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How To Build A Portfolio With 20 Properties Under The Age of 30 With Sam Gordon

Season 4, Ep. 491

Sam Gordon is a very successful property investor and buyer’s agent. He is also the founder of property buyer’s agency, Australian Property Scout. His business helps clients get the best possible deals available whether on or off the market. Gordon is one of the most successful property investors in Australia and he wants to impart some of the wisdom he has learnt along his journey. 

Join us as we reconnect with Gordon and find out more about some of the projects he has been working on since the last time we spoke with him, he talks to us about a special goal that he achieve recently, we delve into the mindset that he needed to have to achieve everything he has so far in his career, what he predicts is going to happen in the next 12 months, and much much more!

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