Fear and Greed Interview with Sean Aylmer

As inflation rises and interest rates increase globally, much commentary is focused on the negative impacts that may flow from such conditions.

While Australia is not immune from the challenges facing economies around the world, our white paper outlines the remarkable resilience of the Australian real estate market.

Zagga CEO, Alan Greenstein talks to Sean Aylmer (Fear and Greed) about the wild ride for parts of the property market, and where he sees the opportunities for investors in the midst of a global inflation storm.

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