14 May 2019
Property Council of Australia WA executive director Sandra Brewer and Urban Development Institute of Australia WA chief executive Tanya Steinbeck join Damian Stone to discuss the recent state budget, property industry initiatives to promote gender diversity, and whether the property industry has an image problem.
17 Apr 2019
Office Hours host Damian Stone sits down with Real Estate Institute of Western Australia president and managing director of Momentum Wealth Damian Collins to discuss Perth’s residential property market, the genesis of Mr Collins’ buyers agency and property syndicator and the potential ramifications of regulatory changes in the industry.
05 Feb 2019
PODCAST: Mark Pownall talks to Aaron McDonald from Pragma Legal and Catriona Macleod from Cullen Macleod about the WA commercial and civil legal market, including the rise of technology and increase in client bargaining power.
21 Sep 2018
In this podcast Mark Pownall talks to Kristen Turnbull from CoreData about her specialist subject of market research, most notably the impact of the current Royal Commission on banks and financial services businesses.
Mark my words
11 Oct 2019
In this podcast Mark Beyer and Mark Pownall discuss Pindan, South Perth developments, big leadership changes, Alan Bond's mansion, tourism figures, Sealink expansion, and our biggest exporters.
04 Oct 2019
In this podcast Mark Beyer and Matt Mckenzie discuss interest rates, volatile stock markets, our very own BN30 stock index, house prices, Mia Davies, flexible offices, lobsters, government contracting, and our special report on professional services.
27 Sep 2019
In this podcast Mark Beyer and Mark Pownall discuss Broome infrastructure, Perth's livability, broking profits, mining services IPO, Fini and Goh, Eddy Haegel, Food for Thought, and our special report on residential construction with a new local leader.
20 Sep 2019
In this podcast Mark Beyer and Mark Pownall discuss the mining jobs outlook, workplace deaths, population growth, apartment projects, our special report on tourism, and our latest instalment of Great for the State.