how to approach a multiple offer situation

How to approach a multiple offer situation

May 23rd, 2020 Tips For Buyers Andrew Duncan

UPDATED: May 2020 Everyone wants to avoid a multiple offer situation. We all want to negotiate directly with the owner, one on one. It’s programmed into our genes to want to start off low, see what the vendor comes back with and maybe meet in the middle if it works for us. To buy a home any other way feels…

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What Covid-19 can teach us about financial freedom

May 15th, 2020 Personal finance, Podcast Andrew Duncan

Welcome to the Thought Locker, a podcast, blog combo that enables personal growth, particularly in the world of real estate, personal finance and reducing our carbon footprint… In this episode, I discuss what the lockdown quarantine experience can teach us about our own financial situation and how we can use that information to achieve financial freedom quicker than we ever…

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PD Fridays – A bridge to mental fortitude

May 6th, 2020 Mental health Andrew Duncan

This is a story about how a group of friends unlocked a path to mental strength and an exponential life with love, Jui-Jitsu and a hell of a lot of fun and how you can do the same. It’s a sad side-effect of modern society that our google search bar often knows more about our deepest anxieties than our own…

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Podcast: Lockdown finance update with Jenny Cheevers

Apr 9th, 2020 Podcast Andrew Duncan

Common property finance questions answered by mortgage adviser, Jenny Cheevers… In our latest bi-monthly property finance episode, we cover: – Mortgage holidays. Are they a good idea?  – Can you still get pre-approved to buy a home during lockdown? – Now that interest rates have dropped again, should you break your mortgage to re-fix? Plus other advice for first home…

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Podcast: How to create the future you deserve

Apr 4th, 2020 Personal finance, Podcast Andrew Duncan

“When the world around you is changing and new and different opportunities present themselves, you want to be prepared to make the most of those opportunities.”  – Lucy Sanderson-Gammon What will the world of work look like after the lockdown is over? What changes will we see? No one knows the answer to those questions. But if you set yourself…