4th September, 2014 BACK TO ALL PODCASTS

Back to all podcasts

This week we wanted, on the basis of a listener request, to share our favourite property websites. Covering news, research and general entertainment, these are the sites that appear in our browser history more than any others.

Those sites are…

To find out exactly what it is about these sites that keeps us coming back, you’ll just have to listen to the episode!

Resource of the week

If you’re an Android user, you can’t listen to podcasts via iTunes – so what should you do instead?

Listener Carl Gilbert recommended PocketCasts, which is available for both Android and Apple devices. As well as the usual features you would expect, you can also schedule podcasts to download at a certain time – so if you want to download The Property Podcast at 7am on a Thursday to listen on your way to work, you can!

News this week

Hardly new news, but China seems to be heading for a property crash – and this article from the FT ) has all kinds of interesting little factoids that show just how extreme the over-supply is.

One example? Last year, China produced more concrete than the US did in the whole of the 20th century. Mindblowing.

The article is well worth a read, so take a look!

This week’s mentions

Thank you to everyone who came to our London meetup last week – we had a brilliant time meeting new people and catching up with those we already know. We’re incredibly lucky and grateful to have such thoroughly nice and loyal listeners!

At the meetup, we announced a couple of exciting things that we recapped in this episode: firstly that all our courses are going to be made available completely free, and also that we’re re-focusing The Property Hub Plus around collaboration, community and group accountability.

If you’d like to find out more about the new Plus, take a look at the information we’ve released so far

Join the conversation

Any websites that you’d like to add to our list?

We’d love to know, so join the discussion in The Property Hub!

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