An Australian who lives in California made a rarely seen decision in real estate when he sold his three-bedroom home in Melbourne.
During a time of high investor activity and a disproportionate house price to income ratio, many young Australians have vocalised their concerns about entering the property market.
Australian test cricketer and property investor Stephen O’Keefe made a bad investment decision under the guidance of a buyer’s agent with a hidden agenda. Years later, he’s the one giving the advice – on how to avoid spruikers and set up your investment dream team.
Michael Xia had one goal in mind when he bought his first investment property: to quit the rat race. But what do property investors do once they strike gold and no longer need to work nine to five?
Jo’s passion for property led to a significant career change – but her self-employment has seen her come up against some roadblocks in terms of her serviceability and borrowing eligibility. How did she grow her portfolio despite these issues?
With her mother’s retirement fast approaching, and her financial position raising the prospect of having her as a new flatmate, Amy Mylius (buyer's advocate, Cate Bakos Property – pictured above) knew they had to act fast. How did Amy help her mother get back on track?
Victor Kumar woke up one day and realised that his cash flow was far too negative. After swallowing his pride and admitting defeat, he was able to build a much stronger portfolio.
An international real estate group has achieved “phenomenal success” after introducing an Australian-style auction platform in the United States.
An experience Jo had when buying her first investment property really irked her – but her success pushed her to focus on motivating women in property. What advice does she have for aspiring investors?
Michael Xia bought his first property on a whim, and his lack of research left him haemorrhaging his own cash in repayments. Nevertheless, through sheer grit and determination, his portfolio now consists of 14 properties, and his sights are set even higher.
Lauren and Lena started growing their portfolio with strong purchases in two popular Sydney suburbs – but the banks weren't happy with how negatively geared they were. What did they do to get approved and get their portfolio back on track?
Some might wonder if planning for your retirement at the young age of 22 is a bit absurd. For Stephanie, it was a no-brainer. But how will she go about it?
Stephanie Brennan spent her 22nd birthday signing the contract for her first investment property. Less than four years later, she has seven properties in her portfolio and no intention of slowing down any time soon.
Australian cricketer Stephen O’Keefe found himself pocketing $100,000 in winnings at a young age. But a combination of factors stopped him from blowing it all on flashy cars and holidays, and turned his focus to property investment instead
Well on her way to building an impressive portfolio and with ambitious investment goals for the future, it might surprise some that Diana Lovasi comes from humble beginnings.