Pink Hat Property Developing With Louise Fitzgerald-Baker

In this episode we’re back with Louise Fitzgerald-Baker a real estate agent, property investor, property developer, general entrepreneur and author of The Pink Hard Hats. Delving more into the story behind her property developments, the lessons she’s learnt along the way and how she educated herself before diving into property, we’ll learn not only about Fitzgerald-Baker’s journey but the important tips she has for other investors and developers as well as the life lessons she has for all individuals in general.

So join us in this episode of Property Investory to learn more about that pivotal project that made Fitzgerald-Baker realise the beauty and value of property developing and the steps she took to gain the confidence she needed to kick start her property career. She’ll also go into detail about why education, appreciation and mentality is important when investing and the personal success habits that you could implement into your life too!

In this episode, here’s what you’ll learn:

I think consistency is helpful in a world that can be strategic and change quickly. - Louise Fitzgerald - Baker'

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This episode was produced by Ashlyne Ocampo with narrations and interviews conducted by Tyrone Shum.

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