- AnnabelleSParticipant@annabellesJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 4
I just joined this forum today and I hope to be able to get along with everyone![email protected]Member@frank-avenuepattaya.netJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1
Hi, My name is Frank Satar, I am 36 yrs old and I have been in the Real Estate and finance industry for about 18 years (basically half my life). I am a silent partner at a small brokering firm in Melbourne and am currently in Thailand managing the sales team for Tulip Group development in Pattaya for the past 2 years. I started investing in properties when we started the brokering firm around 8 years ago and currently own a total of 6 investment properties in Australia and in Thailand. The Thai market is very busy considering the rest of the world and that is mostly due to it being sort of a cash market due to the fact that there are a lot of foreigners buying properties here. <moderator: delete advertising>. Kind Regards, Frank SatarSydParticipant@sydneyfelardJoin Date: 2016Post Count: 1
I’m Sydney Felard and I’m a NSW-based green campaing manager looking to become a property investor. I have little to no experience with REI but I’ve seen many people around me succeed in the field so I’m motivated to try and learn a thing or two, and hopefully do my first investment after a while.
I prefer investment opportunities with low risk as I am still in the process of learning. I’d love if you can share some experience and resources on this manner.
I’m currently working in the domestic maintenance industry and I have a good point of view of what my local market could offer. I also have a flexible working schedule so I’ll have plenty of time to educate myself, meet experts and visit some local properties for sale.
S. Felard / Domestic cleaning specialist, campaign manager and adviser in Sydney,NSWKashParticipant@sydneylocalcleanersJoin Date: 2018Post Count: 1
Few tips for home cleaning recipe.
#Make an all-purpose cleaner
– Here’s the cleaner recipe that will make nearly every surface gleam (especially kitchen counters, appliances, and inside the refrigerator).
Combine 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart warm water, and use it with a sponge to wipe messes away.
What you’ll need: baking soda, reusable spray bottle, sponge.