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The Ultimate Investment Solution

Investing in property is like starting and running a self-manage profitable business that requires strategy planning, teamwork, market analysis, financial analysis, risk analysis, cash flow management, asset management & continuous learning.

The 10 fundamental questions
  1. How to build an $3m investment portfolio with minimum $40k deposit & $120k net profit within 13 years?
  2. What is the best investment strategy to achieve the goal?
  3. What is the best lending structure strategy to allow the $3m investment portfolio building?
  4. Where should I buy in AU?
  5. How to find the best growth location?
  6. How to find the best cash-flow location?
  7. How to target the best property with short-term (<3 years) and long-term(>10 years) growth?
  8. How to target the best property with positive cash flow?
  9. How to increase my certainty of buying a right property at a time?
  10. How to increase the property cashflow after the purchase?

We go through all these questions to demonstrate how it is going to work for you in a practical & systematic way.

What You Get

A residential property with positive gearing

  1. Capital growth: >5% per year on average.
  2. First year growth: >8% (Have enough potential to increase its value in under one year). Enabling you to invest in other property in the next one to two years.
  3. Undervalue: >3% (Ideally buying under market value by about 3% through negotiation by the seller)
  4. Rental yield: >5.5% (to allow paying off the mortgage by net rental income)

How You Should Invest

Strategy | Teamwork | Proven Practices | Data

  1. Invest in a property by confident and reducing risks through a right team of experts who are collaborating for your benefit  from buyer agent, mortgage broker, accountant, financial advisor, solicitor to builder and property manager. You won't be alone.
  2. Invest in property with a strategic plan based on your current lifestyle & financial circumstances, needs & risk level, not by chance.
  3. Invest in property by extensive research and data analysis from city, suburb, micro suburb to streel level, property itself and land potentials.
  4. Invest in property by leveraging our practical knowledge and tactics, not through news or opinions.

Who Should Invest

To be qualified for this opportunity, individuals should

  1. Have min $40k deposit in an Australian bank and able to save up $15k-20k per year.
  2. Have a  job with minmum $120k annual net income with 7% grow each year.
  3. Have no financial debt over $5k.
  4. Have the mindset of investing in property from financial and wealth creation perspective.
  5. Have the mindset of buying your first home as an investment where you can live for min 6 months then turn into an investment later on.
  6. Have the mindset of investing in property by plan and analysis, not by emotion.

Starting Point

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  1. Save your spot by simply expressing your interest by clicking on "Book A Call To Know More" for a free 30-mins conversation to get to know your benefits, the process and whether you are ready for this. 
  2. No obligation or upfront payment is required.

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Why Invest in Property !

Property Investment Pros & Cons


  1. Capital growth: Historically, property values have shown an average annual capital growth of around 7% in Australia. The demand vs supply dynamic in the market plays a significant role in driving the growth.
  2. Cash flow through rental income and expense management: Targeting a minimum 5.5% rental yields property to generate positive gearing which can provide a steady stream of income.
  3. Accelerated growth: Manufacture short-term capital growth through minor renovation or improvement or value-adding development or buying below its intrinsic value.
  4. Leverage from borrowing capacity: By leveraging investors' borrowing capacity, investors can amplify the potential returns on their investment. For example, if an investor puts down a 20% deposit and borrows the remaining 80% of the property's value, any increase in the property's value will be magnified on their initial investment. If the property value increases by 10%, the investor's equity will grow by 50% (10% of the property's value divided by the investor's 20% deposit). This leverage can significantly enhance the overall returns on the investment.
  5. Increase the value by Inflation: Property values tend to increase over time due to inflation. Investing in property can serve as a hedge against inflation, as the value of the property typically keeps pace with or exceeds the rate of inflation.
  6. Maximise return by Compound Interest: Compound interest refers to the interest earned on both the initial investment and any accumulated interest over time. Compound interest can work in your favour when the growth of your initial investment generates additional returns over time. The longer you hold the property, the more pronounced the effects of compound interest become.
  7. Unique Value Proposition: Properties with a twist that offer something unique and different or have the potential for future development or improvement can attract higher demand and command a premium in the market.
  8. Tax benefits: Strategic tax deduction such as tax-deductible repairing or renovation, depreciation or negative gearing, loan interest deduction, 50%discount on capital gains etc.
  9. Lower risk ratio in compare with other investment options: Real estate investment is generally considered to have lower volatility and be more predictable compared to other investment options, such as the stock market. Property has a proven track record of delivering average annual growth of around 7% over the long term, providing a relatively stable and consistent return on investment.
  10. Passive income generator: Property investment can serve as a passive income generator, especially when the rental income exceeds the property expenses (positive gearing).
  11. Timing: Property market cycles present opportunities for investors to enter the market at the right time. By understanding market trends and investing during periods of growth or when prices are favourable, investors can maximise their potential returns in the short term.


  1. Buying a wrong property risk: Making a poor investment decision and purchasing a property that does not generate the expected returns.
  2. Cash flow crunch: If rental income or other sources of cash flow from the property are insufficient to cover ongoing expenses and debt obligations, property owners may experience a cash flow crunch.
  3. High entry costs: Minimum requires $30,000 to cover all Upfront costs involved in acquiring a property
  4. Ongoing and additional costs: including property taxes, insurance, maintenance, repairs, and management fees.
  5. Surprises: Changes in market conditions, zoning regulations, or unexpected repairs.
  6. Tenant problems: Late payments, property damage, or disputes which are time consuming and may require legal action in some cases. 
  7. Liquidity risk: It may take time (average 30-60 days) to sell a property and convert it into cash.
  8. Lumpy risk: It may not be easy to sell a portion of the property or divide it into smaller units for sale.
  9. Market risk: Economic conditions, supply and demand dynamics, and other factors can impact the value of the property, potentially resulting in a loss of investment
  10. Interest rate risk: If interest rates rise, the cost of borrowing will increase, affecting the profitability of the investment.
  11. Legislative risks: New tax laws or zoning regulations may affect the profitability or permitted use of a property.
  12. Lack of diversification: The majority of an individual's wealth may be tied up in one property or a few properties
  13. Negative gearing limits the borrowing capacity: While negative gearing can provide tax benefits, it can also limit the borrower's capacity to borrow more funds for further property investment.
  14. Inflation rate: Reduce the purchasing power of property investors, making it more difficult to acquire or maintain properties.  Also, inflation increases in the cost of construction materials, labor, and other expenses related to property investment.