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Is Property Really Doomed?

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Is property doomed as an investment strategy?

In this episode, Rob talks you through a balanced argument about why people may think so, and why there still might be reasons to be positive about property.


  • The virus, whether we like it or not, has changed the way the world works, and has impacted the government's financial response to the market.
  • If you increase the currency supply, but not the demand aspect, what will happen is you will create less demand, more supply. Money needs to move in order to keep the economy flowing.
  • The expected market correction will create a dip in prices. We are also moving away from a very long period of interest rates, which cannot fail to have an effect


'We're not here to lie to you or beat around the bush'

'Property has had a mini renaissance'

'You have to make that call from a strategic point of view'


Rob Smallbone the host of The Property Nomads Podcast, is on a global mission to guide your success. Success can happen in many ways, shapes, and forms. Think about what success means to you. More properties? More clients? Financial freedom? Time freedom?

Rob wants to make a huge difference to people around the world. He is here to guide your success in property, business, and life and to inspire you to achieve your goals, dreams, and visions. He's travelled, explored, and invested. And he's not planning on stopping these activities anytime soon.

Buckle up, sit tight, and enjoy the ride that is life.


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