Episode 11: Craig Fitzgibbon joins John Gibson

Our industry leader John Gibson covers the current real estate market climate. Gibson looks at the positive impact of technology of recent times including Zoom and DocuSign. We touch on the federal election and the potential war in the Ukraine, which very unfortunately since producing this podcast has escalated, our thoughts, prayers and blessings are with the people of the Ukraine. John looks at the extraordinary period of price growth across all markets, both cities, and regional centres. John looks at what cities and regional areas are at their peaks right now, invaluable professional insights to keep you well placed in the property market. We look at the big retailers and our smaller retailers who have been absolutely smashed in recent times. And the BIG question, are interest rates on the move!?

Sharks new head coach Craig Fitzgibbon is our special guest, as a player, well the CV too vast for a podcast overview, in short a star! His father Allan won a premiership with the Tigers back in 1968 and coached the Sharks between 1988 and 1991 including their inaugural minor premiership. Big shoes to fill one might surmise the pressure is on well and truly before a ball has been kicked. Fitzgibbon has been around dressing sheds since he was five years old, as a player he clocked 1680 first class games including an NRL premiership with The Roosters, 11 State of Origin appearances for The Blues, he represented Australia on 19 occasions. When Craig retired from the Roosters he became the defensive coach under a great mentor in Trent Robinson and then joined Brad Fittler’s staff over the past three years for two series wins. Perhaps Fitzgibbon is the Minister for Rugby League Defence. Fitzgibbon has been around pressure all his life, he soaks it up, it’s what he knows best!

Craig speaks candidly regards his journey in property and the importance of having the right team around you in business. A plus equals minus model.

Enjoy Talking Real Estate with John Gibson.

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