Radio Interviews

Tune in to 1125 5MU every Friday morning at 11am to hear Angus speak with locals and people in the know about the local Real Estate market.

Each week we will post a link here so you can listen to Angus’ chats at your leisure:

Wayne Singleton from Hamilton Island chats to us about real estate on the island:

Marc Voortman from Mount Barker District Council lets us know the latest for the area:

CEO of Ray White South Australia and The Northern Territory Matt Lindblom talks us through how the Real Estate industry has changed in the past 10 years and what to expect for the decade ahead:

The CEO of ‘Keep Australia Beautiful’ Val Southam let’s us in on the secret to a tidy town and how you can get involved in giving your town a hit of pride and preparing to take out the title in the next round:

James King has been kept busy this year with termites and mice across the Adelaide Hills through his business Jim’s Termite and Pest Control. Listen to his chat with Angus here:

Business broker Brett Buckley takes us through how businesses are reacting now that the Liberal Marshall Government is in power and whether now is a good time to look into buying or selling here in South Australia:

Michael Allen from Carters Asbestos Management talks us through just how much of the building material is left in South Australian homes, how you can ensure that the asbestos you have removed from your home is disposed of properly and what other things could be hiding asbestos in your home:

Ellen Wundersitz from Space Craft Joinery says there are no limits to creating a bespoke kitchen, with stone bench tops a must and tiles making quite the comeback!

Chief Economist at My Housing Market, Dr Andrew Wilson, has the latest snap shot of the local and national real estate landscape, as well as what SA looks like after the arrival of a new Liberal Government and the predictions on house prices and interest rates for the financial year ahead:

The legendary wine maker from the Barossa is about to open up a museum in Hahndorf based on the story of the vineyard from it’s beginnings to today, but only if Wolf and his wife can agree on what that looks like!

According to Anthony Penny from Business SA, business confidence is on the increase in SA but there are stil some ongoing concerns from regional business about internet accessibility and mobile phone coverage.

From publican to land agent; how did Henry Mould find himself making the career swap after years managing the Havelock Hotel in Adelaide and the Mt Barker Hotel? Henry discusses the transition into the real estate industry and how the property market in and around Naracoorte is teaching him about a whole new way of life.

He’s a special commentator on “The Real Conversation’ and the Director or the Right Property Group in NSW, Steve Waters has the low down on housing affordability interstate and the affect the NSW market has on South Australia.

With the end of the financial year upon us, conveyancer Tim O’Halloran has the low down on changes that may affect you heading into 2018/19.

David from U Store It, part of a 38 year family owned business, talks about how they manage to keep vermin out of your stuff, why Totness was an ideal new location and whether they’ll ever consider auctioning off units like they do on reality TV shows.

Brett Roenfeldt is a 5 time Golden Gavel winner, the autioneer’s award winning career spanning decades. Brett tells us what it takes to be an auctioneer, how you could potentially be one and what preparation goes into selling just one home.

Greg Barnett owns and runs his family business Barnett’s Furniture Transport. So how many people does it take to shift an entire house and why should you choose a professional when you can just do the job yourself?

He’s descended from the family after which the suburb of O’Halloran Hill is named and Jason O’Halloran is still in the region, part of the team at Ray White Morphett Vale. Jason tells us what the market is looking like in the southern suburbs and why people are choosing to live south of the city.

Want an idea on what to expect from the real estate and finance markets in the new financial year? Economist Dr Andrew Wilson has a very positive outlook for the 2018/19 financial year, including why Donald Trump’s trade war could be beneficial to home owners here in Australia.

Did you know that concrete furniture is the latest trend in home decor? Robyn from Living by Design tells us how you can incorporate concrete into your home and why choosing one style is important when decorating your space.

David Reed has been building playgrounds for the past 30 years with his business Kidzspace. David tells Angus Campbell about the philosophy of building a playspace for expanding minds and how much it would cost to have one specifically designed for your backyard.

Ever wanted to know how much one of those gorgeous Ferretti Yachts cost and what you get included with your purchase? Rick Rodwell from Ray White Marine tells Angus Campbell about the boats of the rich and famous and how many grey nomads are swapping their land based retirement for one on the water.

Brian Inglis has decided to up stumps from Kingston and open a Ray White office in Goolwa. So what is the market looking like on the south coast and has he embraced the Cittaslow way of life? Brian Inglis fills us in on how life is looking with the sea to sea change.

When you’re looking to invest in property across Australia, especially in rural areas, it’s always good to know the weather outlook for the season ahead. Climatologist Dale Grey  specialises in the weather patterns of South East Australia, so how does El Nino look this year, can we expect enough rain and how to we compare to our drought stricken friends in Qld and NSW? Dale fills us in.

Brett from the Silo Cafe in Coonalpyn says the creation of the art on the silos across the road has been one of the best things to happen in the Murraylands Town. He says business has been booming since the art featuring local children was unveiled and the tourists continue to flock down the main street.

With South Australia becoming a genuine player in the business and real estate landscape, we asked author and specialist researcher on residential property Terry Ryder from Hot Spotting to tell us why. Terry gives us an Adelaide property report, explaining why our great city is underrated and where the boom looks set to strike next.

Director of Media and Communications Business SA Verity Edwards shares some shocking statistics revealed in a discussion paper on ice and methamphetamine use and it’s impact on South Australian industries.

In this edition of the Real Estate Wrap we discuss the effect of drug use on rental properties.
With ice impacting on people from all walks of life, all age brackets and employment status, well known property manager Marina J Kelly says it’s increasingly difficult to screen for the best possible tenant for your investment property.

With historic growth in the South Australian property sector, SA Policy Manager of the Property Council Of SA’s Torie Brown tells us why she thinks people have so much faith in SA right now. We also find out the driving forces behind the confidence levels and whether its a flash in the pan or here to stay. 

Geoff Lucas is an expert in Human Resources Consulting for Primary Producers and Agri Business across the state, the country and the world. With the company based right here in SA, Geoff discusses why he chose to move operations back to South Australia and what keeps them here and flourishing.

In this episode of the Real Estate Wrap, we discuss the Clare Valley with local Ray White rural sales representative Geoff Schell. As for a lot of South Australia, you don’t have to go far to experience drought conditions, so how is it looking around the Mid North and regional SA? Geoff gives us the latest and whether investing in agribusiness is a good idea right now.

In this edition of the Real Estate Wrap we head to south west Queensland to speak with local reporter Molly Hancock about how farmers are doing in the region that’s been experiencing drought conditions for 6 years now. Molly is a reporter for the Western Star in Roma and says now more than ever, tourism in the region is vital.

Cathy Day from Farm Gate Services says art adds so much value to your property and during this SALA Festival, you not only have the opportunity to see amazing pieces from local artists but you can purchase some for your own home!

Business broker Brett Buckley fills us in on the current state of business confidence in South Australia and whether, in his opinion, it’s sustainable and if now is a good time to invest in or sell a business in SA.

In this week’s edition of the Real Estate Wrap Courtney Blake, the owner of The Home Ideas Centre on ANZAC Highway talks about the latest trends in home renovation and the styles that will be the next big thing in your home!

If anyone knows about the latest trends in home renovation, it’s the co host of Channel 9’s BLOCKbuster reality show The Block Shelley Craft! She tells us about how the show has influenced the real estate market in Melbourne and whether we’d see a return to former Block sites for a look at how they’ve aged.

He’s one of SA’s best auctioneers, Hamish Mill talks us through how clearance rates are looking right now and the do’s and doni’t of auction day behavior!

His views on population are controversial to say the least. So why does Aussie entrepreneur Dick Smith want us to stop the growth?

Senior Climatologist from the Bureau of Meteorology Darren Ray has the details on what we can expect weather wise this Spring. Will it be a repeat of the 2016 deluge or will we be seeing a drier year in 2018.

Calling all young entrepreneurs, get involved with the SAYES program. Dr Andrea Robertson says she benefited greatly from being involved in the program a few years ago, saying learning the nuances of accounting software and how to better run the finances of her business was life changing.

In this edition of the Real Estate Wrap we speak with professional cleaner Lucy Lawson about how to tackle the big spring clean and why gumption should always be handy at your house!

Do you ever walk into someone’s home or business and immediately felt that something’s not right? Perhaps it’s because the energy of the place is out of sorts. That’s when you speak to Reiki and Feng shui expert Alex Ajawi. Alex tells us some tips on how you can make your space feel right.

Since 1985 KeyInvest have been providing retirement options across South Australia and Victoria. With aged care in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons recently, Sally Middleton from KeyInvest tells us how you can search for a great option to downsize while letting someone else take care of the maintenance with villages located around Adelaide including Victor Harbor, McLaren Vale and Woodside.

There was a recent Current Affairs segment that claimed the Australian housing market was about to take a major hit, dropping by 40% – 50% in the very near future. Is this scare mongering or something we should all be looking out for? Right Property Group’s Victor Kumar sets us straight.

There was a recent court case that saw a record out of court settlement between Toop & Toop and agent Arabella Hooper and her new employer Harris Real Estate regarding stolen information. Ben Clarence from has been following the story and gives us an insight into how the settlement may affect the real estate industry in SA.

The award winning principal of Ray White Adelaide Brett Pilgrim explains why his office has been so successful and why if you love people, hard but rewarding work and a job that doesn’t sit in the 9 to 5 then Real Estate could be the career for you. We also get an update on how the Adelaide market is performing, specifically apartment versus housing in the CBD and surrounds.

Has this year been the toughest Australia has seen economically since the GFC? Chief economist from My Housing Market Dr Andrew Wilson gives us his take on how both the country and the state is performing and whether the banks starting to raise their variable interest rates is a sign of the times to come.

In this episode of the Real Estate Wrap Business Broker Brett Buckley has a serious message for those politicians who he believes are undermining the defence subs project.

The Country Women’s Association has been serving the rural and regional woman and children of the state since 1929 and now, in this time of drought, their support is as crucial as ever. SA President Rossalyn Schuman says they have generous donors from the community who are helping them help those who are doing it tough on the land.

With all the talk around the downturn in the Sydney real estate market, there’s an area that is taking off, the era of the buyers market has arrived. With over a decade of real estate experience Buyer Agent Fiona Isherwood talks us through the insider benefits you get when you bring a buyer agent into the process of choosing your next property investment.

There has been some controversy surrounding a recent appointment of the President of the Real Estate institute of South Australia, so how does the man who has taken the mantle now feel about his position. Brett Roenfeldt says he hopes to instill a message of trust and accountability back into the industry.

Ben and Bryce from Empower Wealth have the top tips on whether now, in the time of market gloom in the eastern states, it’s time for buyers to spring into action. Should you be getting into or out of the market? The experts have the inside word.

On this week’s edition of the Real Estate Wrap we hear from‘s research analyst Eliza Owen on why auction rates are on the decline, what’s happening with listing numbers this Spring and how you can optimize your Domain app experience whether you’re selling, buying or renting.

Spring brings gorgeous sunny weather, blooming flowers and snakes… lots of snakes. Angus Campbell and Claire Murphy caught up with Adelaide snake catcher Tom Dunning to get some hints about how to keep snakes away from your back door and why having a snake in your yard isn’t the worst thing, in fact, it could be A LOT worse.