Shannon Davis

Shannon Davis

Shannon Davis is Director of Metropole Property Strategists in Brisbane and as a successful property investor and licensed estate agent, his years of industry experience helps his clients maximize the performance of their investment properties. 
He is a regular commentator for Michael Yardney’s Property Update.
 

  • When you put a property up for sale with tenants in it, there are some potential risks that simply aren’t there when you’re selling a vacant home. If your tenants don’t co-operate with the real estate agent, or don’t make any attempts to clean before inspections, it can seriously hamper the sale process and ultimately, impact your profit. read more

  • While property investing may be simple, it’s not easy and that’s not a play on words, because many investors end up paying a huge a “leaning fee” that they didn’t expect. You see… many novice investors think, or are often led to believe, that bricks and mortar is a safe and easy investment and they find out the hard and often expensive way that property investment success is not so easy. Here are 6 “learning fees” I’ve seen investors pay... read more

  • I’m surprised more people don’t ask me about mistakes. Property investing is both rewarding and challenging, but there are some mistakes I see being made time and time again... read more

  • For many first-time investors, the prospect of actually putting your money on the line and taking action by buying a property is terrifying. Read on to see these common fears and strategies to overcome them... read more

  • With today’s low interest rates and subsequently cheap debt, many investors are currently finding themselves in a fairly favourable cashflow position, even if they started out heavily geared in high growth assets. read more

  • Who among us is not tempted by the thought of making a quick buck? We’ve all heard horror stories about intelligent, every day Australians who have somehow been sucked into a real estate scam that stripped them of their hard earned money. Here are a few things to look out for... read more