Ian Hosking Richards

Ian Hosking Richards

Ian Hosking Richards is a successful property investor with a portfolio of over 30 properties. He is the CEO and founder of Rocket Property Group, a leading independent real estate agency that helps hundreds of people each year enter the property market or grow their existing portfolios. 

For further information or assistance, please visit www.rocketpropertygroup.com.au or call 1300 850 038.

  • This year has flown by. When I was a kid my grandmother used to say that the older you got, the quicker time passed. I didn’t take much notice at the time, but boy was she on the money read more

  • With rental incomes increasing and interest rates dropping, cash flow has never looked so good. Whether still acquiring properties or in consolidation, everyone is in a position to benefit from the current economic conditions. read more

  • You can make investing as complicated and as risky as you like. However, most investors are naturally risk averse, and sticking to some fundamental investment rules will serve them well in the long run read more

  • Lower interest rates, rising rents, greater confidence, and no changes to negative gearing ... Property investors, along with many others, are heaving a sigh of relief and ready to go back to business as usual. But did they miss out in the run-up to the election? read more

  • Google has transformed our world. It has become an incredible tool for instantly accessing information on anything you care to research, however obscure. But can it help you become a better investor? read more

  • Nowadays there are a plethora of paid mentoring programmes and property education courses available that are expensive and promise a lot. But can they deliver, and should you be rushing to sign up on the dotted line? read more

  • Most successful investors love to talk property, myself included. It’s like you have all this amazing information that you want to share with anyone who will listen. However, investing is not just about property information. read more

  • With all the recent revelations surrounding the unethical practices that are apparently shockingly common in the banking sector, who will ultimately bear the brunt of the fallout? read more

  • Despite all the doom and gloom about the property market, most people realize that there is not one single market, but multiple markets within Australia, each one at a different stage of the cycle. read more