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HARDCOPY BOOK

“My four-year-old the property investor”

Do you know that over 90% of the world’s millionaires made their first million from property? Why is it then that most Australian’s retire below the poverty line?

Cam McLellan – successful property investor, businessman and father, shares the knowledge that has allowed him the option to retire in his 30s, amass a substantial portfolio of commercial and residential property and build a group of companies which are listed in five BRW fast growth lists and employ over 100 team members.

Book cover of My Four Year Old The Property Investor

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It’s about your goals for
property investing success.

In this exclusive guide we explain:

  • How to spot an investment advisory shark
  • Counter cyclical investment strategy
  • The 6 key signs of a healthy market
  • 10 biggest mistakes made by property investors
  • The 3 easy steps to analysis capital city markets, areas and investment properties

HARDCOPY BOOK

"Investing in the new normal"

This new book draws on 50 years of Australian property investment experience plus thousands of hours’ research into local and global residential property trends. It gives you tools to cut through the white noise, master the ‘new normal’ and make informed decisions to grow your wealth.
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