Realty Talk: The Steven Bradbury of Property + Avoiding a Dangerous Buying Strategy

On Realty Talk this week, property experts Pete Wargent, Cate Bakos and Todd Sloan join host Bushy Martin to talk about the Adelaide opportunity, along with smart and dangerous buying strategies.

Why has Adelaide become known as “the Steven Bradbury of property”? Todd Sloan, a leading sales agent with Timms Real Estate in South Australia chats with Bushy Martin on Realty Talk to explain why.

Pete Wargent will also open your eyes to the vital importance of defining your buying strategy, especially in today’s property market, as opposed to ‘buying and hoping for the best.’

We then take a look at the fact that competition for real estate is still strong across the country, resulting in many people buying any available property just to get their foot on the property ladder. Cate Bakos says this fool-hardy. 

To end, Bushy Martin gives listeners a rundown on the massive impact credit cards have on your ability to secure your next property.

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