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. For more of Todd's musings visit the wHeregroup blog.



  • Sorry to be a bit of a downer here, but there is some truth to that old saying: “Good things come to those who wait.” read more

  • When researching locations to invest in or calculating whether tenants can afford to rent one of my properties, one of the most important factors in this equation is – Income to Debt Ratio. read more

  • Question: Would you buy an investment property without personally inspecting it or having a professional buyer’s agent inspect it on your behalf? read more

  • Is it just me, or are you also confused about Auction Clearance Rates? I mean, depending on which article you read, they can vary by more than 30% each week. But why? The answer should make you a little angry… read more

  • There comes a time when as a Buyers Agent we must say goodbye to a location and move on. That time has come for me in SE QLD. The great thing for you investors still trying to secure that one investment property deal, is that now you don't have to compete with me. read more

  • Sydney and Melbourne are done - I called it all the way back in April. So let’s move on and see what actually happens after an area booms read more

  • I may stand-alone here, but Sydney’s done – there I said it! Normally, locations go flat when they become unaffordable or major infrastructure projects are abandoned but this time it may be at the hands of the banks, the governing bodies and the ATO. read more

  • The Sydney real estate market is nothing short of idiotic…So-called experts, along with the media, are hyping up the situation, stating that Sydney is still affordable to the average punter. What a load of bollocks… read more

  • I am a believer of lifestyle for now, rather than being wealthy only when I retire. So if that means buying and selling a few properties now so that I can achieve this, then that’s exactly what I will do. Sure we all need to put some aside for our retirement, along with leaving our children with something in their inheritance, but you only live once and we need to enjoy our lives now… another reason I am not a fan of large home loans. read more

  • I often get told, “why would I sell my investment property, I’ll have to pay capital gains tax”… Lets get one thing straight, you only pay capital gains tax when you make a profit, so if you are paying capital gains tax, isn’t that a good thing? I mean what do you plan to do? Die with a portfolio of properties? read more