Kevin Turner

Kevin Turner

Kevin Turner worked in radio as General Manager of various east coast radio stations. He started in real estate in 1988 and was ranked in the Top 10 Salespeople in the state until he was appointed as State CEO 1992.
He operated a number of real estate offices as business owner and was General Manager of several real estate offices in Christchurch.
He now hosts a real estate show on Radio 4BC and a weekly podcast at www.realestatetalk.com.au. He is the host of a daily 7 to 10 minute podcast show for real estate professionals at www.reuncut.com.au. 

  • There are two methods for calculating depreciation on the plant and equipment assets associated with an investment property. In this 8 minute video, I speak with Bradley Beer, the Chief Executive Officer of BMT Tax Depreciation who explains. read more

  • We learn the key steps to cleaning up dangerous neighbourhoods from someone who should know. Kathleen Norris is the managing principal of US based Urban Fast Forward and we caught up with her on her Australian visit. She now says she has a whole new appreciation about how guns have impacted her home country. read more

  • What questions should you ask to know you're getting a good agent and not running the risk of selling too cheaply? read more

  • I speak with Rob Flux who has built his property portfolio two times over, after a divorce left him starting again in his late 30s. read more

  • It is still amazing how many property investors and property buyers don’t see the benefits of shopping around when borrowing money for a property purchase or even to refinance an existing loan. It is now so easy to shop around and compare as you will hear from Siobhan Hayden read more

  • Mike Harvey, has released a ‘tell all’ book which aims to help newcomers to the property investment game avoid the dirty tricks used by property sharks. He joins me to talk about the book and his advice on safer property investment. read more

  • Sydney may have recorded strong capital growth over the past five years but its long-term performance pales in comparison to smaller capital cities. Now that is interesting news and I ask Peter Koulizos from PIPA to explain. read more