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Who's really in control when you buy a property? The Elephant In The Room is where the things that no one wants to talk about, actually get talked about. Veronica Morgan, real estate agent, buyers agent and co-host of Foxtel’s Location Location Location Australia & Chris Bates, financial planner, mortgage broker and wealth coach have joined forces to find out what’s really going on in the world of real estate. Veronica and Chris talk to property owners and buyers every day in their respectiv ...
 
Do you love things so much, that sometimes you have to make fun of them? Channeling both beauty and bitchiness, Mic and Morgan take their dear listeners on a journey through all things Pop Culture, under the microscope. We talk all things relevant in our current content zeitgeist-put it on a pedestal-and then knock it down a notch. Come explore the best of Escapism through games, stories, background information and other musings! We will scrutinize all things Fantasy,TV, Film, Books, Enterta ...
 
SoapBox Productions and Organizing's affiliate podcast pairs critical analyses of media, culture, politics, and everyday happenings with the tastiest of spirits. With a Chicago focus, BrownTown (friends and colleagues Caullen Hudson and David A. Moran) unpacks current events, social issues, and gives personal insight into various topics with the occasional help of the most talented and creative activists, artists, filmmakers, academics, and social entrepreneurs. Find more at SoapBoxPO.com/po ...
 
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We are honoured to have renowned economist Saul Eslake on the podcast to discuss all things Australian economy. Saul Eslake has worked in Australian financial markets for over 25 years, including several chief economist roles in Mcintosh, ANZ and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and has worked in an advisory capacity with the federal government. Saul…
 
“A mind-frying congregation of vibrating exoskeletons, birds and mammals celebrating the gifts of rainfall around a newly formed lake in the Louga région of Senegal. These party animals were nowhere to be seen or heard for months prior to the rainfall, having had to endure an uncomfortably long dry spell.” www.el-enany.com…
 
“I live nearby this really captivating and ominous water tower so walked up the hill there. It sounded surprisingly crunchy because it’s gotten quite icy and I was walking through some icy long grass, so maybe not the typical snow sound.”By Field Recordings
 
Amanda Farmer, Strata Lawyer, is a go-to-expert in "strata world" with over 15 years experience as a strata lawyer. Amanda joins us again to clear up what is going on in Strata properties when it comes to owning pets. Recently, the New South Wales Supreme Court declared that a blanket ban on pets in strata buildings is harsh, unconscionable or oppr…
 
In this edition of Suburbs Trends, Kent gives the scoop on the current state of university towns and feeder suburbs. With the majority of international students returning to their country of origin during the beginning of COVID Australian university towns especially in Victoria have suffered the consequences with high unemployment, low property pri…
 
Veiled behind a strong border defence, you can come out but you can’t come in. It begs the question: what is going on with the Brisbane property market? In this episode Veronica chats shop with Meighan Wells on the state of the Brisbane market, making note of the vast structural differences to other capital cities, how the WFH movement shifted more…
 
“I’ve heard this train for months now at my home approximately 7 miles (11.25 km) away and waited 2 hours for it to pass one morning. Being so close was a stunning experience, feeling the ground move, watching the tracks wave as the rail cars passed over and one lone spike that would jump making a hammering sound.” www.throwbackreviews.com/theavera…
 
“I stayed one or two nights in this hotel that was directly opposite Shinjuku park. Not a field per se but a pretty standard urban park: fairly landscaped, surrounded by tall buildings, not really particularly ‘wild’ or full of ‘nature’, apart from the turtles in the fountains (you can hear the sound of the water in this recording too). But the cri…
 
In our fourth Q&A host special, Veronica and Chris dive deep into questions that you have sent in, covering topics on the difference between growth and yield, how would they change their property strategy if they had their current knowledge when they started out and what will the market hold post Covid; will it boom or will it bust? Questions: What…
 
Has Covid sped up and/or changed the direction that modern Australian cities will take? Bernard Gallagher, Owner and Regional Director of Ethos Urban. Ethos Urban has played an instrumental role in developing Barangaroo, Central Park and the recent redevelopment of Darling Harbour. Bernard and our host discuss the future of Australian cities, and p…
 
GUEST Stephanie Skora is a Chicago-based unapologetic femme, a statistically middle-aged genderqueer trans woman, a lesbian reclamationist, and an anti-racist, anti-Zionist white Jew practicing her spiritual tradition through the Religious Anarchist Jewish practice. Born with some pretty bad paperwork errors, raised in a deeply conservative suburb …
 
In today's episode, we have Paul Benson, Principal of Guidance Financial Services and published author of Financial Autonomy. Paul has been working as a financial planner for the last 20 years, working with a wide spectrum of clients, helping them gain ‘financial autonomy’. Paul gives his two cents on the property versus shares debate, adding in ex…
 
Kym Nitschke the ‘jack of all trade’ regales the team on the exciting trials and tribulations of an accountant on the quest to discover the best ways to structure property portfolios. Kym is the CEO of Nitschke Nancarrow Accountants which has over 1200 business and individual clients, he is a qualified financial advisor, chartered accountant and is…
 
In this Suburb Trends update, Kent and the team talk shop on the cardinal rule of the Australian property market; that there is not just one market. This being said why is that? What makes property different? The team discusses the differences between the aspirational and the affordable property markets noting why developers choose to offload ‘prem…
 
GUEST Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Genta is a creative devotee of the artistic community. He attended the specialized magnet school Denver School of the Arts for middle and high school, which gave him a solid foundation in musical performance and theory as well as an introduction into audio engineering. After spending some time at the Unive…
 
Have you ever wondered how suburbs are designed? What makes that suburb a community? And the role that urban designers play in moulding modern Australia? Lucinda Hartley Co-Founder of Neighbourlytics.com, discusses these complex questions with our hosts. Lucinda and her co-founder Jessica Christian-Franks have led the global conversation on urban i…
 
While we search for the secret sauce on what makes a premium sales agent we find Tanja Lee, who believes we should flip the switch on how agents sell; leaving the egoic culture behind for trustworthiness and transparency. Tanja Lee started off as a vendor looking for their perfect agent, and now is one of the leading leadership development coaches …
 
Martin North jumps into the deep end in this episode mythbusting common misconceptions of property, highlighting the terrible deals and properties people get sold into everyday. All property grows 7% every year, government grants are the best thing since sliced bread and believing that the cheap brand new property you just bought will help you ‘rid…
 
Welcoming back Jimmy Thomson from the infamous and hilarious episode 106 where he regaled our hosts on nightmare neighbours, unbelievable stories and insane experiences. In this episode Warren Coleman joins the chat on their brand new ‘podcom’ called Hyperbole Towers which brings together a comical approach to what it is like to live in a strata co…
 
GUESTS Grace Del Vecchio is a freelance reporter and undergrad student at DePaul University. When she first moved to Chicago from Philadelphia in 2018, she worked as an organizer for multiple Chicago grassroots and electoral campaigns before transitioning to journalism. While her work covers a wide range of topics, she focuses on social movements a…
 
In this edition of Suburb Trends monthly report the team and Kent Lardner crack the lid on what suburbs are only now feeling the effects of COVID, including what areas that are seeing a massive influx of consumer demand. On top of this we analyse the data between housing prices and units prices and what this means for suburbs future growth.Here’s w…
 
In this episode we welcome Simon Bligh, CEO of illion. illion is the leading independent provider of data and analytics to the largest industries in Australia and New Zealand, providing insights into the spending behaviour through leveraging their data on over 25 million consumers. Simon gives the wrap on the recent and controversial early access t…
 
We love nothing more than data, data and data, and in this episode we interview Dr Nicola Powell, Senior Research Analyst at Domain, she is at the helm of Domain’s data reports and has appeared in various mainstream media outlets. Nicola delves deep into the search data and behavioural science of buyers and sellers, also giving us tips and tricks o…
 
GUEST Taylor Maness is a socialist organizer who has spent years building power with labor unions and community organizations. He spends his downtime suffering in cold Minnesota winters and studying mathematics, science fiction, and history. OVERVIEW BrownTown shares virtual space with friend of SoapBox and socialist organizer Taylor Maness as they…
 
From meeting rooms at midday to digital boardroom online, we interviewed Lisa Dowie, chief customer officer at PEXA. PEXA has been instrumental in delivering new tech solutions to the outdated property market by connecting all the stakeholders in the transaction. In this episode we discuss how the paper trail ends with PEXA and how the complete dig…
 
GUEST Morgan Malone is a public servant, expert in human-centered design and collective impact, and dedicated resident of the Southside of Chicago. Morgan has worked across the civic landscape in a variety of roles that have informed her holistic lens and approach to finding solutions and fixing systems. Known for her aptitude in building and restr…
 
Welcoming back Director of Research of The Demographics Group, Simon Kuestenmacher. Simon was a guest back in Episode 40 where he outlined the potential problems of Australia's aging population and the current population growth. In this episode we breakdown the impact of COVID on society, specifically how our behaviours and attitudes to work have a…
 
Every week we chat about Australia's major property markets, but how does Canberra compare and what are its growth prospects? In this episode we speak with Canberran Claire Corby, one of the only buyers agents to work exclusively in Canberra. We discuss the interesting caveats of owning property in Australia's capital city, how has Canberra’s marke…
 
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