Features

  • Who makes better investments: men or women?

    Michael Yardney looks at five different styles of property investment and their pros and cons

  • 12 ugly truths about property investing

    Anyone who invests in property believing it’s going to be risk and hassle free is making a mistake, as there are always risks involved

  • Don't believe everything you read about property

    Too much information has long been a feature of the property investing landscape, but opinions often hide agendas or even incompetence

  • Commercial lending roundup 2017-18

    MPA asks a raft of commercial lenders for their insights on the biggest changes in the space; where brokers can find commercial clients, what support the lenders can offer them, and about their plans for the future

  • Reverse mortgages: reaching maturity

    A combination of Australia’s ageing population and high property prices is driving up demand for reverse mortgages. MPA and Heartland Seniors Finance explain how brokers can get started

  • Outback broking with Robinson Sewell Partners1 comments

    Brad Sewell, director of multi-award-winning brokerage Robinson Sewell Partners, talks to MPA about engagement fees, finding partners, and how business is bustling in outback Australia

  • How Generation Z will change property investment

    Generation Z - born between the mid to late 1990s and the mid-2000s - will have different property tastes, meaning you need to adapt

  • Commercial broking, beyond the deal

    MPA talks to ANZ about the after-sales service products that could boost your business client base

  • John Rolfe: Building up Elders

    The head of Elders Home Loans talks to MPA about the company’s plans for growth, and how regulatory changes are impacting brokers, particularly in rural Australia

  • Employee to full-time investor

    Many Australians fall in love with property, and fall even more in love with the idea of giving up their day job to live off their real estate profits indefinitely. But what steps are required to actually make this happen? Brendan Kelly lays it on the line