How I achieved financial freedom in the face of divorce
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How I achieved financial freedom in the face of divorce

By Vivienne Kelly
Lisa Indge on The Smart Property Investment Show

Getting divorced can be a serious hit to your personal finances — so in this podcast we hear from an investor who used it as a catalyst to build wealth and achieve financial freedom.

Lisa Indge, a property manager, found herself with three children, staring down the barrel of separation, unable to afford to buy a sufficiently-sized property in her desired location. So she turned to renting and began investing.

Here she reveals to The Smart Property Investment Show why, despite being a property manager, she doesn’t manage her own properties, how she negotiates rent increases and what she looks for in investments, both within and outside of her self-managed super fund.

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

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