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Jul 20, 2017

Property Management expert Hayley Mitchell began her career in 1999 and went on to become partner of a large Property Management Agency. Today, she is the co-director of Domain & Co and continues to deliver excellent, personal service to her clients.

 

In today’s episode, Hayley talks about what led her to becoming a Property Manager. She explains that when looking for a good tenant, it’s all about “selling the property” and identifies the benefits of establishing a good relationship with tenants from day one.

 

“If you set it up right in the beginning, you don’t have headaches in the end.”   – Hayley Mitchell

 

In This Episode of Property Secrets:

  • Skills you need to be a good Property Manager
  • The importance of treating tenants and landlords equally
  • Advantages of selling the benefits of the property to potential tenants
  • The tools Hayley uses to generate interest in the properties she has for rent
  • The difference between a bad Property Manager and an exceptional one
  • Her screening process for potential tenants

 

Hayley’s Insider Property Secrets:

  • When selecting a Property Manager don’t solely base your decision on the their fees but rather on your gut feel.
  • Don’t feel stuck with the agent you’re working with if you’re not satisfied with the performance. Change agents if necessary.

 

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Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Property Secrets podcast – the show that provides you with an insider’s guide on how you can profit from buying, developing, or investing in property.  If you enjoyed today’s episode,  head over to iTunes and give us a rate and review to help us reach even more aspiring new entrepreneurs. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or check us out on Twitter to stay up-to-date on the what’s in store for you!

Jul 6, 2017

Tom Braegelmann is the CEO of GCA Equity Partners, a company that lends contractors and developers financial support for their real estate investment projects. Tom has experience being on both sides of the negotiation table – from being an active property investor to now offering great financing deals to other investors. He is the author of the book Bank Free Blueprint, teaching people how to invest collaboratively to reduce their dependence on bank investments.

 

In today’s episode, Tom talks about his book Bank Free Blueprint and the system he created which allows investors to work and profit together on a project. He explains how his model applies to projects of any size - whether it’s a $50,000 project or a venture that costs $5,000,000. 

”The less moving parts you have on a project, the less risk.”   – Tom Braegelmann

In This Episode of Property Secrets:

  • What is collaborative investment
  • How Tom came up with the Profit-Sharing Model that allows people to work together and are compensated for what they bring to the table
  • Differences between a passive investor and an active investor
  • How to use the checklists in Tom’s book when presenting your proposal as an active investor to a passive investor

Tom’s Insider Property Secrets:

If you are proposing that you personally contribute to the labour aspect of a project, be ready to answer the questions that your financiers may have before they ask them. Prepare all the necessary documents and proof that you are able to get the job done.

 

Reach Out to Tom Braegelmann:

 

 

 

Give Us a Rate & Review!     

     

Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Property Secrets podcast – the show that provides you with an insider’s guide on how you can profit from buying, developing, or investing in property.  If you enjoyed today’s episode,  head over to iTunes and give us a rate and review to help us reach even more aspiring new entrepreneurs. Don’t forget to check out our website, visit us on Facebook, or check us out on Twitter to stay up-to-date on the what’s in store for you!

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