Cam McLellan

Cam McLellan

Director of OpenCorp, Cam McLellan is committed to sharing his passion and property investment knowledge with everyday Australians.
After thriving in the telecommunications, technology and recruitment sectors and making six BRW Lists in 8 years, alongside accomplished OpenCorp. entrepreneurs Matthew Lewison and Allister Lewison, founded OpenCorp. eight years ago.
Cam started investing in real estate at a young age and quickly mastered the art of building sustainable wealth. He has used the same wealth building strategy to develop a multi-million dollar business, sharing his knowledge and skill with ordinary Australians. Cam has personally bought, sold and developed numerous properties and has an extensive residential and commercial investment portfolio.

  • I was recently sent a very specific question via our Facebook page and thought it would be a perfect topic to blog on this week. The question came from an investor who was trying to understand if there would be any value in paying less for a property due to smaller land size, if you’re achieving the same number of bedrooms read more

  • I’m very curious to hear if anyone followed the Shares Race in The Age last year. With the recent revelations in the share market, the memory of this article came back to me. The article was very similar to a maths exercise we did at school in year 10. The teacher said, “Kids, you’ve got $10,000 - invest your ‘money’ in the stock market and let’s see who comes out with the most in a month.” read more

  • Today’s post is for all of those who have decided to forego buying their own home for now and continue renting, whilst building a strong portfolio. read more

  • Today I want to talk about investing in multiple capital cities and how to be comfortable and secure buying an investment property in a market other than where you live. read more

  • Enjoy the life you are living and want to keep it up in retirement? It is very achievable to retire your household on $200,000 a year, but doing so depends on two things. The first is the amount of capital or unused equity that you have available for deposits. The second and perhaps more important factor is the need to invest across multiple capital cities. read more

  • When you start to age, you go and get fixed up - so what happens when your portfolio starts to age? Let’s say you’ve got a 30-year-old property; you bought it new so you would get the best tenants, no rental vacancy, depreciation and quick loans but now it has aged. The good news is you can turn it all around because your property has, worst case, tripled in value. read more