How a rainy day started Katie’s property journey
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How a rainy day started Katie’s property journey

How a rainy day started Katie’s property journey

by Todd Stevens | July 23, 2018

Katie Koo’s property journey began completely by chance.  While waiting to meet her mum in Hurstville at age 18 on what was a rainy day, Katie sought shelter in a nearby home - which just happened to be open for inspection. She fell in love and bought it.

Katie Koo, Property Investor

In this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show Katie joins host Phil Tarrant to talk through her portfolio more than ten years on, which now boasts 5 properties and a minimal amount of outstanding debt.  Katie will discuss how she has grown her portfolio, why she no longer self manages and shares her future portfolio plans.  

Katie will also share how her first renovation cost her just $500 thanks to her drive to learn the art of DIY, as well as how her work as a financial adviser is helping others to achieve their property goals.

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AREAS MENTIONED:

Hurstville
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