Brett Warren is a director of Metropole Properties in Brisbane and uses his 12 plus years property investment experience and economics education to advice clients how to build their portfolios.
He is a regular commentator for Michael Yardney's Property Update.
Currently many investors are wondering if it’s the right time in the cycle to buy property
Are you eager to create a greater level of wealth?
Would you like to understand the key factors that drive our property markets?
As a potential home buyer or investor, I am sure this thought crosses your mind too
Are you considering buying property based on recent headlines that working from home is a game changer for property?
Do you understand the difference between physical growth and capital growth?
Have you turned on the TV or read a newspaper lately?
Are you currently doing research on the Queensland property market?
We could all do with more cash in our pockets, right?
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