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  • Profile photo of sstarsstar
    Join Date: 2020
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    I have just discovered YouTuber/property investor Konrad bobilaks content and he really sells the idea of wealth creation through capital growth, and using leverage and equity to build your portfolio. I am new to property investing and still trying to learn as much as possible.  I noticed comments were disabled on all of his videos and after doing a bit of digging I found he has some connection to some shady real estate ‘options’ deals about a decade ago where some people were duped.  Has anyone on here heard of this guy? And if so is any of his content expertise valid??

    Profile photo of JaxonJaxon
    Join Date: 2014
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    hey Sstar,


    Good to see your learning,

    Never heard of him, However, I did review a few vids as I was interested.


    The way I see it, everyone has a lesson.

    You watch for both sides of the positive & negative and you’re going to learn a lot more than just picking up one side.


    I personally am not a big fan of getting in debt for assets that loose money on the hopes of only growth to sustain your portfolio, I rather strong returns with the capacity to add value & buy under market value. (generally, some exceptions)


    Wish you all the best!


    Kind regards

    Jaxon Avery
    JPA Financial services



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