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Residential property is the only asset class we live in, it is where we raise our family’s, and it is our most expensive investment, yet property advice remains unregulated. Our objective is to educate time-poor professionals through deep insights from our experts who have provided thousands of Australians with personalised advice and education spanning two decades. In a climate where we are overloaded with information and one size fits all recommendations from the media, well-meaning friend ...
 
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https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: Market update 1. Expected end of year activity If you’re committed to purchasing a property, now is not the time to take your foot off the pedal. There is a distinct determination of buyers, vendors and agents to get deals don…
 
From ancient myths to the Batman trilogy, our storytelling culture is littered with villains embodied by disabled people and those with facial differences. Why does disability feature so heavily in our literary and cinematic traditions, and how has this hypervisibility had the ironic effect of erasing the experiences of disabled people? Ash Sarkar …
 
No vision of climate justice is complete without a roadmap towards reparations, argues Esther Stanford-Xosei in the final bonus episode from Planet B: Everything Must Change. Speaking to Harpreet Kaur Paul, the Indigenous reparationist, activist and advocate explains how histories of colonial injustice and racial discrimination have resulted in the…
 
Do progressives spend enough time challenging the multiple oppressions disabled people face? Have we taken the time to properly understand the models and frameworks that disabled activists use to guide their action, and comprehend the world? And have we properly considered how an exploration of the experience and treatment of disabled people could …
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week's episode, Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: Market update 1. Thank you for your feedback We’ve received a number of listener reviews that are insightful and also gave us honest feedback, which we really appreciate. One was in relation to past performance bias, specific…
 
When poorer countries face unpayable debts, their ability to mount a defence against climate breakdown is drastically weakened. That’s why any attempts to prevent ecological disaster must involve ending debts and co-operating on global tax measures, says Indian development economist Jayati Ghosh. In an extended interview with Harpreet Kaur Paul, Gh…
 
They are claimed from all sides and by all parties – but who are Britain’s ex-service personnel? What do they want? And what do their politics – whether conservative, liberal or socialist – tell us about Britain as a post-imperial country? Aaron Bastani speaks to Joe Glenton, journalist and author of Veteranhood.…
 
When we think about debt, we often think of money owed by countries in the Global South to institutions like the World Bank and IMF. But there is another kind of debt – the climate debt owed by the most polluting nations in the global north to those who have contributed the least to climate breakdown, yet are worst affected by its impacts. In the s…
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: Market update 1. Handicaps for ‘subject’ to clauses The Property Buyer shares how agents are getting creative when dealing with a pool of buyers who don’t want to submit unconditional offers. One particular agent is sharing a …
 
A global Green New Deal must enshrine people’s right to move – and also their right to stay, says Asad Rehman, executive director of anti-poverty charity War on Want. In an extended interview, Rehman talks to Dalia Gebrial about the emergence of the ‘climate refugee’ – and how this narrow definition will help countries in the global north to shirk …
 
The fight against climate breakdown requires us to imagine a world without borders, says activist and writer Harsha Walia in this extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. The Canadian author, whose books include Undoing Border Imperialism and Border and Rule, tells Dalia Gebrial why borders are themselves products of capitalism, in…
 
Who dares to rewrite 40,000 years of history? Archaeologist David Wengrow and the late anthropologist David Graeber offer a radically different story of our social evolution in their new book, The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity. Drawing on groundbreaking research gathered over a decade of collaboration, their mighty 700-page tome upe…
 
In the fifth episode of Planet B: Everything Must Change, Dalia Gebrial explores the countless ways in which climate breakdown is driving the displacement of people, from the destruction of homes and subsistence livelihoods to the increasing scarcity of work in drought-afflicted countries. Who benefits from the idea of the ‘climate refugee’? Why do…
 
From food scarcity to extreme weather, climate change will affect the lives of billions around the world. At what point are its future horrors unacceptable? And how should that shape climate politics now? Aaron Bastani speaks to Andreas Malm, author of How To Blow Up A Pipeline and White Skin, Black Fuel, about the limits of today’s activism and wh…
 
Worker exploitation and environmental degradation are both rife and invisible in the shipping networks on which global capitalism depends, explains professor and author Laleh Khalili in this bonus interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. The writer of Sinews of War and Trade, an investigation into the secretive world of maritime trade, tell…
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week’s episode, Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: 1. Do cash rate rises slow down house prices? The Property Professor shares his recent research covering the last 30 years of cash rate rises and the effect on property prices. Is there a correlation? Listen to find out and v…
 
Māori activist Tina Ngata explains why the fight against climate breakdown must involve a radical rethink of our relationship with the ocean in this extended interview from Planet B: Water. More than a commodity or an infinite resource, water is part of our genealogy, argues Ngata, who works as an advocate for environmental, Indigenous and human ri…
 
The #ACFM gang square up a suitably momentous topic for their milestone 20th Trip: revolution! Nadia Idle, Jeremy Gilbert and Keir Milburn wonder how the idea of political revolution ever became thinkable, and if it’s still thinkable today. Was the sexual revolution a real revolution? How did disillusionment with Soviet communism affect our politic…
 
In anticipation of the next Trip, the ACFM trio deliver a condensed but essential history of revolution from Oliver Cromwell to Fidel Castro, with stop-offs in France, America, Haiti, China, Spain and Russia. What does it take to cook up a revolution? Is the French Revolution still relevant to our idea of radical social upheaval? Can we have unlimi…
 
How have we come to see our oceans as either a vehicle for trade or a site of limitless resources? In the fourth episode of Planet B, we ask why water, the most basic necessity of life, always has a price. Harpreet Kaur Paul finds out how capitalism has fundamentally changed our relationship with water, from the commodification of the seas during t…
 
Climate journalist Kate Aronoff explores the power – and limitations – of the Green New Deal in this extended interview from the Planet B series. Why are large-scale infrastructure projects seen as pivotal to the political success of any climate strategy? And what would happen if we looked at our infrastructure needs – from housing and energy to wa…
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ Market update 1. Spotting the suburbs across Australia that are suffering rental losses Our good friend Mike Mortlock from MCG Quantity Surveyors has instituted a rental losses index, which is a direct reflection of vacancy rates. A fantastic tool for any investor to add to their toolki…
 
Yanis Varoufakis explains why the fight against climate breakdown requires us to bring down the bankers and the oligarchs in an extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. Speaking to Dalia Gebrial, the Greek politician and economist argues that we have run out of time to tax the rich and calls on younger generations to build popular …
 
Who builds? Who benefits? Who pays? In the third episode of Planet B: Everything Must Change, host Dalia Gebrial finds out why infrastructure has become a touchstone for climate movements across the global north. From Bernie Sanders’ Green New Deal for public housing to Jeremy Corbyn’s pledge of a green industrial revolution, this kind of climate p…
 
In this #ACFM Microdose to accompany the gang’s recent Trip into space, Keir is joined by Fred Scharmen, author of Space Forces: A Critical History of Life in Outer Space. Drawing on his background in architecture and spatial design, Scharmen unpacks the human desire to go into space and create new worlds from scratch. How do the rocket-powered end…
 
Activist and journalist Julian Brave NoiseCat explains the importance of land rights and sovereignty in the fight against climate breakdown in an extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. Speaking to Harpreet Kaur Paul, he explores the long history of Indigenous resistance to land colonialism and argues that the Indigenous experienc…
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week’s episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: Weekly market updates 1. Investor activity and the impact on our rental markets CoreLogic data shows that from early 2017 through to 2019, investor lending started to drop away due to APRA intervention. That means that less in…
 
Noam Chomsky warns against a Green New Deal that would save capitalism rather than dismantling it in an extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. The eminent activist and political writer talks to Dalia Gebrial about his vision of a Green New Deal and the lessons we can take from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s original political project. H…
 
In the second episode of Planet B: Everything Must Change, Harpreet Kaur Paul investigates how the way we’re using land is accelerating the climate crisis and violating the rights of local communities. How has the logic of extraction and commodification shaped the land we live on? And how can we reorient our relationship with the natural world and …
 
Sarah Jaffe contrasts the demand for green jobs with the growing resistance to work in an extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change. The author of Work Won’t Love You Back talks to Dalia Gebrial about the “good, green union jobs” and why there won’t be enough of them to go round, and explains why campaigning for a just transition sta…
 
https://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/ In this week’s episode, Dave, Cate and Pete take you through: Weekly market updates 1. Labour shortage predictions As ABC News shared, Australia is looking at having over 100,000 vacant jobs in the construction sector, including builders, tradies and project managers. This is likely to …
 
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