How this first-generation Aussie bagged a $2.5m portfolio by 32
Coming from a hard-working battler family, this investor saw the importance of making his money work harder for him, bef...
Jason Chapman bought his first investment property four years ago with no intention of renovating it, but an accidental fire caused by his tenant meant he was forced to do just that.
On this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, Jason joins host Phil Tarrant to provide some insight into his property portfolio, why being covered by insurance is absolutely critical, and how a parental guarantee helped him manage his finances more effectively.
Jason also outlines an average day in his life as a railway signal electrician, how he makes more informed investment decisions, and whether COVID-19 is changing the way he’s investing.
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In real estate, insurance is a contract or policy that protects an individual or entity’s property from damages and losses, receiving reimbursement from an insurance company.
Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.