The Beyond the Field podcast series provides expert advice and education for anyone who wants to grow their wealth using property, from first home buyers through to seasoned property investors. It is powered by Kayne Wahlstrom, Isa Nacewa and Jess Wahlstrom. Kayne is the co-founder of Money Empire with over ten years experience in the financial advice industry. Isa is an ex-professional rugby player who has successfully transitioned into a career in finance and property and, Jess, co-founder of Money Empire, brings her creative vision to the series and appears on the Guest Speaker episodes.

Beyond the Field 2.0 is the same great content with a fresh new look and feel. We have designed the content to educate and inspire to tick off your property and finance goals. And when we say ‘Beyond the Field’ we mean YOUR field – whatever that may be. BTF gives you an exclusive behind the scenes insight into the property and finance industry to provide you with the power, to take back control of your future. Each week BTF releases educational episodes as well as Guest Episodes, where we chat with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, sports stars, and the stories of everyday people.

Join us to chat all things money, property and wealth on #beyondthefield podcast series on Apple Podcast and Spotify.

   

August 21, 2020
external debt getting mortgage

Outside Debt & How It Affects Obtaining a Mortgage | Ep. 114

Isa & Kayne talk through how car finance, credit cards, storecards, personal loans and student loans all affect your serviceability to obtain a mortgage and gets you to think do you need it? What are your long term goals? Will this affect me buying a property? It's a common question we get all the time!
August 19, 2020
OCR drop negatives 2021

Interest Rate Update – COVID Style | Ep. 113

Kayne explains to the listeners how the OCR will most likely drop into the negatives next year for the first time and how that looks for a mortgage borrower.
August 18, 2020
first home buyer questions

Social Media Questions from First Home Buyers, Featuring Lisa Barton. | Ep. 112

Today the BTF team are joined by Lisa Barton - the GOAT adviser in the first home buyer market. Lisa shares the commons questions she has received lately from her FHB audience. They range from: What income can I use? I'm a single mum, can I still get a mortgage? I have a car loan - will that hinder my chances of getting approval?
August 17, 2020
new zealand economy lockdown 2020

Lockdown 2.0 – Here We Go Again | Ep. 111

Kayne summarises for the listeners what lockdown 2.0 looks like for the economy. He shares his opinion on how to get through this time, the next wage subsidy and the importance to plan, plan, plan!
August 14, 2020
budgeting and managing budget

MONEY WEEK SPECIAL – Budgeting. | Ep. 110

Money Week Special - BTF talk with the Money Empire team to bring together all the components which make the budget complete. Why you should have a budget, how you start one and creating good habits.
August 13, 2020
savings account and kiwisaver

MONEY WEEK SPECIAL – Savings. | Ep. 109

Money Week Special - BTF talk with Goran Loncar, Money Empire Senior Adviser on the different types of savings, why it's so important to create an emergency fund and how Kiwisaver acts a compulsory savings account.
August 12, 2020
debt banks credit limits

MONEY WEEK SPECIAL – Consumer Debt. | Ep.108

Money Week Special - BTF talk with Lisa Barton, Money Empire Senior Adviser to discuss the types of consumer debt out in the market, the pitfalls of these credit contracts and why banks keep offering increased credit limits to you.
August 11, 2020
expense types and management

MONEY WEEK SPECIAL – Expenses. | Ep. 107

Money Week Special - BTF talk with Goran Loncar, Money Empire's Senior Adviser on what the three types of Expenses are being Fixed, Variable & discretionary. We also share tips to reduce your outgoings and things to be aware of.
August 11, 2020
income types

MONEY WEEK SPECIAL – Income. | Ep. 106

Money Week Special - BTF talk with Isa Nacewa on Income - what is your income, why people get confused on how much they actually earn and all the different types.