Helen Collier-Kogtevs is the Managing Director of Real Wealth Australia, a leading education and mentoring company for real estate investors. Not only is she a highly successful property investor and an educator, but also a best-selling author, and a philanthropist.
Helen is particularly passionate about helping people, especially people who are keen to create wealth and make a difference in their lives, and she has been mentoring thousands of new and experienced investors in their pursuit of wealth creation through property.
She founded Real Wealth Australia to mentor investors create wealth and financial freedom by focusing on helping them build an investment strategy to fit their individual goals, rather than focusing on one particular investing method using her successful “10 Properties in 10 Years™” system.
The age-old struggle of partners with differing passions is a very real problem for some passionate property investors out there, and it might even be you! So how do you create the same vision for the future that you can see is available? Be it property or any other passion that you have big dreams for.
What do you do when you go to the experts and you don’t agree with their financial plan? This is exactly the position Narelle and Tane found themselves in. Going as far as having heated arguments because the Financial Planner was not listening to what Narelle and Tane wanted as an asset base...
Like a lot of people who have a passion for Property, Morag and Andrew were fortunate to have a couple of properties under their belt, prior to becoming Real Wealth Australia members. And like a lot of other investors, felt lost and did not know what to do with their portfolio, or how to grow it for their future security.
Real estate cycles come and go, but one fact always remains true: property investing is an inexact science.
My apologies, self-employed people, but you’re risky, unreliable, seasonably variable and sometimes a little fuzzy with your paperwork. Or at least, that’s what a lender will say when you walk in the door asking for a loan.