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The Commercial Property Show Australia is about the ins and outs of Investing in Commercial Property. We have assembled the best and most experienced minds in Commercial Property to give the beginner right up to the professional investor market news and investing tips. At any one time there is over 90 years of Investing experience on each episode.
 
Podcast about the power of commercial estate and the everyday people succeeding in commercial real estate investing. We bring together experienced and aspiring investors in one podcast to share valuable tips and advice to help you become a better investor. Who is this podcast for? For the novice and expert real estate investors, syndicators, lenders, property managers and advisors. Listen along and learn as Dana Robinson from Sidestreet Ventures interviews the best and the brightest.
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 1,100 episodes in this Monday - Friday podcast, business and investment guru Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), Will ...
 
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Jerry covers 16 ways to influence the value of commercial assets via means of increasing the overall rental income and the ability to redefine the offer. Find out more information and apply for the Commercial Property Mastermind: https://www.commercialpropertyinvestor.co.uk/mastermind-accountability-programme/ Join the Commercial Property Investor …
 
On this episode of Tech Talk Radio, EG head of content Emily Wright speaks to Insurami chief executive and founder Majed Chaaraoui and head of partnerships Jack Sibley. Launched in 2019, Insurami effectively operates as a large-scale Deposit Guarantee platform for commercial real estate and is currently used by companies including The Howard De Wal…
 
Chris DeVoy shares the future of building compliance and how his company is making it easier for Commercial investors to understand which buildings are complying and which buildings aren't. CP DATA www.commercialpropertydata.com.au FACEBOOK GROUP - Commercial Property Show Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/commercialpropertyshow The Commerc…
 
On the latest episode of Inside Commercial Property with Rethink Investing, hosts Phil Tarrant and Scott O’Neill talk about how the economy’s reopening will impact real estate markets – particularly commercial properties.It’s all systems go for Australia’s economic rebound, as the country welcomed its first international arrivals after more than 18…
 
Today Jason talks about the debt-based asset class, how we should never have the FOMO- fear of missing out when investing in real estate, how to ride the economic storms! He also shares his speech at an Investment Fund Conference in Utah about inflation, government intrusion and censorship, and why you should use his inflation induced debt destruct…
 
On 11 October, the RICS announced changes to its professional Rules of Conduct, which will come into force in February 2022. Ahead of the change, EG’s Bricks & Mortar host, Sarah Jackman takes a look at the detail and what both its members and APC candidates need to do to ensure compliance. Joining her for a look at the detail are Christine O’Rourk…
 
When US-based tech giant Katerra shut down operations in June, it sent a ricochet through the construction technology sector. After raising billions of dollars’ worth of funding, the Softbank-backed modular pioneer collapsed under debt following the pandemic. Now, four of the group's former executives have joined forces once more to lead the US rol…
 
In this week’s round-up of news from the team at EG, deputy editor Tim Burke hosts as a poor man’s Jess Harrold, and is joined by news editor Pui-Guan Man and residential editor Emma Rosser. The trio discuss Landsec’s moves to pick up a new outlets portfolio as well as a piece of the Bluewater shopping centre; Bradley Baker’s promotion to chief exe…
 
Today is a special episode because it is both a Flash Back Friday AND a 10th episode show. It is from episode 650, first published last March 24, 2016. For decades John Tesh has been entertaining people in all walks of life. He has excelled in live performances, sports announcing, news programs and now in radio on his Intelligence for Your Life TV …
 
Happy thanksgiving! We may have a bunch of problems in our country but we can still be grateful for not waking up in North Korea today! He also talks about lessons from the 1970's, the real rates of return, the giant gap in inflation reports and the big lie that "inflation is good for the poor." We also hear from Ashley about the history of Zimbabw…
 
Hybrid working looks to be here to stay. That not only means that offices need to work harder than ever before to lure tenants back but a wide range of other asset classes must up their connectivity game. On this episode of Tech Talk Radio, EG head of content Emily Wright is joined by Wiredscore president William Newton and Watkins Jones head of di…
 
Today we have a case study investor, Winston Templet. He is a member of both the Empowered Investor Inner Circle and The Collective Mastermind. He is a real estate investor with an amazing and very inspiring "rags to riches" story. He also has a unique way of calculating his ROI on his portfolio which he shares with us today. As Jason has taught be…
 
The office market in Cambridgeshire is flourishing as rents head towards the £50 psf level but a shortage of available land could hamper future growth, according to Bidwells senior surveyor George Craig. Bidwells leads the Cambridgeshire On-Demand Rankings for transacted space, with 822,813 sq ft disposed so far this year. It is a market led by the…
 
Jess Harrold is joined by deputy editor Tim Burke and news editor Pui-Guan Man for the latest weekly round-up podcast, with good news on the menu. Tim discusses how the real estate industry appears to be recovering from the worst of the Covid-19 crisis, with the latest results showing some major players turning profits and occupiers eager to take s…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday is from episode 622, originally released last January 18, 2016. This episode can be summed up by the popular saying “Everyone is a genius in a bull market”. Many financial hosts warn against taking on debt to build wealth. Jason clearly illustrates why we should be using fixed rate mortgage as a financing vehicle and outso…
 
The latest episode of the EG Property Podcast continues our Investing through Auctions series with a practical podcast focused on how to buy in the new normal The pandemic saw a massive shift to online auctions and brought with it a rise in newcomers to the auctions market. In this 30-minute episode EG editor Samantha McClary chatting with head of …
 
Jerry shares 10 tips on how to keep yourself motivated in the world of commercial property. It can be difficult to keep motivated when you are starting out in commercial property investing particularly when it seems nobody is interested in working with us. Sometimes it seems nobody wants to sell anything or at the very least there is lots going on …
 
In today’s episode, Jason talks about Inflation hitting a 31 year high, how rents are UP in the markets he recommends but FLAT in others! He also talks about the Phillips Curve, inflation and taxes and how it relates to real estate investing and that demand for single family rentals remain strong, and the Burns Single Family Rent Index. You can als…
 
Last week, the government introduced its anticipated legislative proposals on commercial rent arrears recovery for debts accumulated during the pandemic. They take the shape of the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill – introduced into Parliament last week – and a new Code of Practice for landlords and tenants. To discuss the background to the propos…
 
Welcome to the Jungle! Reality always surpasses imagination and it's wild out there! Jason breaks down what is happening out there today in the jungle: Reason Magazine reports how developers in St. Paul Minnesota halt projects and the mayor demands reform after voters approve a radical rent control ballot initiative; if there's no exemption for new…
 
In this week’s episode of Bricks & Mortar, EG’s Sarah Jackman is joined by Nina Zeilerbauer and Clare Coe of real estate recruitment specialist Madison Berkeley for a look at the employment market in the real estate sector. They attest to one of the busiest periods that they’ve ever seen, with lots of people – of all levels and across a range of se…
 
Jess Harrold is joined by deputy editor Tim Burke and London & offices reporter Alex Daniel for a wide-ranging round up of the week's hot topics. Daniel updates listeners on the office market and the surging interest in 22 Bishopsgate, including from Apple - and explains why controversial tower, The Tulip, has failed to get off the ground. Burke ta…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with JLL UK chief executive Stephanie Hyde and global head of sustainability services and ESG Guy Grainger to reflect on two weeks of COP26. Both relocated to Glasgow for the full duration of the event, attending numerous discussions to make sure they were learning more…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday is from episode 268 first published on July 14, 2012. Jason Hartman's monologue covers a range of topics, including: Some thoughts on 3-D Printing and how it may mean fewer U.S. manufacturing jobs in the near term, Paul and Wohlers say the growing number of factories that likely will relocate to the U.S. should yield a net…
 
When the pandemic gripped in March last year, the nation's auction rooms fell silent. Bidding, buying and selling went online and gavel-wielders had to become instant masters of more sophisticated technology. But what was it like for the ballroom-junkies to suddenly have to adapt to a virtual world? And what, if anything, would they keep as we head…
 
Jerry shares 6 vital questions on a viewing with a prospective work space customer. What seems like a simple process can have more complex aspects which are often overlooked. It takes time, experimentation with real live prospects and failures & successes to really work out what works best for you. For those of you who have just bought a multilet p…
 
Today Jason talks about the Zillow fiasco! But Redfin, Opendoors and Keller Williams has not gone unscathed. The arrogance of big tech has taken its toll. As Napoleon Bonaparte says "The most dangerous moment comes with victory." He also cites one of their investors with 150 properties making a profit, from appreciation alone- $500 PER HOUR. And if…
 
As COP26 continues in Glasgow, EG’s Sarah Jackman takes a look at how the dilapidations process can be made greener. Joining her to discuss the topic are Jon Rowling, technical partner and dilapidations specialist at TFT, Siobhan Cross, real estate dispute resolution partner at Pinsent Masons, and Allan Clark, head of sustainability and facilities …
 
The industrial market in Kent is enjoying its strongest ever year thanks to ease of access and hugely competitive rental values, according to Caxtons Commercial director and head of commercial agency Mark Coxon. The Radius On-Demand Rankings for Kent reveal Caxtons Commercial has transacted almost 220,000 sq ft across 20 deals so far this year. Chi…
 
Today Jason gives us a recap of the The Collective's first Mastermind event in Scottsdale Arizona- raising capital, racing cars and fashion shows. Next event is in Florida. If you are interested, contact Jason at TheCollectiveMastermind.com. He also dissects the current construction worker shortage according to an article in RealTrends.com This epi…
 
Jess Harrold is joined by head of content Emily Wright and, dialling in from Glasgow during COP26, editor Sam McClary for a lively conversation on environmental, social and corporate governance matters. McClary sends her message to the sector that real estate can and should be leading the fight to solve the climate crisis, while Wright offers her t…
 
Kicking off the Motel series is a third generation hotelier, Jay Anderson. He explains the complex due diligence process required to successfully identify a strong performing location. He also shares the metrics and reports that you need to know about. CP DATA www.commercialpropertydata.com.au FACEBOOK GROUP - Commercial Property Show Community htt…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday is from episode 916 first published last November 27, 2017. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Jason Hartman found himself looking through his old books in his mom's house. In the stacks he found two books that were key in his investing journey, The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump, and Mission Success by Og Mandino. Jason expl…
 
Jerry chats with Jay Hogarty about his experiences of the charity sector within Retail markets, on finding opportunities and making them happen when others can't see the value add. With over 30 years of retail property experience from high street to charity retail, property speculator, landlord & charity retail consultant Jay Hogarty provides a uni…
 
In today's 10th episode, Jason welcomes Kari Lake. Kari is an American former television news journalist and anchor for KSAZ-TV television station in Phoenix. She stepped down from her anchor role in March 2021. She is a Republican candidate in the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election. Jason's Editorial: [3:11] NPR's Skimpflation [4:56] Shrinkflatio…
 
Jess Harrold is joined by partner Michael Stacey and associate Pauline Lam, both from Russell Cooke, to discuss the recent county court ruling in Fairhurst v Woodard – a nuisance and breach of privacy claim between neighbours which involved use of Ring doorbell cameras. Stacey and Lam address the breach of privacy and data protection issues raised …
 
Today Jason gives some very important updates on the the rental market, and the many signs of the growing divide between rich and poor, cyclical market surveys, mass affluence, mass poverty, the widening gap between the “haves and the have nots.” Key Takeaways: [1:45] Massive Rent Increases by Institutional Investors [2:36] Entry Level Housing Shor…
 
Haunted by technical difficulties, delivery people and other distractions, Jess Harrold is joined by editor Sam McClary and residential editor Emma Rosser, all in high spirits for a Halloween episode of EG’s weekly roundup – including their bleary-eyed rundown of all the fun of the EG Awards. McClary shares her experiences of co-hosting the event w…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday is from episode 583 with Tren Griffin originally published last October 19, 2015. Tren Griffin doesn’t know the current stock price of Berkshire Hathaway and says Warren Buffett probably doesn’t either. Day-to-day ups and downs in the market don’t affect feasible, long-term investments. Value investing, traditionally known…
 
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined his spending plans for a “new economy post-Covid” – but what will his Autumn Budget mean for real estate? With business rates, housing, planning, levelling up and REIT taxes among the key points, there is plenty that the industry will need to digest. In this Budget special, news editor Pui-Guan Man is joined by M…
 
Jerry compares the benefits and drawbacks of CMO licensed vs. traditional leased space. There are some really striking advantages of CMO over standard leased space. It is not all plain sailing of course and there are also some downsides. If you want to create great cashflow, then CMO could be very interesting. Join the Commercial Property Investor …
 
It's part 2 of our interview with John Hyre, a tax attorney sounding the alarm on what the law makers are doing to control YOUR retirement funds, covertly slipping in legislation that will affect your SDIRAs, IRAs, ROTHs, 401ks etc. The Democratic House is looking to gut self-directed retirement accounts (especially IRAs, possibly 401(k)s and Solo …
 
In today's episode, we have John Hyre, a tax attorney sounding the alarm on what the law makers are doing to control YOUR retirement funds, covertly slipping in legislation that will affect your SDIRAs, IRAs, ROTHs, 401ks etc. You need to take action before it's too late. The Democratic House is looking to gut self-directed retirement accounts (esp…
 
Jess Harrold is joined by head of content Emily Wright and EGLSM debutant Phoenix Deutsch, recruitment account manager and member of EG’s diversity and inclusion committee, for the latest weekly podcast. Deutsch talks through the extensive work being done internally on D&I at EG, including our new mission statement - and shares her own views on the…
 
In Part 2 with Tourism Brokers Michael Philpott, he shares how lucrative some of these motel and caravan park deals can be and explains how to position yourself for success by buying inland for higher cash flow and eventually building up equity to purchase much larger assets. CP DATA www.commercialpropertydata.com.au FACEBOOK GROUP - Commercial Pro…
 
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