Success Stories

    • As an active investor and sought-after property investment coach at Positive Real Estate in Tasmania, Carolyn knows a thing or two about renovation, yet she’s not immune to reno disasters. With a few clever decisions and quick thinking, Carolyn not only turned the disaster around but made a handsome $55,000 profit in the process read more

    • Cheyne and Sarah Meehan made serious profit through smart buying and renovation. Here’s how they managed to double their money in less than three months. read more

    • Parrish and wife Alyce embarked on a smart renovation that produced them an enviable $105k profit in just a month. Here’s how they did it read more

    • Fearing for their lives in Zimbabwe, Hanneke and Peter Taylor migrated to Perth and started an impressive property portfolio that would inspire their children to do the same. Hanneke tells John Hilton how her family’s passion for investing helped make them about $50,000 per property deal. read more

    • While working as a labourer, Jakab Golding made the decision to invest in property. Just a few shrewd investments enabled him to give up his day job to pursue his interest in music. He recounts his rags-to-riches story to Miriam Bell read more

    • Elaine Chase and her partner Tania have built up a property portfolio of more than $1.2m in net worth, despite being low-income earners. Elaine tells Danielle Chenery how her deep passion for property has helped secure her future and even led to a complete career change. read more

    • AFL star Matthew Pavlich has long been acknowledged as one of the most versatile players of his generation, with a captain’s temperament to match. Those same qualities have helped him become a prudent property investor with plans to win big. read more

    • Bianca and Matthew, in their mid-thirties, live in Spreyton in northern Tasmania. The king and queen of budgeting, the couple have built up a diverse property portfolio, despite being on an income of less than $40k each read more

    • A turn of the century property boom in his home country kick-started South African Stephen Courtney’s investment career. Now, he has his eye on some Australian deals and a potential retirement at age 45. read more