Property Buyer Expo

We are attending the Property Buyer Expo this October
and would love to see you there.

So… your tickets to the expo are on us!

Hear Philippe on stage presenting
How smart investors are succeeding in the changing property landscape

Fri 20 OCT 15:30 | Sun 22 OCT 12:30

In the last 2-3 years, the property investment landscape in Australia has changed forever. APRA forced banks to slow down investor loan growth, signalling radical adjustments in investment lending. At the same time, ASIC enforced a “responsible lending” attitude by banks to protect consumers. With these substantial changes, savvy investors are already redesigning their strategies and reviewing their practices to their benefit.
Philippe will cover the consequences of the changes and how to adapt to them, what type of real estate to purchase, how to prepare before making a loan application ensuring you optimise your borrowing capacity, and much more.

Note: We have a limited number of free entry tickets available.

Register now and get your FREE tickets!

Previous Expos:

Property Buyer Expo 2016

So what was last year's Sydney Property Buyer Expo like?

Noisy, alive, busy and buzzing! From the exhibitors to the visitors, from the experts to the learners, from the speakers to the listeners – it was all happening. And then, of course, there was our book launch which we celebrated by inviting everyone along for champagne and nibbles. We had a great time, loads of people took a copy of the book and we hope they are already in the midst of reading it – in fact, 4 days on, we’ve had feedback from people who have already finished it and want to meet and discuss their investing options.

Our stand was very busy each day, and we want to say a huge thanks to everyone who stopped by and it was great to meet many, many new people, as well as to put faces to names of those we already know! Our small group Focus Sessions were popular again with participants being able to discuss specific points with Philippe, and his daily on-stage presentations drew huge crowds, with standing room only.