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Cam McLellan

Director of OpenCorp, Cam McLellan is committed to sharing his passion and property investment knowledge with everyday Australians.
After thriving in the telecommunications, technology and recruitment sectors and making six BRW Lists in 8 years, alongside accomplished OpenCorp. entrepreneurs Matthew Lewison and Allister Lewison, founded OpenCorp. eight years ago.
Cam started investing in real estate at a young age and quickly mastered the art of building sustainable wealth. He has used the same wealth building strategy to develop a multi-million dollar business, sharing his knowledge and skill with ordinary Australians. Cam has personally bought, sold and developed numerous properties and has an extensive residential and commercial investment portfolio.

  • Housing Affordability: Using Property as a Vehicle Nov 10, 2017

    Yes, Australian house prices have risen substantially but this doesn’t mean that houses are now unaffordable. It just means that prospective property buyers must be savvy and find an entry point into the market.

  • Cash Flow vs Capital Growth vs Compound Growth: What’s Best for You? Oct 27, 2017

    There’s no ‘get rich quick’ scheme to build your wealth, but three types of investment strategies tend to drive people’s property investment portfolios: cash flow, capital growth, and compound growth.

  • Why Property for Me? May 27, 2016

    I want to discuss a few of the basic must-knows to building a portfolio and why history was important to me when choosing property as my wealth-building vehicle.

  • Selling: A Game of Snakes and Ladders May 20, 2016

    If you decide to sell an investment property consider the advantages and disadvantages before putting up that For Sale sign.

  • Lazy equity May 17, 2016

    Lazy Equity is the term given to equity that you have accumulated in your property portfolio but which, for some reason, you are not putting to its most appropriate use (ie to invest in more appreciating assets). Read on to find out the the two main reasons why investors accumulate lazy equity...

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