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With Borders closed & mainlanders unable to come to Tasmania, Local buyers are out in force with Record numbers at Open Home over the weekend for two local agents. Debunking the strong feelings of fly-in, fly-out investors outbidding locals on many listings. How has this affected both of you as agents?
This week the boys discuss buying a property off the market- the pros and cons of doing so and John tells a lot of stories. Pat does not!
This week the boys are joined by Stefan Rafael of One to One Displays to discuss how he is helping clients understand the sizing and scale of a building through the power of technology. . Set up in a large warehouse with the latest projection technology, they provide clients with the opportunity to walk through their plans in 1:1 scale to fully understand the dimensions and details of your build before any works begin. As well as developing an Augmented Reality App that will have you stepping out of the Warehouse and into your new home. Stefan bounces off the team well & is a great addition to the conversation on this week's episode of The Property Pod.
The boys are joined by friend of the Podcast, Andrew Leggett of Rams Financial, to discuss the state of play in the Lending game in a post-COVID world.
📱👉 SWIPE RIGHT TO THIS EPISODE OF THE PROPERTY POD! If you've ever wondered how long you've got to grab the attention of a potential buyer.... don't skip past todays episode. Pat covers over some ways to maximise the 'dating profile' of one of your biggest investments..... your property.
This week on The Property Pod: - So John, What actually is a False Economy? - The building Stimulus package annoucement by ScoMo - & InMan Connect 2020 Live from Vegas, Live from Pats Computer
BROKEN WINDOWS & SUGAR RUSHES- The boys discuss three news articles or opinions that have sprung up in the current global climate.
How has the Corona Virus affected the Property Market in Tasmania? And Relief Package announced for Renters?
After a longer than expected hiatus, The Property Pod crew has gotten back together (in a safe socially distanced setting) and address some of the changes that affected the world since they last recorded.
The crew discuss a case study that John has come across in the past week in regards to a client trying to work out whether to sell or hold onto an investment property. Then dive into the question around what is more important when buying or selling; the property or the neighbourhood?
This week the boys debunk the myths surrounding Free Property Appraisals. What does an getting an Apprasial really mean and why is it a good idea to get one?
Renovations that = equity What are some key things that you can do to your home to improve its value? Are there items you should stay away from? How much money should you spend? Depends on the home and lifestyle If you are looking to sell should your renovation list be different then if you plan to stay? Renovating on a budget, what are the best items you should do? Should you do it yourself or hire a professional? Complete the look, should you use hire companies like shift is going down the selling path
2020 is here; the team are back on deck..... and nothing has changed... listen as they boys get sidetracked constantly in their first show of the new decade.
MERRY CHRISTMAS from The Property Pod. The team wrap up the year that has been and sum up some of their favourite moments
This crew are joined on the Pod today with CEO of Realestateview.com.au, Toby Balazs, to discuss another Real Estate Portal and how it can help consumers find and sell the Property in a busy marketspace.
John & Pat are joined by James and Paul of Ronald Young + Co Builders to discuss how to go about building a home- where to start and what to know before getting started.
The Boys are joined by Erin & Ava of Promote Property Marketing to discuss all things related to Property Marketing materials and getting your property 'Photo-Ready' for sale.
This week the boys sit down with Paul O'loughlin, of Realestate.com.au, to talk about where the majority of people will now go to find out about buying or selling their property- The Internet! Listen as the boys discover about the past, present and future of marketing a property on one of the major Real estate Portals out there.
The boys debrief on Johns sharp new attire; Aaron & Pats visit to the 'facebook Community Boost' Conference last week & John has a good story about the worlds best Whistler. Then Pat passes on some of the best industry apps that can help people searching for information on real estate and property.
This week the boys turn the tables from interviewees to interviewers; Jarrad Bevan, Journalist from The Mercury, joins the boys at the desk to discuss his journey through the media and into the Real Estate space.
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John is away; but Pat and Aaron are on the mics today. They break down there visit to the REIT awards over the weekend; where they were nominated for an innovation award...Congratulations to all those who won; what a wonderful night it was. VR your plans into existence Big Plans Melbourne are a company that take your building plan and project it into an empty warehouse; lifesize- so you can get a feel for how it will work for you They also include furniture into space so you can see a lifesize bed and lounge room www.BigPlansMelbourne.com.au Is streaming television is the future of marketing?... the future of The Property Pod? PropertyTV.io is a platform with 149,000 subscribers. There is great interest in Real Estate; but did you know there is now a dedicated streaming service People watch makeup tutorials so why not property news. The service was set up by Australia Kevin Turner Traditional marketing only has a 2% cut through as consumers now want video So we want to know, if we produced a monthly Show would you watch it? www.PropertyTV.io Is music the key to client retention? So Inman.com reported that Windermere Real Estate (3rd largest in us) is using Spotify to attract millennials into their business. The property pod currently streams via Spotify, would you listen to a song list curated to real estate? IE: Spring Cleaning essentials? Pat & Aaron play a snippet of their choice If we developed one what would you want to hear on it? Let us know via our website
Aaron, John & pat discuss deal breakers that could stop Millennials from getting their dream home; and then we break down some of the key takeaways for the Hobart City Deal Implementation plan released on the 3rd Oct 2019. Episode: EP27 Show Title: | Cast: | Aaron Horne, John McGregor, Patrick Berry Show Length: | 38 Minutes Date/time: | 10 October 2019 @ 9.15am Location: | 4one4 Real Estate - 414 Main Road, Glenorchy Segment 1: What Can be a Deal Breakers for First home buyers! ...Not liking the height of the showerhead? ...Essential the property is within an ‘uber eats’ delivery zone? What are some of the more out there ‘demands’ or deal breakers you’ve come across in your years as an agent? Are Millenials being too fussy with their requests? Or is this something that will become more and more common in the coming years? https://www.realestate.com.au/news/fussy-first-home-buyers-demand-big-backyards-and-high-showerheads/?rsf=syn:news:nca:dt:spa Deep Dive: Hobart City Deal Implementation Plan Plan released on the 3rd Oct 2019; we break down some of the key take aways for the city and surrounding suburbs. “This City Deal will improve accessibility in Greater Hobart, embracing the idea of a 30 minute city.” What do you guys think this will mean for Hobart? The hobart market? As agents who work close to the northern suburbs, are you excited about the Northern Suburbs Transit corridor? Establishing a Ferry service $30 million going into affordable housing… including speeding up the delivery of houses. https://citydeals.infrastructure.gov.au/sites/default/files/2019-03/Hobart%20City%20Deal%20-%20web%20%28accessible%29_0.pdf A VISION OF HOBART Improving accessibility to make hobart a ‘30 minute city’ -deliver an integrated land-use and transport vision for Greater Hobart • prioritise housing and facilitate urban renewal along key transit corridors • deliver a package of planning initiatives to support development to provide residents Major Commitments Bridgewater Bridge: The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are investing $576 million to replace the Bridgewater Bridge, the largest ever investment in a single transport project in Hobart’s history. Affordable Housing Supply: The Australian Government will provide $30 million for projects in partnership with community housing providers to deliver new dwellings. This will be supported by a package of measures to drive urban renewal, including commencing a program of precinct planning for priority areas to speed up the delivery of housing. Northern Suburbs Transit Corridor: The Northern Suburbs Transit Corridor is a priority area for urban renewal. A greater diversity of housing solutions will be encouraged along the corridor. As well as providing housing outcomes, this will support the delivery of the most effective public transport solution, reduce congestion and the Australian Government will invest $25 million as part of its congestion initiative.
Pat gets a chance to chat all things tech this week as we deep dive into Smart homes- How they are implemented in modern ,and retrofitted into not so modern, homes. Episode: EP26 Show Title: | Smart Homes- Stepping into the future of houses Cast: | Aaron Horne, John McGregor, Patrick Berry Show Length: | 38 Minutes Date/time: | 3 October 2019 @ 9.15am Location: | 4one4 Real Estate - 414 Main Road, Glenorchy Introduction segment: Sending Cash as 'Money for Drugs' or other alternates may negatively affect your chances of obtaining a home loan Smooooooookin.... https://www.pedestrian.tv/money/sending-cash-as-money-for-drugs-ruining-bank-loans/ https://www.domain.com.au/money-markets/home-loan-applicants-face-delays-after-mislabelling-transactions-as-adult-entertainment-886493/ Deep Dive: Smart homes- Stepping into the future of houses. What is a smart home? What can be the benefits of a smart home? Can you retrofit an old house up with Smart technologies? Are people building new smart homes? What companies are in the fold when it comes to smart home integrations? Lessons learnt by Patrick as he has built his smart home. Does it add value to a property when selling? Should you invest money into building a smart home? Ok Google Advert featuring McCauly Caulkin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e2J7kLZxb0
Aaron wants to know if it is possible to buy a home by trading someone his Super Nintendo... he also wants to understand the process of making an offer on a home? Join him and the resident experts on the Pod, Patrick and John, as they delve deeper into the world of contracts and buying houses...
Pat is away and the other boys will play.... John and Aaron go through some listeners correspondence and answer a few burning questions that have been asked of The Property Pod.
The boys are joined today by Adam Luttrell of Shift Property Styling (@shiftstyling) to discuss preparing a property for sale; How to create an emotional connection with potential buyers and how to get the best return on your investment into property styling.