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.

  • No matter what you do in life money seems to be involved, unless you are out walking the dogs of course – but even they need feeding! For those who are comfortably off, with a good job, the means to have quality day-to-day life, go on holiday and enjoy doing things with the family, everything looks rosy. But just how rosy is it? read more

  • One of the golden rules of investing is ‘Don’t put all your eggs in one basket’. But I have to admit it is not always an easy rule to follow read more

  • I suppose we had to expect it, as it happens every year, but after all the build-up to the Federal Budget, it was a bit of an anti-climax. read more

  • A good property manager can be invaluable, with a high level of expertise and experience and an extensive list of services. The most important thing is that they save you time, something that is without doubt highly valuable! read more

  • The most successful property investors are those who treat property investing as a business. Anyone who has run a business will tell you that its success depends on selecting the right people for the right roles and building a committed, reliable team of people who share your goals. read more

  • Despite the cost of borrowing being the cheapest it has been in decades, and the ‘bubble’ really being confined to a couple of capital cities, many investors are a little nervous and wonder if they should wait and see. read more

  • Negative gearing has hit the headlines yet again - glancing at the newspapers you would not be blamed for believing that the RBA was advising to completely abolish negative gearing. Like many reports in the media, the headlines are full of spin and the true message is hidden in the detail. read more