7 questions to ask other property investors (plus: what’s happening in China?)

The scariest part of networking is the thought of walking up to someone and having nothing to say. These questions give you a jumping-off point, and are designed to help you get beyond chit-chat about the weather and tease out areas of shared interests and complementary skills.

The questions are:

    1. What’s your “why” for investing in property?
    2. What’s been your biggest success so far?
    3. What are the pros and cons of investing in your area – how did you choose it?
    4. What are the criteria you use to determine what you invest in? How did you decide on those criteria?
    5. Are there any resources you’ve found particularly useful in your learning process?
    6. What are your goals for the next couple of years?
    7. What do you know now that you wish you’d known when you started out?

For discussion about the exact purpose of each of these questions and how to use them to maximum effect, listen to the episode!

Perfectly complementing our episode this week, Tim Ferris recently released an episode of his podcast about how to build a world-class network in record time.

By combining the advice from his episode and this one, you’ll become the toast of the networking town – even if it’s something you currently find intimidating.

It won’t have escaped your attention that things have gone a bit iffy in China. But if you’re not sure about exactly what’s happened, why, and what the effects might be, this Economist article has an excellent summary.

We also enjoyed this article about China’s “ghost cities” and the amount of wealth stored in property, which sparked a detailed discussion on the podcast – take a listen for the full lowdown.

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