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This week we shine a spotlight on WINTERFEST; a Free Community Event that is happening July 1st at the Botanical Institute, 2A Eddington Street, Bridgewater. Aaron takes the reins on the mics this week and is joined by Kelly Anne, Coordinator of the Hippy Program for 'Save the Children', and Brooke, A Project Officer from Connected Beginnings, to discuss the upcoming event.Listen in to the fun filled conversation detailed all the things you can expect at the fun filled event coming soon.
The team are once again wowed by the knowledge and expertise of Simon Pressley, Managing Director of Propertyology and REIA Hall of Famer, as he reassures us that despite mainstream media reporting, things aren't all doom and gloom for the property market... especially right here in our backyard!
The Boys are back and they couldn't be more excited about it. John has been away in the Philippines and filling his chair has not been an easy feat!... so with great pleasure we announce his return to the Property Pod for a fun and engaging chat that sometimes resembles a small semblance of being property related, but is mostly three old friends catching up on company time 😉 !
This week Pat and Aaron are joined in the Podcast Studio by Joshua Simmons of Campaign Agent. Campaign Agent are creating a world where vendors & agents have the financial freedom to maximise their property’s potential. Once a real estate agent has prepared a marketing strategy, homeowners can choose to Pay Now, or Pay Later for their marketing costs.Listen in to find out more about Campaign Agent here
The Property Pod team this week are joined by 4one4 Property Co. Sales Agent & Superstar of Hobart Real Estate, Suz Wiltshire, to discuss the goings on of the Hobart Marketplace & some changes that are coming for her moving forward for the rest of 2022 and beyond!
This week the team discuss the CityScape Civic Heart Masterplan which sets out a long-term vision for the center of Glenorchy.This project is part of Future Glenorchy and the Economic Recovery Program, aimed at growing Glenorchy and improving liveability of the City.The vision is for a modern, efficient, fully accessible precinct that will house Council Chambers, the Library, commercial tenancies, and other government services.
This week the 4one4 Property Co. Property Pod Team discuss the new online portal that can help all users, including property owners, property developers, industry professionals, the general public and other agencies.Plan Build Tasmania allows anyone to enter an address in the portal to see what planning zones and codes apply to a property.  A Property Report can be generated which includes maps, details of the planning zone, codes and other information that affect the selected property.
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Continuing the discussion on affordability in the Australian marketplace, this week the team discuss the Innovative social enterprise, Homes for Homes, who are aiming to establish a presence in Tasmania & the provide the opportunity to “pay it forward” and help boost affordable housing supply.
Pat and John are once again Joined at the Mics by Chris Sierzant to discuss where he started with his Property Investment Journey and to provide a few basic tips for others to think about if they are thinking of doing the same.Listen in as they discuss three important principles when it comes to understanding the Property investment space...
Rounding out a trilogy of episodes discussing Housing Affordability & schemes that could help First Home Buyers get into the market; there were actually new and improved schemes introduced by the State Government just recently.Listen in as the boys unpack the schemes & give their opinions on them.
Following on from last week's episode about Housing Affordability in Tassie, the team this week discuss the proposal of building more medium density housing in Hobart and what benefits that could bring to the people of Tasmania.
Housing Affordability and Helping People Get into HomesThis week Aaron is back at the desk to lead the show, as Pat and John jump into some proposals that could help ease some of the Housing Affordability issues that face Tasmanian and Australians.It's great to have the whole team back together to have another engaging and easy to listen to chat about all things property in the Hobart marketplace.
John & Pat are joined by new friend of the show, Chris Sierzant, to discuss how he literally went from being a guy sitting on the couch listening to podcasts about investing in property to the owner of a very healthy portfolio of 6 properties in 22 months.Chris is super passionate and brings great knowledge and insight in this weeks episode of The Property Pod.
Pat and John are on the Mics again, this week discussing some tips and tricks in Securing a Property in Tassie's Tricky Marketplace.Listen in on some anecdotes over their journey as real estate agents that may help you get a foot up in the purchasing space of property here in Tasmania
In this weeks episode, Pat takes over hosting duties and has an in depth chat with John McGregor about how marketing property has changed during COVID-19 and the tools that are now used to promote property and help people purchase homes.
A Look Back On 2021 & Looking Forward To 2022It's the first week of the year and the Property Pod team are back for their first pod of the year.The team look back over what has been described as a Golden Year of Real Estate for home owners in 2021- and look forward into what is forecast for the year to come.One thing is for sure, its going to be a big year for the Property Pod & 4one4 Property Co.Jump in to the latest episode here (or wherever you get your podcasts)2021 Data In retrospect, 2021 has been a golden year for the real estate market in Australia. With the “fear-of-missing-out” in 2021, the past year showed the highest 12-month growth rate since 1989.  Hobart was revealed as the hottest capital city property market with prices climbing up to 27.7%. Sydney (25.8%), Brisbane (25.1%), Canberra (25.4%), Adelaide (21.4%), Darwin (16.7%), Melbourne (16.3%), and Perth (14.5%). 2022 Price Predictions This 2022, prices are still expected to rise but will cool down before falling in 2023, experts say.  The National Australia Bank (NAB) foresees a 4.9% increase in property values in 2022 and a 4% decline in 2023. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) predicts a similar pattern with a lift of 6% this year and a decrease of 4% next year. The Commonwealth Bank expects house prices to lift by 7% in 2022 and assumes the biggest price drop in 2023 out of the major banks of 10% Finally, Westpac is looking into an 8% rise this year and a 5% fall in 2023 Interest Rates Experts believe interest rates are likely to rise (hence, property prices will drop) House prices and interest rates are inversely proportional with each other: when one goes up, the other goes down. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) mentioned that it won’t lift the cash rate until inflation reaches the 2 to 3 per cent range. Banks have already started hiking fixed rates while cutting variable rates to attract new customers. Hence, RateCity's Sally Tindall said borrowers need to be prepared for rate rises in 2022.  Moderation in Price Growth ANZ senior economist Felicity Emmett said affordability constraints and the increase in the supply of homes for sale – with record auction volumes and a significant lift in property listings in late 2021 – were the main factors currently driving the moderation in price growth. The impact of rising fixed mortgage rates and tighter lending standards would be seen throughout the year as house hunters faced reduced borrowing power. She forecast capital city property prices to rise another 6 per cent this year, with stronger gains expected in the first half of the year and growth to flatten by the December quarter before turning negative at the start of next year. How Omicron Affects 2022 Figures REA Group's Eleanor Creagh said that lifestyle locations such as Queensland are also expected to do well in 2022 as people continue to leave states hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.  "If you look at the regional market, it's those well-connected, commutable regions that have good infrastructure and service provisioning that are going to continue to see heightened demand," says Creagh. Some analysts conclude that if people will have continuous fears for a new COVID variant such as Omicron, house prices could lift into double digits again this year. The emergence of Omicron for Ms Tindall is a timely reminder that we can never be certain despite anyone’s best predictions. "It’s too early to say what impact this new strain will have on rates, however, if borders keep opening and shutting, confidence is likely to take a hit," she mentioned.  On the contrary, Pete Wargent, co-founder of BuyersBuyers said that the Omicron strain will have a negligible impact on the trajectory of the housing market. "To a certain extent, the last couple of years should have reminded us that making predictions is very hard, especially when they are about pandemics or the future. But, that said, there's little to indicate that the latest strain of the virus will have any meaningful impact on housing market trends," Mr Wargent explained. First Home Buyers in 2022 First home buyers started the year 2021 strong with a record-high number of first home buyer loans until it gradually declined month after month.  Ms Tindall expects the same scenario to continue this 2022.  According to the ABS lending indicators, the number of new loans being taken out by first home buyers has decreased by 11% in a year while the amount borrowed by them increased to 1% as house prices are directed upwards.  CoreLogic's Eliza Owen warns that “first home buyers dropping out of the market now will compound wealth inequality down the track.” "If you're not in the property market, and you're just trying to save up, say, a 20 per cent deposit, property prices can really run away from you," she stressed.
What do you get when you put Three McGregor Men in a room with a Podcast host?....Another Luke Warm Christmas!!!This week we are lucky enough to once again have John, his Dad Chris Mcgregor, and Logie Award winning Tasmanian Comedian and TV Star, Luke  McGregor.Listen in as the family members discuss all things affordability and what Australia may need to do to even the playing field when it comes to the property market.Episode: | EP108Show Title: | Another Lukewarm ChristmasCast: | Aaron Horne & John McGregorGuests: | Chris McGregor & Luke McGregorShow Length: | 25 minutes 54 seconds- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Are you looking to Buy or sell property in any of the following suburbs -Lenah Valley, Glenorchy, Moonah, New Town, Montrose, Bagdad, Brighton, Bridgewater, Bellerive, Lutana, West Moonah, Hobart, Lindisfarne, Claremont, North Hobart, Kingston, Sorell, Old BeachContact us today- 4one4 Property Co Specialise in:Residential property sales, Property leasing, Property management, Rural sales, Land development, House and land packages, Free rental valuations, Property
This week join the Property Pod Team as they discuss the recent border opening in Tasmania, Thor bringing the thunder and dropping in for a cheeky visit to check out some property on the East Coast; as well as preparing for a summer of Water Restrictions and Ashes Action at Bellerive.
Wow Wow Wow- 3 Months in and it's time to check in.... Suz and Laura have slotted into the 4one4 Property Co family like they were meant to be here from the beginning.They have jumped out of the gates with all engines firing and had a super successful start to their first 4one4 foray into helping people on their property journey.
Getting ready to sell next year?The questions you need to answer before going to market and a framework to help keep you focussedWe all want Minimising time on market, maximising interestFirst Understand what is in your control vs out of controlOur of your control - The Market, The LocationIn your control:PresentationPromotionProcessPersonPriceDecember is a great opportunity to work on your presentation:What do you focus on? Ask this, are you fixing a question or a but?People ask questions primarily because of maintenance concerns - if that's wrong, what else is wrong - like pulling a stringA but, is a characteristic about the home they don't like, location, orientation that you may or may not be able to change.'I love the open plan, but I'd need to change the kitchen.'To address a question is about protecting your value - in addressing buts you can  either enhance the value or overcapitalise which is investing more time, energy, and money than you will realistically get back upon selling.What is important is to know your goals, where you want to go, when you want to leave and what do you need to get there.With those 3 questions laid out we then start working backwards in what is worth doing.
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Van Truong Tran

Funny and informative

Jun 23rd
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