How this 32-year-old built a $2.5m property portfolio
Being a first-generation migrant who saw his parents work hard for everything they had, this property investor used it a...
Many Generation Y people believe that property ownership is out of their grasp, but Ayda Shabanz however claims that not only is this a myth, but given the right direction, property ownership and investment for this demographic is very much a possibility.
In this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show, Ayda joins host Phil Tarrant to share her personal investment journey which saw her buy her first property at 18 years old, and why she believes that a solid plan is all that is needed to crack the market.
Ayda discusses the spending habits and expectations of Generation Y which are working against them, why a sector flooded with advice can actually be a bad thing and warns about the pitfalls that she has seen this demographic fall into.
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