Heiner and Karin Karst own their own home and they built a property portfolio of six investment properties between 2001 and 2004. They are currently reviewing their portfolio and goals.
Mark and Margaret Wachnik own their own home and have built a portfolio of 12 investment properties in just ten years.
Hung Kwan owns his own home, and has a portfolio of 21 residential investment properties, and one commercial property. Most of that investment has occurred in the past 10 years.
Bill Harisis and Tonia Paflis own their own home and have built a portfolio of ten houses over the past 10 years. They plan to have 20 investment properties by the time they retire.
ABOUT JAG (JOHN) AND DONNA LEWIS Occupation John: Offshore Installation Manager, Woodside Energy Donna: Household manager and manages investment portfolio Age: 51 & 50 Family: Two teenage daughters living at home & two sons living independently Live: Sunshine Coast, Queensland Began investing in residential property: 1999 Property portfolio value (including principal place of residence): $5.5…
Custodian has helped Eddie and Vicki get on track financially by not only explaining about the tax variation form but also setting up the correct loan structure and providing continuing investment support.
Steve and Kerry Bishop own seven investment properties. They recently sold their family home in Maitland, NSW and are renting while their dream home is being built on the shores of Lake Macquarie.
Welcome to our first edition of Custodian Millionaire Case Studies. I am excited to launch this ground breaking publication. Where else can you find a publication of case studies that profile ordinary Australians all using the ‘Custodian Principles’ that have built extraordinary wealth?
Builders & Property Investment is not about some ‘Get Rich Quick’ scheme as some would hope for. So many people today, especially in lower demographic societies, have developed what is deemed a ‘Lottery’ mentality. Rather than seeking out sound investment advice and applying hard work to a proven strategy, they constantly look for the quickest…