Whether I have or not, which is beside the point in this instance, but wanted to develop a strong property investment portfolio, I am going to listen to experts you have a proven track record. If I want to create a wealth portfolio for my retirement, or for my family, I am going to obtain advice from those who have clearly achieved this already, and have demonstrated clear success. It’s their examples that I am going to consider before listening to the guy next door who has an opinion about everything.
According to Custodian – Invest Different, “CEO John Fitzgerald is a renowned and respected Australian property expert with over 30 years’ experience in residential real estate, property development and investment.” The real Custodian Reviews will begin to show, as any business seeks to promote, the success stories from average individuals who rose above the average. The Custodian Wealth Builders program is open for all to assess on their own merits, and, like any serious investment opportunity, it should be suitably evaluated.
As the author of this blog article, I can tell you that personally I am no expert in Property Investment, and if I had hard earned money to invest, I would want the best advice I can get. I can either listen to the guy next door who seems to know everything about anything and yet have nothing, or I can turn to someone who has a proven track record of success.
One example is the Baily family, who achieved a lot in 8 years. They’ve gone from having their own home to having 10 investment properties, plus own their own home. With independence, freedom, choice, they can now really pick up and do things as they want to, rather than forced to do things. Listen for yourself – David Bailey’s Story
Custodian Wealth Builders are considered just one of many experts in the field of property investment. They provide a considerable amount of feedback for you to be the judge! Why not go to their site and actually judge for yourself – Visit Custodian
*extract from Custodian Millionaire Case Studies magazine printed in 2012.