Can house prices fall 30%?

If history is a guide, then people are panicking about nothing. A few people in the media are now talking about house prices falling 30%. Is this unusual? Well, no. People talk about this all the time. Like every six months or so. People talking about 30% falls is incredibly common. But what about falls […]

T-Bomb: How much would you pay for stillness?

Truth Bomb Tuesday: We used to crave stimulation. Now only the rich can get away from it. I don’t know if you remember the early days when mobile phones first came out. They were the ultimate status symbol – a military-grade transmitter the size of a house brick. Only the very rich had them. But […]

Video: Best Jobs Market In 48 Years!

Economic bloodbath? Maybe so, but the job market didn’t get the message. Infact, the market is looking stronger than it has in half a DECADE. It sounds like sunshine and rainbows, but there’s more to the story. And I’m diving it into it. Here’s everything on the agenda: Why unemployment fell to a 48-year low,…But […]

Stop the RBA before it hurts someone!

Does the RBA have the right tools for the job? So the RBA shocked everyone last week when they hiked rates by a double-dose of 50 basis points. Nobody expected that. Markets were stunned. The RBA is keen to let us know that it thinks the economy is ‘resilient’ enough to hack it, and that […]

T-Bomb: Why your first step is always a power move

Truth Bomb Tuesday: How to make sure your goals aren’t empty dreams. Help us out here. I’m road testing a new motto. What do you think? “Invite tomorrow, empower today.” Catchy? Can you see on it on a motivational poster with some dolphins and stuff? I’m trying to catch a really important balancing act that’s […]

The dirty secret in the GDP data

If the economy is going great guns, why does it feel like I’m going backwards? So we got the first quarter GDP data last week. It was pretty good all things considering. Defying expectations, and flying over a quarter marked by Covid outbreaks and massive floods, GDP delivered. The economy grew by 0.8% in the […]

Video: What does the new Labor Government mean for property?

We have a new government… A new Prime Minister… But more importrantly, a new plan for property. I’ve deep dived into Labour’s potential plans for Aussie property, the good, the bad, and profittable. Here’s the points I’m covering: Although the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme is expected to be popular among buyers, it could lead to […]

T-Bomb: Why 95% of people worry too much

Truth Bomb Tuesday: You just don’t need to worry so much about what people think You probably care way too much about what people think about you. I can say that with confidence because 95% of people care way too much about what people think of them. (The remaining 5% are psychopaths.) And the reason […]

Foreigners eyeing off Aussie homes

I mean, who doesn’t love Aussie property? I don’t know if you were in the market during the last cycle, but around 2016 one of the big themes in Aussie property was the influence of foreign buyers. Back then, regulation seemed a bit lax – actually, I shouldn’t say that. The laws were there. But […]