Michael Routh, January 2016

Michael Routh

Well, after 7…yep SEVEN extensions, 3 trips to Australian embassies in Japan (where I live and work as an expat) and Korea to get documents certified and countless disappointments and setbacks…I FINALLY settled the property. Michael RouthThanks to very helpful guidance from the Real Wealth Australia mentoring team, I not only was turned away from two potentially poor areas to invest in, but the mentors also gave me the confidence to know that I was buying a quality investment property that fit my specific buying rules.

I am very happy with my first property and have improved my investing knowledge greatly going through the Real Wealth Australia 10 in 10 course. The material is thorough and easy to follow and the mentors have been great. Thanks to the finance expert too who shared my daily settlement frustrations with me also.

I feel this tough first experience has made me stronger and wiser and I’m already looking forward to the next one with the lessons learnt from this experience to fall back on…. back to budgeting, saving and continuing to increase my property investment IQ. As they say ‘the first million (or first property) is always the hardest’

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