242: Crushing the 9 Biggest Myths in Property Investing with Olivia Ward – Part 2 | #242

In this episode of the Dashdot Insider Podcast, Property Coach Olivia Ward is back for another round of property myth-busting with Goose.

Olivia talks about the infamous Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) and how you can turn it into a secret weapon for your property portfolio.

She also breaks down the strategy of having a 10% deposit on multiple properties and why it’s such a bold and brilliant move. Meanwhile, Goose tackles the issue of DEBT and how it can be the ticket to your financial success.

So, what are you waiting for?

Grab your headphones, hit play, and embark on the wildest, most informative ride through property investing with Goose and Olivia. 

Oh, in case you missed Part 1, the link’s right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Df4wlM70Sw&ab_channel=DashdotInsider 

If you love this episode, email us at [email protected], and don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and share this podcast!

See you on the inside! 

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In this episode, we cover:

  1. 00:00 Coming Up
  2. 05:03 Using Lmi To Accelerate ROI In Property Investment
  3. 10:52 Refinancing Loans And Breaking Fixed Rate Terms
  4. 15:57 Debt And Its Benefits In Business And Real Estate
  5. 20:20 Using Debt Strategically For Wealth Creation
  6. 24:26 Property Investment Strategies And Myths
  7. 26:57 Investing In Australian Real Estate Beyond Sydney And Melbourne

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About Olivia:

Olivia Ward, a Property Coach, hit the top 1% of investors in her 20s while working in a call center. Now, she’s coaching Aussies to build wealth effortlessly.

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Curious about Goose’s other podcast? Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/@goosemcgrath

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