Aug 18, 2022
What type of investment property should you go for when you start investing? Your host, Nathan Birch, details his preferred type of investment properties when he first started and still has in his personal investment property portfolio. Listen in for a No BS with Birchy episode as a series of charts and figures are presented to first-timers to take into consideration before entering a highly competitive property market.
(0:50) Houses vs units
(1:40) Should you invest into houses?
(3:15) It all comes down to affordability
(5:17) Number of Sydney apartment completions over time
(7:15) Number of Melbourne apartment completions over time
(8:25) Number of Brisbane apartment completions over time
(10:38) National weekly rents - property
(11:42) Weekly rents - capital city average
(13:05) Weekly rents - Australian capital cities
(14:15) This is why you should be a property investor
(16:45) Nathan Birch's preferred type of investment properties revealed
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