Speaking to owner of Bradley Property Group, Dave Bradley, we’ll follow the property developer through his natural progression from accounting to property investing and development, hear how he was forced to deleverage during the GFC and how he turned $640,000 into $1.2 million within 18 months.
We’ll find out how a pitted rivalry between him and a co-worker – Steve McKnight – spawned a fruitful partnership; how their business grew to the point of financial freedom; why just saying ‘yes’ helped Bradley aim high in development; and how in missing his daughter’s birth, he discovered the power of cash flow.
We will also discover personal habit behind Jones’ success, and the books he recommends to help you achieve your property investment goals.
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In this episode, here’s what you’ll learn:
Who Bradley is and his day to day life.
Bradley speaks of his past in building a portfolio with Steve McKnight.
Bradley shares a little bit about where he grew up before moving to Australia.
Bradley’s goal to become a chartered accountant and how he learnt about property.
Bradley gained insight and knowledge from his mentors and peers.
How competition rose between Bradley and McKnight and how they began their own accounting businesses.
Bradley’s entrance into the property development scene.
Bradley’s worst investing moments.
An important lesson Bradley learnt from his experiences.
Bradley speaks about cash flow and how it clicked for him
Bradley talks about the importance of timing in the property market.
Show Notes and Credits:
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