How Portfolio Structuring Affects Lending Outcome with Allen Chan

Allen Chan is back on another episode of Property Investory this time to delve further into his strategy when it comes to investing with other people’s money and to talk about the personal habits, mentors and resources that’s helped him along the way. We’ll be talking about how to utilize government incentives, why adding value was one of his strategies to getting the most out of property and how he capitalized from his previous investments.

Chan will also discuss what he looks for in a property whether it be in his own backyard or out of state, how he was able to purchase on property every year, what he tells his clients when it comes to trying to get into the property market, how portfolio structure can affect a lending outcome, why mentors were integral to his success, and much, much more! So what are you waiting for? Listen to the podcast to find out more about Allen Chan’s amazing journey.

I like to study I guess successful people, it could be you know anyone that's walked the path. - Allen Chan

Show Notes and Credits:

Thanks a million for checking out this episode! Below are the websites and other tidbits that were mentioned in today’s podcast with Allen Chan.

  • St Kilda, Victoria
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Queensland
  • ANZ
  • NAB
  • ING
  • Westpac
  • Bankwest
  • Pepper Finance Australia
  • Liberty Financial
  • APRA
  • Anthony Robbins
  • Steve McKnight
  • Mark Rolton

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This episode was produced by Ashlyne Ocampo with narrations and interviews conducted by Tyrone Shum.

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