Property Developer Podcast

 

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

  • January 11, 2017

Tales from a Canadian property developer

Developers face many challenges and obstacles, and Canadian developer Dan Barona shares some stories on his experiences developing property in Ottawa.

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  • December 05, 2016

Tips for getting the most from a builder on a multi-unit property development

The building side of property development is one of the biggest pillars of the process, so getting it right is crucial to the overall success of your project.

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  • November 21, 2016

How property developers can shave months off their construction time

Completing your project faster means you get paid sooner. Finding ways to reduce time to completion is a perennial goal for property developers. So I speak with Peter Ward from Drouin West Timber & Truss about pre-fabrication or panelisation, which simply put means producing large sections of the building in a factory and then bolting it all together on site.

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  • November 10, 2016

How property developers can stand out in a crowded marketplace

Finding ways to stand out in a crowded marketplace is key to successfully selling out project after project. So we speak with real estate agent David Stewart about selling off the plan, marketing projects and staying ahead of the competition.

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  • September 27, 2016

How a building surveyor adds value to a property development project

A good building surveyor will play an important role in the construction of your property development project. While they do play an important compliance and certification role, they can also add value along the way that can help reduce costs, avoid …

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