The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment | Success | Money & You
About This Show
Are you looking for financial freedom or more choices in life? You're in the right place. Each week Michael Yardney shares smart property investment strategies as well as the success and personal finance secrets of the rich, in 20 minutes or less.
While Michael is best known as a real estate investment expert, he is also Australia's leading experts in the psychology of success and wealth creation and a #1 best selling author of 8 books. He frequently challenges traditional finance advice with innovative ideas on property investing, personal finance and wealth creation.
His wisdom stems from his personal experience and from mentoring over 2,000 business people, investors and entrepreneurs over the last decade.
Michael's message will be priceless regardless of the size of your real estate investment portfolio - whether you're just starting out or an experienced investor wanting to move to the next level, he will provide you a roadmap for real estate investing and financial success.
Most Recent Episode
011: Who should you ask for property investing advice?| Claiming negative gearing in a trust | Some lessons from Jim Rohn
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It has been an exciting weekend for me. I just got back from visiting my daughter who had her third child. That’s my tenth grandchild and a great reminder of the important things in life. In today's podcast I answer the question of who should you ask for property investment advice. With so many mixed messages and vested interests, who can you really trust. In my mindset message I’ll be sharing messages from one of my mentors Jim Rohn. And Ken Raiss the Director of Metropole Wealth Advisory answers the question of whether you can claim negative gearing when you own a property in a trust. Takeaways: Who Do You Ask for Property Investment Advice? Options that may not be the best: Many people ask no one - which might leave knowledge gaps. Friends and family may have good intentions, but may not be experts. Real estate agents work for the vendor and most don’t own any investment properties. Mortgage brokers may not understand the market enough to advise you on what an investment grade property is. Accountants don’t have an intimate knowledge of the property market. Financial planners are licensed to sell financial products, but most aren’t able to advise on real estate. Property marketers are sales people selling a “product”. Invest seminars and workshops. Ask if the person conducting the event is an expert and how have they made their money. Many people who claim to be mentors