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Welcome to The Rentvesting Podcast!

If you’re a property owner, investor or looking to get into the market The Rentvesting Podcast will help cut through the hype, look at the facts and draw on decades of experience to help you make smarter property decisions.

Each week Red & Co Director, and Award Winning Finance Broker Jayden Vecchio will unpack the facts behind the property market, explain what’s really going & where the market is heading.

Are you ready to make better property decisions and learn to live where you want, but invest where you can afford?

Jul 29, 2017

In this week’s episode of the Rentvesting Podcast, we’re talking about commercial property. This week we’ve got a special guest, Thor Harrison who is a commercial real estate agent and manager at Net Rent Property in Brisbane. So far on the Rentvesting Podcast, we’ve only spoken about commercial properties in...


Jul 22, 2017

Today we’re comparing bankers to brokers, and what the advantages of using a mortgage broker are, or why you might go to a bank directly instead. Now that the industry has changed a lot with APRA on board and policies changing daily, rates moving up and down it’s time to know these things.

If you’ve had your...


Jul 15, 2017

In this week's episode of the Rentvesting Podcast, we're going to talk about the battle of growth. There was an article in the AFR about the growing number of Millenials investing in the stock market. So we're looking at the pros and cons of property verse shares and which one is better, in both situations.

Louis is...


Jul 8, 2017

On this week's episode of the Rentvesting Podcast we're talking about risk profiling. This episode is based on a question from Chris, looking at a bird's eye view of how you can be thinking of investing. We're breaking down why people make decisions and what risk profiling is based on. The question was around where...


Jul 1, 2017

In this week's episode, we're talking about Tim Gurner's latest interview and we're going to cover what our parents pre-1989 had in terms of net income and household budget, looking at what we've got and the cards we've been dealt and the ways we can all work through this.

Today we will run through:

  • Working overtime...