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Michael Yardney Podcast

Insightful, educational and always interesting

Listen and learn from Michael Yardney, Australia’s most trusted property commentator and a group of experts as they discuss Property Investment, Success, Money and Finance to help you multiply your wealth.
While Michael is best known as a property expert, he is also Australia’s leading authority in the psychology of success and wealth creation. You’ll enjoy the way he challenges traditional finance advice with innovative ideas on real estate investing, personal finance and wealth creation. 
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Nov 29, 2023

In today’s show Ken Raiss and I are talking about ownership structures.

How you set things up can have lasting impacts on not only your asset protection but also your tax liabilities and your flexibility to grow in the future.

And in particular the various ownership structures available for those interested in...

Nov 27, 2023

Today's episode is something a little different but it’s a special one. I recently had the privilege of joining Felicity and Candice from the "Talk Money to Me" podcast and it was a fantastic conversation. Today I’m going to replay that interview for you.

In our chat, I dive deep into the current state of the...

Nov 22, 2023

Welcome to this month’s Big Picture episode of the Michael Yardney Podcast, where Pete Wargent and I dissect the multitude of macro-economic factors currently shaping our housing markets and the broader economy.

We analyze the recent interest rate hike by the Reserve Bank and dissect its ramifications on the...

Nov 20, 2023

If you've ever wondered about the future of our housing markets and the prospects for property investment in Australia, or you're curious about how post-pandemic life is going to shape our cities, then today's episode is one you cannot afford to miss.

I’m joined by Lailani Burra, CEO of. Id, who offers an eye-opening...

Nov 15, 2023

A property’s value is typically divided into two components: the land value and the value of any improvements, such as the dwelling.

Conventionally, land tends to appreciate over time, while buildings are said to depreciate as they get older and suffer more wear and tear.

However, the rise in construction costs...