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From no dream of becoming a major player to managing $22 bn

Today, Charter Hall is Australia’s leading property fund manager, managing more than $22 billion in property, but a glance back 30 years doesn’t show its founders chasing dreams of becoming the big property players.  

Instead, they were simply trying to survive in the property environment of that time and were simply looking at offering what was needed.

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, co-founder Cedric Fuchs joins host David Stratford to discuss the changes that he has seen throughout his time in the real estate sector from 1991 where vacancy rates were enormous and tenants were being offered rent free leases, to current day and into the future.

Cedric will also unpack the basics of starting and running a successful business, share his advice for those looking to grow their nest egg and analyse what you should consider if contemplating taking on debt.

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Thanks Cedric, for sharing your insights with the Nest Egg podcast team!

You can stay up-to-date with what Cedric is up to here.

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