Ronel Talks Money: Property Investment Partnership
In this Ronel Talks Money show we discuss a property investment partnership with Hannes Dupper, founder and MD of Share Your Wealth. Hannes has successfully completed a BCom degree in entrepreneurship and currently working on a MBA in Leadership and Management from the York St Johns University in London. Hannes is a visionary and serial entrepreneur. He believes in the philosophy of Givers Gain and builds his life and business on the key success factor, Share Your Wealth. The more you assist other people in their journey to success, the more comes back to you.
Hannes is probably the only person who did the Bloukrans bungee jump with the unfair advantage that he couldn’t see how high it was. Being a regular guest on All About Property on DSTV makes him a familiar face in the property investment landscape in South Africa. Apart from property investment, Hannes wants to help people broaden their boundaries through his motivational and inspirational talks focused on “the blind inspiration”.
A few of the questions we answer in this interview:
- Tell us more about the DJV Group / Share Your Wealth and what you do?
- Why did you decide to venture into property?
- Is investing in property in South Africa still a good investment option?
- Explain the property investment partnership concept to us in layman’s terms?
- How is this concept different from a Real Estate Investment Trust?
- What are the pros and cons of property investment partnership?
- What are the types of returns investors can expect and when?
- Who is the typical investor who would benefit from this investment partnership?
- What is the minimum investment requirement and period of the investment?
- Would the investor need a good credit record?
- What are the risks involved and how do you mitigate the risks?
- What are the legalities involved in a property investment partnership?
- What is the process if an investor no longer wants to be involved in the partnership?
- What are the costs / fees involved?
- What are the tax implications?
- How can an investor ensure they deal with a reputable and legitimate company / concept?