Having only started investing a year ago, Krys Drysdale has been quick to act on his plan to create wealth through property, a plan that sees him with no intention to ever own a principal place of residence, nor sell any part of his portfolio. Why is he doing it?
In this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, Krys joins host Phil Tarrant to share how his career in real estate helped him to decide that property was for him, and explains why no matter how well his investments go for him, he still has every intention of continuing to work as an agent.
Krys discusses each of his purchases, including “the worst purchase he has ever made”, shares the role that his super has played in his journey, and how he undertakes due diligence when buying a property to add to his portfolio.
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