Kevin Turner worked in radio as General Manager of various east coast radio stations. He started in real estate in 1988 and was ranked in the Top 10 Salespeople in the state until he was appointed as State CEO 1992.
He operated a number of real estate offices as business owner and was General Manager of several real estate offices in Christchurch.
He now hosts a real estate show on Radio 4BC and a weekly podcast at www.realestatetalk.com.au. He is the host of a daily 7 to 10 minute podcast show for real estate professionals at www.reuncut.com.au.
A report released recently has revealed that Chinese purchased property worth $17.4 billion in Australia in 2017. And in New Zealand, it was $1 billion. Carrie Law from Juwai looks at how that stacks up with previous years.
The competition is just as high in the 24 hours after a property has been passed in at auction, as at the auction itself. New research reveals that passed-in properties don’t commonly sell for less than the last bid. Auctioneer of the year Justin Nickerson gives us the insight on this fact.
You’ve heard of the old man with a beard sitting in a corner waiting for the best time to buy property as he waits for the market to bottom out. I wonder what evidence people who do this use and why they think the grass is always greener. Miriam Sandkuhler has a view and she shares it with us.
The lowest interest rates we have experienced in a long time could be encouraging some first time investors to stick their toe in the water. If that is you – Richard Crabb from Aspire Advisor Network has the seven essential factors to consider before you do.
The first comprehensive report on the state of the Australian off the plan market has been released. The report is the result of in depth interviews with 201 of Australia’s leading developers and agents who between them sell almost 20,000 off the plan properties each year. Jon Ellis from Investorist gives us the lowdown.