 sec

Wealthi's Investment Specialist Louis Heaton chats with Director of Fiducia Property, Marie Doyle.  Together they discuss the latest Australian property market updates, and Marie shares insights into her development philosophy and conscious approach to design.    Marie is one of Australia's leading women in construction and an expert in property development and design. Along with her partner Ben Doyle, they co-founded Fiducia Property, Australia's multi-award-winning boutique property firm.    Louis brings Marie to the Wealthi Experts to share her knowledge of finding success through property development and the changes that she sees in the market.   Marie also shares tips to help investors break into the market and Fiducia's plans to bring conscious developments into regional communities.    Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, market intelligence, and wealth creation tips from industry experts. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment

Sep 15

34 min 21 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder sits down with Director of Innovative Home Loans, Lee Rosenfeld, to share the latest insights into Australia's lending policies and loan structure changes.    Lee notes that bank lending policies may start to tighten up when the world opens up again, leading to rising interest rates. Domenic and Lee also discuss Lee's business philosophy and the importance of working hard and giving back to others.    Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, market intelligence, and wealth creation tips from industry experts. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Get in touch with the Wealthi team - https://www.wealthi.com.au/book-online. Get in touch with today's podcast guest.   Lee Rosenfeld  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lee-rosenfeld-mortgage-broker-10361871/  https://www.innovativehomeloans.com.au This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment

Sep 8

22 min 45 sec

Wealthi's Domenic Nesci, Sam Assaad, and Louis Heaton share a market update on the Spring Boom and the predictions for what is to come in Australia's booming property market.    COVID lockdowns and restrictions have put a hold on Australia's Spring Boom, with the latest records showing a decrease in the number of auction clearance and listings going onto the market.    However, as restrictions ease and lockdown ends, there is anticipation to see how further the Australian boom will continue from Spring to Summer as more people step into the current state of a seller's market. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Get in touch with the Wealthi team - https://www.wealthi.com.au/book-online. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment

Sep 7

31 min 46 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci & Branson Group Director Ben Atanasovski shares the latest Australian property market update and insights into the Melbourne property market.   In the last 20 years, the Branson Group has dominated a unique sector of the Australian property market called The Missing Middle, aka Townhouses.  Both Domenic and Ben share their outlook on townhouses and the vast opportunities that it presents to investors.   They also compare Melbourne's property market performance against other Australian markets and discuss the impact COVID will have on rising property prices and the challenges of stock supplies.    Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, tips, and market updates to help anyone build wealth and invest in property with confidence. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Get in touch with the Wealthi team - https://www.wealthi.com.au/book-online.    Get in touch with podcast guest Ben Atanasovski - https://www.bransongroup.com.au Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment

Sep 1

31 min 55 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci chats with Brisbane property expert, Glenn Moat from Blackwood Building Co to discuss the latest Brisbane property market update and what it will mean for the city to host the Olympics 2032.    Glenn shares insights into Brisbane growth markets, property price trends, and tips to help investors identify the best Queensland markets to invest in.   Both Dom and Glenn share their outlook for the Olympics 2032 and the impact that it will Brisbane's booming property market as property prices begin to reach new heights. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment Podcast guest Andrew Debono - http://www.peakwm.com.au

Aug 31

19 min 57 sec

Wealthi's Co-founder Domenic Nesci chats with Andrew Debono to shares his outlook and tips for building a wealthy life.   As the director of Peak Wealth Management, Andrew shares insights into the trends and shift happening in the finance sector. The pandemic has caused many people across different industries to thrive while others suffer.    He says, "It's an important time to not sit on the fence and do nothing. The busier you are and the more active you are in this world, I think the better you'll be in the long term."  Andrew shares some excellent tips for building a wealthier life and a positive perspective to view the current state of the market.    Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, tips, and market updates to help anyone build wealth and invest in property with confidence. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment Podcast guest Andrew Debono - http://www.peakwm.com.au

Aug 26

20 min 34 sec

Wealthi's Domenic Nesci and Tiffy Rubinat discuss Australia's regional market updates and their latest investment journeys. Data shows that Australia's regional markets have outperformed capital cities in the last 12 months. Both Dom and Tiffy discuss whether investors should invest in Australia's regional property market or stick to investment opportunities in capital cities. They also share their latest investment journeys, learnings, tips, and client stories of investing in regional and capital markets.  Listen to the full episode to hear from our UK Investment Specialist Chris Hynes on the UK market update, and Dom and Tiffy answer the weekly listener question.  This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment Chris Booth - https://lydian.com.au/

Aug 24

32 min 38 sec

Wealthi's Co-Founder Domenic Nesci speaks with Lydian CEO Chris Booth to share insights into the home loan trends in Australia, including low-interest rates and managing different credit policies.   Along with the insights into the mortgage lending sector and the tips to help lenders apply for a home loan in Australia,  Chris and Dom also dive deep into what it means to create a wealthy life.    Chris shares his wealthy life philosophy and the importance of investing in yourself. Wealthi Experts is an extension of the Wealthi Podcast, along with Wealthi Expats and Wealthi en Espanol, to deliver the latest insights, tips, and market updates to help anyone build wealth and invest in property with confidence.     This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy  Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment   Chris Booth - https://lydian.com.au/ 

Aug 19

29 min 38 sec

Domenic Nesci chats with Property Alchemy's Director Penelope Valentine to share insights into the Australian property rental market.    As a property management expert and seasoned investor, Penelope shares the key factors determining property investment success, and tips for finding the right property manager, tenants, and high-growth markets.    Domenic and Penelope share their investment philosophies and strategies to help investors buy properties and build a successful portfolio. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 18

29 min 49 sec

Domenic Nesci and Louis Heaton share the latest Australian property market update. Recent reports predict the Australian property market is tipped to reach $9 trillion in value by the end of 2021.   Domenic and Louis discuss the key factors pushing Australian property prices to rise. With the rising prices of construction material, more investors are stepping in to the market and low supply levels.   Both Domenic and Louis share their market predictions and insights into how these factors will impact the Australian investment market. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 17

25 min 53 sec

Wealthi's Co-Founder Domenic Nesci chats with Ryan Houston from PRD to share insights into the best suburbs to invest in Newcastle. Ryan shares insights into the Newcastle property market, the best areas to invest in, and the market trends to help investors find the prime investments that will suit the right buyer. Both Domenic and Ryan note that Newcastle has undergone a massive transformation from a steel and mining town to a lifestyle and culture-driven city. The city has committed billions of dollars into world-class facilities, infrastructure, educational hubs, and its international airport to cater to the market's future growth. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 11

29 min 22 sec

The shift from working in the office to working from home has enormously impacted the  Australian property market.   The transition from working in the office to home, city living to urban living, and remote working lifestyle is changing how residential and commercial real estate is utilised across the Australian property market.   Domenic, Peter, and Louis share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges arising from this shift and the economic, environmental, and cultural impact on the Australian market. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 10

31 min 15 sec

Domenic Nesci and Simon Hollows from CBRE Australia share insights into the best suburbs to invest in the Sydney property market.   As the director of CBRE Residential Projects, one of Australia's leading off-the-plan developments, Simon sees a huge transformation in the greater Sydney region. The development projects, infrastructure, population growth, and employment opportunities will be formulating booming markets across the greater region of Sydney.   Simon believes emerging suburbs will be on the fringes of these growing Sydney regions, allowing investors to enter the Australian property market and find prime investment opportunities at quality price points.    This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 4

27 min 16 sec

Domenic, Sam, and Louis share tips on how to invest in the Australian property market and share insights into where the $50K investment opportunities lie in the market.  They discuss the different investment strategies and government incentives available to support property investors entering the Australian property market.  In addition, they share recommendations for where to invest, what type of property to invest in, and the borrowing structure that investors need to be aware of when applying for a loan.  This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.  This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also, on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Aug 3

32 min 30 sec

Domenic Nesci speaks with Canberra property expert Steph Davies to share the Canberra property market outlook.  In the last 12 months, the Canberra property market has outperformed other Australian markets in metrics such as house price growth,  high yields, and low vacancy rates.    Find out why Canberra is one of Australia's leading investment markets and why apartments expect massive demand and price spikes following the housing boom.    Gain deep insights into the Canberra property market, the key drivers of the Canberra housing boom, and where the investment opportunities lie for Canberra property investments. This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.     This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google.  Also, on all other popular podcasting apps.  Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast  Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au  Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy  Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com  Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au  Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Jul 28

19 min 55 sec

Cofounders Domenic Nesci and Peter Esho discuss the Australian property market, the crash of interest rates, and the inflationary impact on the Australian property market.  Domenic and Peter also reveal tips to help investors build a property portfolio. In addition, they share their investment plans and what they are looking to invest in, going forth.    This is an excellent episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Jul 27

41 min 56 sec

Does a house or apartment make for a better investment in the Australian property market?    Dom, Sam, and Louis chat with General Manager Tiffy Rubinat to discuss the investment opportunities for investing in a house vs. apartment.    They share where the investment opportunities are in the market based on the latest data and research. As well as investment stories and tips to help listeners avoid costly mistakes and identify growth opportunities.   This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy  Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #propertyinvestment #australianpropertymarket #wealthi #podcast

Jul 20

47 min

Domenic invites CoreLogic's Head of Research, Eliza Owen, to discuss the impacts of the lockdown on the Australian property market.   Eliza shares insights into the Australian property market, market trends, and the key drivers that allowed specific Australian markets to outperform others in the housing market.   This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy   Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au   CoreLogic Australia - https://www.corelogic.com.au/news Peter's Substack - https://peteresho.com  #wealthi #propertyinvestingAustralia #Australianpropertymarketupdate2021 #CoreLogicAustralia

Jul 15

25 min 59 sec

Domenic, Louis, and Peter discuss the impacts of the Delta Variant on the Australian property market.   They discuss the governments' responses to keeping the Australian economy running strong.  The inflationary impact that lockdown will have across the Australian markets. As well as share investment tips for investing during this pandemic.   Listen to the full episode to hear the team's thoughts on rising interest rates, the Australian property market crash, and many more. This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jul 13

53 min 32 sec

Domenic, Sam, and Louis discuss Australia's property boom and the rise of property prices. In the last six months, the Australian property market has had a record-breaking year of growth. Will this growth be sustainable for the next half of the year?    They share their outlook for how the Australian property market will perform in the next six months. Share client success stories, tips for investing in a booming market, and answer listener questions about property investing.    This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jul 6

40 min 7 sec

In this episode, Dom, Sam, and Louis invite co-founder Peter Esho onto the podcast to discuss the different types of property investments in the Australian property market.     Investing in a house vs. apartment, one-bedroom vs. two-bedroom, proximity to the CBD, or away from urban lifestyle are all crucial questions that can determine an investment's success.     The fellas help property investors identify which property type will best suit a specific investment strategy (capital gain vs. high yield) and share tips on finding the right markets for property investing.    Peter shares insights into how the aging market, COVID 19, and the Delta Variant will impact the Australian property market. They also discuss the trends leading to a growing demand for apartments and townhouses to outperform houses in specific market regions.   This is a great conversation that helps property investors determine which properties to buy and identify how to find growth opportunities with the Australian property markets.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jun 29

50 min 33 sec

Dom, Sam, and Louis speak with Byron Dempsey from the Driven Young podcast. Byron is helping to transform the minds of many Australians to learn that practical skills to better invest in their future.    They discuss wealth creation strategies, money habits, financial tools, and tips to start investing in the Australian property market.    This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.    Subscribe to the Wealthi channel to learn more about Property Investing in Australia.    Listen to the full episode to learn more.    Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy  Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com   Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au    Guest  Byron Dempsey: https://drivenyoung.com/  #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jun 22

38 min 18 sec

Dom, Sam, and Louis share their motivations behind property investing as their preferred wealth-building choice.    They discuss the "why" behind the property and how each investment journey can be unique to ensure each investor achieves their goals and aspirations.   This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.   Listen to the full episode to learn more.    Audio - https://bit.ly/wealthipodcast   Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy    Expat Investors - https://expat.wealthi.com Our Reviews - https://www.trustpilot.com/review/wealthi.com.au  #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jun 15

33 min 59 sec

Domenic, Sam, and Louis share their thoughts on which Australian city, property investors should be investing in 2022.    They discuss the different investment opportunities across Sydney, Melbourne, and the Brisbane property market.    Each city offers a unique investment strategy and growth opportunities for different investors. As the Australian cities continue to experience record-breaking market growth. Find out which Australian city investors should be investing in, in the next 6-12 months.    This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jun 8

33 min 46 sec

Domenic speaks to Adam Geha from EG Funds Management, one of Australia's largest property investment managers overseeing more than $3bn in assets and a development pipeline exceeding $2bn.    Domenic asks Adam a range of questions to help ordinary investors understand the fundamentals behind a successful property investment strategy.    This is a great episode with many insights, delivered in a unique and upfront format.   This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #propertyinvestment #australianproperty #wealthi #podcast

Jun 1

39 min 22 sec

Wealthi’s Co-Founder Domenic Nesci along with Investment Specialists Sam Assaad and Louis Heaton discusses the different types of investors in the Australian property market.     In property investing, some investors prefer to do their own due diligence and take control. Others prefer to be guided and trust in the research that is shared. Each has its own set of unique strengths and weaknesses.     Domenic, Sam, and Louis get candid about the mistakes they see clients make when it comes to property investing. As well as enlightens listeners with their own experiences with the types of investors they are and how that impacted their past investment journeys.    This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google.   Also on all other popular podcasting apps.    #wealthi #realestate #investments   Learn more at https://wealthi.com.au   Wealthi Academy - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy

May 25

35 min 36 sec

In the first 3 months,  property investing in Australia experienced record-breaking price growth. In April the record streak came to hold although the Australian property market continues to see a 1.8% growth rate.    With the current slowdown in the property market. Is the Australian property market boom coming to an end?    Domenic, Sam, and Louis share their insights on what is happening in the market cycle. They discuss what will happen when the migration and tourism gates open up again. With consideration to what this will mean for investors and the property market.   They also share their market predictions for the next 12 months. This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps. #wealthi #realestate #investments Learn more at https://wealthi.com.au Wealthi Academy - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy

May 18

26 min 33 sec

The Australian budget 2021 is released tonight. Co-founder Domenic Nesci and InvestSMART, Evan Lucas discuss how this will impact the property market. Both discuss how the schemes will affect investors and home- owner-occupiers in the market. With regards to the First Home Super Saver & the Single parent’s scheme.    They talk about whether the market will experience hyperinflation in the future. As well as who will be most at risk from these new government subsidies.   This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google. Also on all other popular podcasting apps.    #wealthi #realestate #investments #FederalBudget2021 #propertymarket    Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au/ Wealthi Academy (online course) - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy

May 11

50 min 32 sec

Everything changes when you focus on what you’ll gain in 20 years' time compared to what you’ll gain in the next 12 months.   Co-founders Domenic Nesci and Peter Esho predict how the market will run in the next 5 years. The power of compound interest. As well as whether prices can continue to rise.    Peter says “Inflation is a hidden tax” and people should be concerned. As the government continues to oversupply the economy with cash. The value of the cash will decrease. What $100 gets you today. The same $100 will get you less in the future.   Both believe those who adopt a long-term frame of mind. Will make better decisions across all aspects of their life.   This episode is also available in audio format on Spotify, Apple, Google.    Also on all other popular podcasting apps.     #wealthi #realestate #investments    Website - https://www.wealthi.com.au/ Wealthi's online course for property investing - https://www.wealthi.com.au/academy Peter Esho's Blog - https://peteresho.com/

May 4

45 min 53 sec