Todd Hunter

Todd Hunter

TODD HUNTER is director, buyer’s agent and location researcher for Sydney-based wHeregroup. He is an active property investor himself and amassed a portfolio of 50 properties by the age of 31.
 

  • In the last few weeks, the majority of banks and lenders have increased their fixed rates by as much as 0.6%. Either the banks are trying to gain margin back on their lending or they are seeing troubled waters ahead. I think it’s a bit of both. read more

  • I recently had the pleasure of meeting some clients that found me through blind luck. Let me explain… read more

  • I understand that potential investors are wanting to know what I look for when I research, so I am going to divulge a recent location I invested in, but more importantly, why I invested there... read more

  • If you’re going to use a property Buyers Agent, they really should be a professional investor, not just an active investor who owns 4 or 8 properties. Really they should own 20+ properties if they are going to give sound advice. There are many new companies that have recently been established purely due to the low interest rate environment. Many only own a few properties, of which they probably used a Buyers Agent to buy for them. read more

  • After the last rate cut, all the lenders reduced their rates by varying amounts. It’s a minefield out there, as rates are reflective of whether you have an owner occupied loan, an investment loan or a combination of both. read more

  • My first book was written to let you all have a read on how I achieved my personal goal of 50 properties by the age 31. But that was ten years ago now… so what’s happened since – A lot! read more

  • Yes, there is actually a downside to a location performing… the downside being that you tend to see rents flatten out. Let me explain how the cycle works... read more

  • The new legislation being introduced into Superannuation is nothing short of ridiculous. Not only will this new legislation affect the small percentage who earn higher incomes but it can also affect property investors with a portfolio. Make sure you read this! read more

  • The downside to achieving great capital on a property portfolio is the decrease in rental yields to follow. read more

  • From experience, those who renovate home don’t then go onto investing afterwards as their cash flow has decreased to the extent where they don’t feel comfortable doing so. read more