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'How property helped me quit the rat race'

By Staff Reporter
The Smart Property Investment Show
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Michael Xia is an investor with 14 properties in his portfolio, but initially he wasn’t driven by a hefty retirement goal – he just wanted to quit the corporate job he hated and spend more time playing touch football.

Now that he’s ditched corporate life (and is waiting for surgery after a football injury), he talks to @philliptarrant and The Smart Property Investment Show about his portfolio, what the recent changes to the cash rate and bank interest rates actually mean for real-life investors, and some of the financial tips and tricks all property buyers should know.

All this and much much more in this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show. Tune in now!

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Listen to other instalments of The Smart Property Investment Show:
Episode 74: How this investor plans to double his portfolio within 10 years
Episode 73: Bad builders: how this investor bounced back
Episode 72: Policy changes to interest-only loans: what buyers need to know
Episode 71: How this 'stubborn' investor recognised a property lemon
Episode 70: How this investor complements each property and balances his portfolio
Episode 69: Are you a ‘lazy’ investor? Consider the benefits to working with a financial team
Episode 68: Special episode: audience discussion live from the Property Buyer Expo
Episode 67: Don’t get ‘caught up in the now’: an expert reveals his tips for success
Episode 66: Wealth distribution: how should you manage your money?
Episode 65: Real estate agents: what separates the good from the bad?
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