Karen Young from Everyday Property Investing podcast was never meant to be a successful property investor. Originally a nurse from Melbourne obsessed with the wonders of modern technology. At 32 Young realised she needed to get her head in the game, and began her own property investment journey.
In this episode of Property Investory Karen Young reveals how she uses spreadsheets and project management tools to build her portfolio. She’ll also teach us that the quality of a single property far exceeds the worth of dozens of unrefined investment properties.
Speaking with host Tyrone Shum, Young will also discuss her hit online show Everyday Property Investing. Which serves to educate people about property investing with ‘straightforward education and tips’.
Further we’ll also hear what Young’s most important advice is for the listeners, and how you can gain further help from this experienced property investor.
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In this episode, here’s what you’ll learn:
What does Karen Young actually do in any given day.
Where did Young grow up and her personal story. She shares her travelling experiences from Melbourne to London and back to Australia.
How did Young start investing into property.
How Young got involved in property in a more serious manner and really taking some time to learn, reading, seminars, expos, talking to people and actually really understanding property.
The best moment for Young and where she discovered her ah-hah moment.
Young’s worst investing moment, missed opportunities and possible investments that she regrets the most.
What is there left to be excited about for Young.
Show Notes and Credits:
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