Property Professors Masterclass

Oct 2023Karen Millers

A few weeks ago property investors from around Australia and New Zealand gathered to swap ideas, network, and listen to some very knowledgeable speakers share their experiences at the inaugural PIPA Conference.  One of those keynote speakers was the previous PIPA Chair and continuing board member Peter Koulizos – also known as the Property Professor – who took everyone on a property and location masterclass. 

Our own Bushy Martin was the emcee at the event and was so impressed with the information Peter went through that he invited Peter to join him in a full Realty Talk show and today is the day.  So get your note paper and pen out because you are about to hear some very powerful insights.

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