This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Mick & Dave... Ask Rob & Rob – How do I get my kids interested in property investment? PLUS: What kind of surveys should you get on a property?
What separates the high-achievers from the rest generally isn't technical ability or knowledge – it's having the attitude to spot and capitalise on opportunities, and overcome the inevitable challenges.
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Nadia and Tony ask Rob & Rob... Buy gradually, or go all-in? PLUS: Should I only invest in nice places?
This week our friend Pete Matthew is back, guiding us through alternative ways to get exposure to property – without owning it directly. We discuss different types of "collective investment" vehicles (such as REITs, OIECs and a whole bunch of other acronyms) as well as investments that track property rather [...]
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Simon asks if he should overpay his mortgage, and Joceline asks the best way to approach estate agents...
Back to all podcasts This week's episode is just a quick update, but wow are we excited: The Property Hub website has been completely re-built! In this short episode we explain: Why it was high time for an overhaul Improvements we've made to create better conversations in the forum [...]
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Ahmed... Asks Rob & Rob – My tenant has left me, what should I do?
Back to all podcasts We're often scrambling around to find something for our weekly news story, but this week it's all been happening – so we decided to round up the week's announcements while they're still fresh. We need another 1.8 million rental properties, says RICS Landlords have lost [...]
Back to all podcasts This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Bjorn... Asks Rob & Rob – How much of my net worth should be in property? The Rob's are possibly not unbiased on this frequently asked question, but they do try to give a balanced take on the [...]
Grab your passport and join us as we head off around the world of property investment, investigating whether you should be hopping on a plane instead of into a car to research your next acquisition.