The Rentvesting Podcast: For Gen X and Y Property Investors
About This Show
If you're a property owner, investor or looking to get into the market this Podcast will help cut through the hype, look at the facts and draw on decades of experience to help you make smarter property decisions.
The Rentvesting Podcast is for Gen X and Y Property Investors. If you’re a property owner, investor or looking to get into the market The Rentvesting Podcast will help cut through the hype, look at the facts and draw on decades of experience to help you make smarter property decisions.
Each week Red & Co Director, and Award Winning Finance Broker Jayden Vecchio will unpack the facts behind the property market, explain what’s really going & where the market is heading.
Are you ready to make better property decisions and learn to live where you want, but invest where you can afford?
Most Recent Episode
Let's Get Political With Trevor Evans: Brisbane Going Forward, Negative Gearing and What Effects the Bank Levy will have
2 days ago
In this week's episode of the Rentvesting Podcast, we’ve got Trevor Evans – a member of Australian Parliament, the member for Brisbane in the House of Representatives and a Liberal National MP. Today we’ll cover Why Brisbane is a great prospect for investors going forward The government's plan for negative gearing Hard hitting questions on the bank levy – why it won’t get passed onto borrowers. Trevor Evans in 30 seconds… I’m the new federal member for Brisbane and I’ve been a politician representing Brisbane for about 1 year. I was the CEO of the National Retail Association before this, and I’m an economist by trade, I’ve done a few things at the edges of where economics and politics all combine. A bit of a personal question… As the member for Brisbane, you grew up in Tweed, where do you stand for the State of Origin? I didn’t live in Tweed for very long, I was born there and moved away when I was 1, so I follow the Brisbane Broncos. I work closely with them and we all know Queensland works heavily with them, so on that basis, I support them. A lot of our listeners are interstate, what’s your background on Brisbane’s story and why they’d invest here and think about Brisbane as a market that’s good for them? The Brisbane story is a fascinating one, especially over the last 10 – 20 years, people are constantly surprised when they return to Brisbane and see what it means to live here. There are some global trends but Brisbane has had that usual typical growth that capital cities have but it’s also come of age. It might be all of the residential towers in the CBD but Brisbane talks about itself as being Australia’s new world city, it’s a huge magnet for tourists and international trade. International education is the cities biggest export which is amazing for a city focused on real estate and resources. We’ve also got good nightlife with the proposed lock outs being fought against. We’ve got a big growing variety of food and drink, and entertainment and a consequence of those things mean we’ve got a vibrant young city filled with people who aren’t Brisbane born and bred. Brisbane scores pretty well for young people who are at the start of their careers because there’s that critical mass of corporate jobs and offerings. The commutes are relatively good, but also just a