The 3 Pathways to Financial Autonomy
If you’ve been listening to this podcast for a while, and certainly if you’ve read my book, you’ll be aware that we adhere to a framework in helping people gain choice. A core element of that framework is the three pathways. The entire Financial Autonomy framework, and in particular these three pathways, are the product … Continued
Listener Questions – Episode 200
A HUGE thank you for supporting the show over almost 4 years now. The podcast wouldn’t exist without the support of you guys, and so this week it’s all about listener questions. Check it out, I hope you love it.
Non-traditional property investment with Property Investory host Tyrone Shum
This week I speak with the host of the popular Property Investory podcast, Tyrone Shum. Tyrone is passionate about property as an investment vehicle, but he’s thinking about things a little differently to the normal buy and hold a residential property plan. I know you’ll get plenty out of this one.
Investing in apartments and units with strata lawyer Amanda Farmer
In this weeks episode we talk all things apartments and strata properties. My guest is Amanda Farmer, host of the Your Strata Property podcast, and a practising strata lawyer in Sydney. Whether you’re considering buying an apartment as an investor, or as an owner-occupier, Amanda has some tips here that could save you thousands of … Continued
5 Strategies to Maximise Income for Couples – Episode 195
Couples can have a distinct advantage when it comes to building wealth and achieving financial autonomy provided they maximize the opportunities available to them. Let’s take a look at 5 opportunities you might be able to use. You can also read this piece here. A 1 page checklist of these strategies can … Continued
Property Market Update + Insider Tips with Emily Wallace
This week I chat with buyers agent Emily Wallace about the state of the property market around the country, where the opportunities are, and I also asked for some tips on what to look for at an open for inspection, what to do when making an offer, and some advice for sellers to help them … Continued
Year in review, and what’s coming up in 2021
In this week’s episode, we look at the year just gone and pull back the curtain to reveal some of the things that have happened here at Financial Autonomy. Then we share with you what we’ve got coming up in 2021. I hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for your support and have a … Continued
Property Management for Investors with Jeremy Goldschmidt from RentBetter
There’s always plenty of tips and advice when it comes to buying an investment property, but very little on what you do after you have purchased. This week’s podcast episode addresses that. I speak with Jeremy Goldschmidt from RentBetter about all things property management for investors.
Property – Yes or No with Veronica Morgan – Episode 172
This week I chat with Foxtel’s Location, Location, Location co-host Veronica Morgan and challenge her on some of the current narratives around property investment. Veronica’s a woman of strong opinions which made for a fun and entertaining chat.
Property Market Update – Episode 170
Jarrod McCabe from Wakelin Property Advisory joins us today to provide an update on the property market. One not to be missed.
What is the data telling us about the Australian Property Market with Pete Wargent
Pete Wargent is a property investment expert. He is a buyer’s advocate and does various bits and pieces within the property space. Pete’s background is as a chartered accountant. The content he produces on property investment tends to be very analytical and data driven. So I’ve invited him along to get his insight as to … Continued
Avoid borrowing mistakes with Stuart Wemyss, author of Rules of the Lending Game
You might have come across Stuart Wemyss via his regular contributions in the Australian newspaper, or his excellent podcast Investopoly. Stuart is a fellow financial planner, and in this week’s episode, we discuss his latest book Rules of the Lending Game. Whether you’re an investor, a homeowner with an existing mortgage, or an aspiring first … Continued