From family tragedy to successful young investor: 'How I did it'
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From family tragedy to successful young investor: 'How I did it'

By Staff Reporter
The Smart Property Investment Show

In this week's episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, a real-life investor reveals how her difficult childhood enabled her to create a multi-property portfolio by the age of just 27.

Niusha Zumbo contacted The Smart Property Investment Show after hearing Jo Vadillo and Vivienne Kelly on the podcast discussing the lack of women on the show – and she wanted to share her story.

Niusha reveals how working from the age of 12 set her up for success, even in difficult circumstances, and all the lessons she's learnt investing in property from the age of 21.

She also discusses with @philliptarrant if a wedding can undo your investment and savings goals, and weighs in on whether fellow investors should be nervous in the wake of recent political and economic uncertainty.

Should we keep calm and carry on? Or should we make alterations to our expectations, goals and strategies?

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

This week's episode is sponsored by Defence Housing Australia. To find out more, call 133 DHA (133 342) or visit dha.gov.au/lookforward

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From family tragedy to successful young investor: 'How I did it'
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