Philippe Brach

Philippe Brach

Philippe Brach, founder and CEO of Multifocus Properties & Finance, is a successful property investor who turned his passion for property into a unique investor-focused business. In addition, he is the well-recognised author of ‘Creating Property Wealth in any Market’ which lays out in detail what it means to invest in property.

His 25 year background in corporate finance and accounting, as well as his experience as a property investor, real estate agent and finance broker, gives him the perfect profile to help investors in all aspects of property ownership. In particular he can ensure that investment strategy, financial set-up, ownership structure and sourcing performing properties form a seamless plan that optimises potential for growth, and preserves benefits associated with managing a portfolio.

  • Household trends are moving towards more single-person households, whilst technology experts predict the ‘share economy’ will move beyond AirBNB into vehicle sharing in the next decade. So how will these trends influence Australian property markets? read more

  • You may be able to afford your investment loan today – but will your portfolio still be affordable in five years’ time? The answer is to conduct a ‘future proof’ test that ensures you’re never caught short financially. read more

  • No matter what causes a suburb to suddenly become hot property, the rising prices force buyers to look at cheaper surrounding neighbourhoods. Subsequent demand for these surrounding suburbs is the ‘ripple effect’ in action. read more

  • Sydney might be out of reach as a location to buy property for many Australians, but that doesn’t mean you can’t afford to buy property at all. read more

  • Investing in property can be a powerful strategy for growing your wealth – provided you invest in the right type of real estate. So just how can buyers find the ‘Holy Grail’ of property? read more

  • Investing in property is about creating wealth using property as a tool to achieve a financial goal. It is not about owning real estate, having nice tenants and friendly property managers. It is about making money. I don’t know any of the names of my tenants, I rarely visit any of my properties, and property managers handle all of the management aspects of the assets. read more