Sep 16, 2020
We all know that real estate is a long-term investment. So, what were the best-performing suburbs over the last couple of decades?
They may not be the ones that you’d first think of.
Today’s I chat with Bret Warren about what made certain suburbs outperform over the last couple of decades.
I’m also going to have a chat with an SAS commando.
Why? This is a show about property and success and money, but most of us are being affected by a form of hostage situation – COVID-19.
So who better to tell us how to handle a hostage situation when you’ve got a terrorist that you can’t even see than someone who’s put his life on the line more often than he’s had a hot dinner?
We’re going to have an interesting chat with Mick Donaldson.
Highlights from Brett Warren’s research on the best performing suburbs
Would you like to know which suburbs are going to outperform over the next 20 years?
Well, maybe a good starting point is to understand which suburbs outperformed over the past two decades.
The principles we’re going to discuss today are relevant for all property markets.
Some of the topics I discuss with Mick Donaldson
Links and Resources:
Brett Warren - Metropole Property Strategists
Metropole’s Strategic Property Plan – to help both beginning and experienced investors
Mick Donaldson – HQ Tag
Shownotes plus more here: What can you learn from the best performing suburbs over the last 20 years, with Brett Warren
“Gentrification goes on over a number of decades, so it’s not a bad way of trying to find an area that’s going to outperform the averages.” – Michael Yardney
“Sometimes the right thing to do is nothing.” – Michael Yardney
“It’s going to take longer than I expected, longer than we’d all hoped, but there is an end in sight and life will go on.” – Michael Yardney
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