Growing A Portfolio To 6 Properties Using Rent: Ko Ko Naing

As IT professional Ko Ko Naing shares his journey from Burma to Australia and how he made the shift from renter to property investor, we will follow his story from a steep compensation amount of $900 to an a-ha moment on increasing rental yield!

Uncover the mobile developer’s views on good debt and bad debt, how he migrated to Australia with only $10,000 in hand and unable to buy a home, what led him to build his portfolio of six investment properties and why it’s essential to get to know the market you’re investing in.

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

  • 01:40

    Ko Ko shares his daily activities as a software developer, explaining how he balances work during the day and property during the night.

  • 03:12

    Growing up in Thailand, Ko Ko came to Australia in 2003 – balancing two jobs he shares how he began having an interest in property.

  • 13:09

    Purchasing his own home in 2012, he shares buying his first investment at Ballarat.

  • 15:22

    Ko Ko expresses the worst investing moment he experienced as he shares with us where he found the properties he bought and why he bought those properties.

Show Notes and Credits:

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This episode was produced by Alex Cooper with narrations and interviews conducted by Tyrone Shum.

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