In this episode of the Build Hatch Podcast, we take a deep dive into the world of property development with Ben Doyle from Fiducia Property.
In this episode we talk about:
The beginnings of Fiducia Property in 2001 and Ben’s unique approach to display suites.
Ben seeks to be transparent and available to his clients and shares the importance of building trust.
The importance of not wasting materials when it comes to display suites.
Ben grew up all over the country and from the young age of 8 would help his step-father renovate the family home, learning his work ethic and the importance of earning his keep.
At the age of 17 Ben’s passion for boxing led him to a career in security all while completing a plumbing apprenticeship.
Making the jump from protecting super stars to the world of property development and the key influencers in Ben’s career.
Ben’s unique approach to property development and renovation projects.
The general rules of property development and Ben’s tips for those starting out.
The value of research, statistics and having a strong mentor in business.
Ben’s key lessons from his first property developments.
The awards Fiducia Property has won.
Working with ‘Hoyne Place Visioning, Property Branding and Marketing’, to create a specific look and feel for projects.
The value of the team you work with and working long term with other contractors.
Ben passionately explains his most recent luxury project, ‘Harriette’ and his love for exposed brick.
Outside of work routinely gets up at 5:00am each morning to surf or box, and finds this time invaluable to keep him on his game and focused.
The importance of women in his personal and professional life including his lovely wife Marie and their children.
The future for Fiducia Property.
Sit back and enjoy this helpful interview with property developer, Ben Doyle.
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Build Hatch Podcast Soundtrack Title: “Ride It Like You Mean It”. Artist Name: Kristian Leo. Written By: Evert Zeevalkink. Published by Soundstripe Productions.