Justin Gehde, the host of the Property Developer Podcast, loves property developing. And he loves speaking with people about property developing, best of all he loves speaking with property developers about the projects they are doing, what works well for them and what they have learnt along the way. He is hungry to learn from the best. So he tries to seek out the best developers and speak with them.
He enjoyed these conversations immensely and kept thinking it would be great to share this with others, and so the Property Developer Podcast was born. Also, being a developer can sometimes be a bit of a lonely game. Your partner doesn’t understand the intricacies of what is involved in developing, the challenges you face and the oh so regular problems that have to be solved. So this show is a way of sharing some knowledge and growing a community of developers who want to take their developing to the next level.
If that’s you then get on board, comment on the pages of the episodes you like, ask questions and let’s play a bigger game. If you would like to access the Property Developer Podcast home website please click here: Property Developer Podcast
- October 08, 2017
Video is a powerful way to share a story, and that power can be harnessed to help market and sell your property development project.
- October 07, 2017
Creating independent wealth is a great way to ensure your financial security is taken care of, and property development can be great way to leverage your capital, however how do you attain financial wealth?
- August 16, 2017
Making your money work harder can sound like a cliche but in such a capital intensive business as property developing, it pays to look at ways to recycle your money quicker and generate higher returns.
- August 14, 2017
- July 06, 2017
Wouldn't you love to always negotiate great deals. Secure that awesome parcel of land at a great price and on great terms. Get a buyer to pay top dollar for one of your properties. Well in my discussion with former FBI hostage negotiator, Chris Voss, you can learn how to do all those things and more. Chris has written a book called Never Split the Difference, a fantastic resource that I highly recommend you buy and read.