Quick Hits #18 - Why Real-Estate investing is rigged in favour of the Landlord - Property, Australia's Favourite Obsession

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Quick Hits #18 - Why Real-Estate investing is rigged in favour of the Landlord

In PAFO Quickhits #18 Jeremy outlines some of the ways that the real-estate market seems to be rigged in favour of the landlord! In the leadup to our "5 drivers of real-estate prices" series that we will be releasing fortnightly as Quickhits episodes. This content has previously been sold as an online course so be sure to tune in and share it around to any friends that might be embarking on their real-estate investment journey!

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About the Podcast

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Property, Australia's Favourite Obsession
We can't get away from it - everybody has a connection to property, as a tenant, a homeowner or as a landlord; hence our obsession with it!

About your host

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Jeremy Calnan

I just love investments and I’m obsessed with property.

Ever since I was a young kid and mum used to take me along to open inspections, I’ve had a keen interest in property.

Discussion around our kitchen table used to regularly include the topic of property, I guess you could say it’s in my genes.

Having worked as an investment professional since the early 1990’s the GFC prompted me to ask the question “What causes the share market to crash at regular intervals”.

I found the answer to this question in the study of land economics, which surprised me, until I really thought about it, and then I couldn’t believe I hadn’t seen it sooner!

Once I understood land economics and the true drivers of the property market, I was provided with a unique insight into how property interacts with the credit and share markets.

More importantly, it brought me back to my obsession with property!

I live in the beautiful city of Adelaide with my wife Alice and my spare time is spent watching my two sons playing AFL football or just relaxing with family and friends.

Professionally I’m a director of Calnan Flack an Investment, Financial Advice and Education Company with my time divided between funds management and the creation of financial education for clients.

Jeremy Calnan (AR 244353) and Calnan Flack Pty Ltd (AR 446976) are Authorised Representatives of PGW Financial Services Pty Ltd – AFSL 384713.

See calnanflack.com for more information.