Success Stories

    • Kerry Stevenson’s start in property began “as a game”, in which she threw out outlandishly low offers when looking for an affordable home for herself and her young son in 1999. Little did she know that this first act of resourceful thinking would propel her into the role of property entrepreneur, with a portfolio today worth almost $5m read more

    • Record-high prices and mediocre yields in metropolitan Sydney have created a large cash flow gap for investors to fill. However, property investor Zack Raad has been able to almost double the rental return on his Cambridge Park property with the addition of a unique granny flat that stands out amongst all the others read more

    • Together for 18 years, Deb Campodonico and her husband Aldo first dipped their toes into property investment 10 years ago. They tell Pauline Hatch how, by creating their own equity and cash flow through renovations, they leapfrogged their way up the property ladder and are now moving into the next phase of their evolving strategy read more

    • As relatively new investors, Gold Coast couple Ash and Simon weren’t afraid to test different strategies to find the best fit for their situation. From putting up their own home for rent, to using their superannuation fund to add to their growing portfolio, Simon and Ash jumped in both feet first and didn’t look back – even when things didn’t quite go to plan. Pauline Hatch reports read more

    • Just a few years ago, hopeful investor Keshav Jha was flipping through property magazines and gathering whatever tips and advice he could from experienced professionals. Five years on, his portfolio boasts 10 properties across five states and territories – and he took out the top prize in Your Investment Property’s Investor of the Year Awards 2016 read more

    • For this young gun, success in the real estate game has been all about mastering property development. He only began investing a couple of years ago, but already he’s generated a multimillion-dollar profit – and he’s nowhere near finished yet. read more