I spent almost 10 years doing aged care, so working for aged care, owner of one of the aged care overseas. And then before this, I came to Australia and I thought to do something with real estate development, renovation. I’m doing the real estate because it’s really something that provides flexibility, and at the same time lifestyle, with coached and trained with DG Institute, and that is really rewarding. When I start, I did not know what to do with development. I don’t know anything about how to develop, how to subdivide.
I did not know how to get money through the investors and joint ventures. So getting the knowledge was one of the most important through the training sessions, but getting the experience … The good thing about coaching, actually with my coaches, to answer the questions and help and experience the deals. So we go out of there and we talk with vendors, and many times we get just difficult kind of responses that, “Don’t call us again, don’t send letters again.” Others, they said, “Yes please, can you come in and help us?” So that’s really rewarding. It’s beautiful, I love it, I like it, I recommend it. Just go out there and action it. Action, action and action it.
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I needed access to a coach that could shortcut me from A to Z without having to reinvent the wheel. I have bought one property in the form of a
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I originally joined DG as I knew there was always another way outside of having a day job. Every property journey has some lows, one of our first
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Well, I've done investing before but I've always felt like I was missing a key ingredient, which I now know I have been missing a key ingredient.
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The experience is absolutely fantastic. Dominic and the team are so empowering. There's a lot of information that I've taken. A lot of knowledge. A
I wanted to progress in real estate investment and I love doing developments. I love renovating and so I needed the guidance and the support and the
The key learnings have given me a point of launching as soon as tomorrow. I've done the research before, I've read the materials, saw a little bit of
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I've been to a couple of Dominique's events and she's so knowledgeable and really knows what she's talking about and I trust her, so I want to know
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