17 episodes

Australia’s most experienced and colourful property professionals, unearthing their tips and providing insights on how to create the most successful project, home, corporate & personal brands possible.

Property Marketing Podcast Anthony Denman / Brett Allatt

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    • 4.2 • 5 Ratings

Australia’s most experienced and colourful property professionals, unearthing their tips and providing insights on how to create the most successful project, home, corporate & personal brands possible.

    On The Journey From One Of Australia’s Most Wanted Criminals To One Of Australia’s Most Successful Real Estate Agents, Mastering Your Energy & Realising Your Optimum Capability.

    On The Journey From One Of Australia’s Most Wanted Criminals To One Of Australia’s Most Successful Real Estate Agents, Mastering Your Energy & Realising Your Optimum Capability.

    Today’s episode features Mat Steinwede. Ranking consistently as the number one agent in the McGrath Network, combined with leading one of the most successful sales teams in Australasia, Mat Steinwede is a highly sought-after property sales specialist and entrepreneur. With over 23 years’ experience dedicated solely to the real estate industry across the Central Coast of NSW, Mat has one of Australia’s best track records in property sales.
    Exposed to the underbelly of Kings Cross when he was young, Mat was left homeless. With just the clothes he was wearing he moved to the Central Coast to try to start a better life. After gaining a job in real estate, Mat literally walked the streets for years, day after day, asking each home owner if they would like to sell. Over time he turned his life around. By applying a positive mindset, hard work and the law of attraction, Mat has established himself as an industry leader, achieving some of the best results in Australia.
    Mat’s achievements have seen him recognised by global sales leaders and as a thought leader and emerge as an in-demand high-performance speaker. Besides being regarded as an expert on sales, business and improving your life through mastering your energy, Mat has helped thousands of people change their life and achieve what they want. In this episode Mat details his journey from one of Australia's most wanted criminals to one of Australia's most successful real estate agents, the benefits of connecting with your feminine side & the importance of realising your optimum capability.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Turner Design Studio - On Packing A Glock Pistol On The Way To Work, Place Cultivation & Planning Purity

    Turner Design Studio - On Packing A Glock Pistol On The Way To Work, Place Cultivation & Planning Purity

    Nick Turner - Turner Design Studio - explores everything from packing a glock pistol in Iraq to what it takes to scale an architectural business to over 100 employees, what does good place making feel & look like, managing the complex issue of community consultation, exploring the notion of planning purity as opposed to planning efficiency and all things property marketing.
    Nicholas is the Principal and founder of Turner, one of Australia’s leading architectural practices employing around 100 permanent staff from 24 different countries. Within the practice, he leads the design of innovative mixed-use residential, public, workplace, industrial and hospitality projects that are both responsive and memorable, each with a strong identity that reflects a familial approach to repairing and enhancing the urban environment. Projects to date include locations as diverse as China, Indonesia, Nigeria, Iraq, Vietnam and Lebanon as well as locally in Sydney, Wolgan Valley, Melbourne, Tweed Heads, Bowral and a personal project of great significance in Kangaroo Valley - the design of which he literally bet his life on. Recently the practice has opened a new studio in London, offering direct access to opportunities within the UK and wider European markets. Nicholas is an accomplished speaker and presenter of ideas, providing clarity to the process of designing and delivering buildings, helping to steer a definitive course through the often-complex requirements of approvals and construction.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Kangaroo Valley Fire Storm - On Designing, Defending & Gambling Your Life On Your Own Ingenuity & Self Belief

    Kangaroo Valley Fire Storm - On Designing, Defending & Gambling Your Life On Your Own Ingenuity & Self Belief

    Kangaroo Valley Fire Storm explores a personal design and building project Nick undertook in the beautiful Kangaroo Valley just a few hours south of Sydney. Now to say he put his life on the line to save this house - is no where near an understatement. He and a few of his mates and some local refugees battled and took refuge from the mega Currowan Fire and Nick’s story of preparing for, fighting and surviving this fire is nothing short of astonishing. It really does talk to Nick’s character and his detailed & thorough approach to everything he does not to mention his courage and self belief in his own design ingenuity - it’s a fascinating story and I strongly encourage you to take the time to listen to the whole thing as Nick is a great storyteller and he really does keep you on the edge of your seat throughout.
    Nicholas is the Principal and founder of Turner, one of Australia’s leading architectural practices employing around 100 permanent staff from 24 different countries. Within the practice, he leads the design of innovative mixed-use residential, public, workplace, industrial and hospitality projects that are both responsive and memorable, each with a strong identity that reflects a familial approach to repairing and enhancing the urban environment. Projects to date include locations as diverse as China, Indonesia, Nigeria, Iraq, Vietnam and Lebanon as well as locally in Sydney, Wolgan Valley, Melbourne, Tweed Heads, Bowral and a personal project of great significance in Kangaroo Valley - the design of which he literally bet his life on. Recently the practice has opened a new studio in London, offering direct access to opportunities within the UK and wider European markets. Nicholas is an accomplished speaker and presenter of ideas, providing clarity to the process of designing and delivering buildings, helping to steer a definitive course through the often-complex requirements of approvals and construction.

    • 59 min
    On using genuine emotion as a catalyst for ingenious ideation, creating more of absolutely everything and how to make good old fashioned aussie gravy.

    On using genuine emotion as a catalyst for ingenious ideation, creating more of absolutely everything and how to make good old fashioned aussie gravy.

    Today’s episode features Andrew Hoyne. Andrew is the Founding Principal of Hoyne - Australia’s largest place & property marketing agency, which he built from scratch 30 years ago. During that time Andy has helped major Australian & International developers, Councils & government to create highly recognisable landmarks across Australia, generating some of the country’s most memorable brand & marketing campaigns in the process. He's seen first hand how the power of effective placemaking can completely transform communities and is passionate in his belief that we can do more to create meaningful places. This led him to publish The Place Economy – a series of resource books that look at the social and economic impact of best-practice placemaking around the globe. At home Andy is lucky enough to have a loving wife and three beautiful daughters that keep him on his toes when he’s not on the front foot realising his purpose. In this episode Andy shares his vast wisdom on an array of different subjects including (but certainly not limited to) using genuine emotion as a catalyst for ingenious idea creation, creating more of absolutely everything and how to make good old fashioned Aussie gravy. Enjoy.

    • 1 hr 34 min
    On starting a proptech business, what a good lead looks like and being coronavirus patient #93

    On starting a proptech business, what a good lead looks like and being coronavirus patient #93

    Today’s episode features Tom Hywood. Tom is the co-founder and Sales Director of the AD Group (apartments & developments) – one of the most successful new start-up property technology businesses in Australia. Tom and his co-founder Jordan Catalano identified a gap in the property technology market for off-the-plan sales and created an online marketplace specifically for brand new apartments and house and land offerings. Created in 2014 their site has amassed a database of nearly 40,000 potential purchasers, created leads that have resulted in over $5B of sales and can claim that they have a lower cost per lead and cost per sale than the leading real estate portals realestate.com.au & domain.com.au. In this episode, Tom shares his insights on what it’s like to start a proptech business, what a good lead looks like and being coronavirus patient #93.

    • 55 min
    Pauline Goodyer - On pioneering "the block" television series, creating your own real estate brand and old school door knocking.

    Pauline Goodyer - On pioneering "the block" television series, creating your own real estate brand and old school door knocking.

    Pauline began her selling career at McGrath where for over a decade she was one of the top performing agents; which is why she was chosen as the selling agent for the original series of the hugely popular television show ‘The Block”, representing the popular contestants ‘Gav and Waz’. It was a pretty amazing experience that taught her even more than she already knew about the power of presentation, publicity and marketing. In 2004, she co-founded her own brand Goodyer Donnelly - a partnership she co-owned and ran as a successful full service real estate agency for 9 years. In 2013 she decided a more personal approach was the way forward- so she founded Goodyer Real Estate, treating every property and client with tailored, targeted attention. Pauline has broken numerous suburb price records in one of the most competitive real estate markets in Australia and remains today one the country’s most successful real estate performers. In this episode Pauline shares her experience of selling one of the first ever apartments on the ‘The Block”, how she started her own real estate brand and her one & only foray into old school door knocking...Enjoy.

    • 49 min

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