Way back in history (say, at least 10 years ago) you could have been forgiven for passing up property investing because you lived in a remote location. Locations like Normanton, Tibooburra, Underbool, Waratah, Oodnadatta and Warburton just to name a few.
Back then, realestate.com.au wasn’t a household name, satellite phones cost more than cars and iPhones weren’t even invented yet.
Today, due to the wonders of modern technology, a property investor in Oodnadatta has the same opportunities as one in Sydney. Remoteness is no longer a valid excuse.
Property investors across Australia (and also expats overseas) are being supported by Destiny’s Virtual Branch.
Mark Rossiter, the manager of the Virtual Branch, is a qualified property investment advisor and experienced property investor who assists remote clients to build property portfolios.
“At the Virtual Branch, we support clients via telephone and email, in addition to our ‘Virtual Classroom’ software.”
“With the emergence of Skype, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and similar online platforms, the metaphorical distance between city and country no longer exists.”
“I have a client in the Maldives who settled on an investment property whilst standing under a palm tree on a tropical island, using his iPhone. Another couple travel around country Australia working and investing using their satellite phone and the internet.”
Workers on the oil rigs, miners in the desert and farmers in the outback take heed – property investing is possible from absolutely anywhere.
Mark Rossiter can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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