MB Fund Podcast: Testing Australian Property for Coronavirus, with Stephen Mitchell

With the Australian property market in a marked period of uncertainty due to Coronavirus, we take an on-the-ground look at what’s happening within the broader lending market. This means diving into the world of bad debts as they relate to bank lending, developers, commercial and residential property to get an indication for just how great the Coronavirus toll could be on Australian Property

In today’s investment webinar, MB Fund’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, and Head of Advice Tim Fuller are joined by Stephen Mitchell, CEO of private capital lender Oak Capital, and second-tier mortgage broker Resicom, to help test Australian Property for Coronavirus.


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Tim Fuller is Head of Advice at the MacroBusiness Fund, which is powered by Nucleus Wealth.

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  1. I always enjoy these talks, thank you. 1 hour is about right to listen on my Friday walk.
    Prof Steve Keen would be an interesting guest, talking about Minski, his current economic views and how he’s surviving CV living in Thailand.

  2. Yes I enjoyed it too. Here 2443 remains a lala bubble life as usual for the moment, but the stories of people in trouble has a grounding effect. Thanks

  3. I really enjoyed Stephen’s insights, and I remember listening to his last interview. It was good to keep me company this arvo while doing some cardio and stretching in lockdown.