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How this company is creating value for investors through the property market

Andrew Thomson, CFMG

CFMG Capital claims to create value for investors through active and passive property investment in the residential, retail and commercial markets.

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Andrew Thomson the group general manager for CFMG joins host David Stratford to unpack how they are gaining investors exposure to the property market and how they are doing it differently to their competitors.

Andrew will discuss the factors that impact the property market, who is behind the investment decisions that CFMG make and explain why many of their purchases are completed off market.  He will also share how they are finding investment properties, the process that they go through with those who may be cautious to sell their properties, where they are seeing growth in property values and how the media can skew people’s perceptions.

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

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How this company is creating value for investors through the property market
Andrew Thomson, CFMG
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