Jane Slack-Smith is a two-time Australian Mortgage Broker of the Year recipient, best-selling author of Your Property Success and head of a property investment advice empire.
Now one of the defining voices of property investment in Australia, originally Slack-Smith was a mining girl from Dubbo with no plans for property. But as she’ll reveal in this episode, one reading of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad, changed this farm girl into Australia’s recommended property investment teacher.
You’ll also learn Slack-Smith’s best tips and tricks for money-making renovations that won’t chew up the bank.
So open a notebook and start writing, this is about to get educational.
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In this episode, here’s what you’ll learn:
What does Jane Slack-Smith usually do everyday.
Where did Slack-Smith grow up and her personal story. She worked in a mining industry and shares how she has written one book, “Your Property Success with Renovation”.
Slack-Smith explains how she balances so many roles, and what brought her into property investment.
How does one go from the first woman qualified to run an open cut coal mine in NSW to One of Australia’s top ten finance experts.
Slack-Smith’s journey on how she became a property investor and grew her multi-million dollar portfolio.
Slack-Smith shares what she had done and that’s where her love for teaching started.
What is there left to be excited about for Slack-Smith.
Show Notes and Credits:
Thanks a million for checking out this episode! Below are the websites and other tidbits that were mentioned in today’s podcast with Jane Slack Smith. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below and I’ll respond right away!
- Your Property Success Video Series (FREE)
- Investors Choice Mortgages
- Jane Slack-Smith Facebook
- The Ultimate Guide To Renovation
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