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...
Having purchased his first investment property in 2010, investor Sze Chuah has had a busy nine years. In this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, Sze joins host Phil Tarrant to reflect on his investment journey and to reveal how he did it.
Sze explains his decisions around how he structured his portfolio ownership across himself, his wife, an entity and within a SMSF, discusses how he manages his portfolio, and shares where he has been investing – and why Western Australia is next on his investment plan.
He also shares his views on bargain hunting for property, unpacks his investment strategy, and explains the importance of planning and structure when growing your portfolio.
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