It’s often said that you make your money when you buy a property.

And that the purchase price is the main factor that determines your how much profit you pocket down the road.

So imagine if you could find and secure properties at 10% – 40% below the current market value - even in affluent, blue-chip suburbs.

Believe it or not, it is possible.

In fact, investors across Australia are getting discounts of $30,000… $75,000… even $150,000 right now.

  • Thanks to this strategy, an SA property investor got a discount of $35,000 on property in a wealthy suburb.
  • Another investor in Kewdale, WA got a $150k discount.
  • And investors in Wentworth Falls and Blacktown have secured properties at up to 11% below market value.

Now it’s your turn.

At the Real Estate Rescue event, you will discover how to find and potentially secure real estate at a 10% - 40% discount too.

But tickets are in short supply, so book yours today before you miss out


Dominique Grubisa

Lawyer, Property Investor And Debt Specialist

About Dominique

I purchased my first distressed property in my early 20s and had no idea what I was doing. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time, and the deal of the decade fell in my lap.

When I was ready to invest in a second property, I naturally wanted to find another great discounted property deal.

Of course sellers don’t advertise their properties as "distressed" or "below market."

And the few "deceased estate," "divorce," or "mortgagee" sales I found were already out there, and every Tom, Dick and Harry was buzzing around them in a lather and bumping up the price rather than offering me any discount.

I also discovered that there is no education curriculum to teach you the ropes on how to locate, buy and, sell distressed properties in Australia.

So drawing on my legal expertise, as a lawyer specialising in debt, I developed a repeatable 3 step process for investing in distressed properties in Australia.


How An Investor Got A $35,000+ Discount On Property In A Blue-Chip Suburb

The property above is in Melrose Park, an affluent suburb of South Australia.

And when property investor Karen first saw it listed, she knew she had hit the jackpot.

The market value at the time was in the high $400s and increasing. But Karen secured it up for $425,000 by sending a simple letter to one of the named beneficiaries.

That’s at least a $35,000 discount!

At Real Estate Rescue, you’ll discover how to find and secure discount properties in growth areas, too.

Real Case Studies Of Discounted Properties

Julie Sherden
Wentworth Falls, NSW
Purchase Price - $675,000
Price listed for - $750,000
Discount - $75,000 (10%)
Property found - Open for inspection
Circumstances for sell - on market deceased estate
Strategy -Flip
Liz and Mike Roughan
Blacktown, NSW
Purchase Price - $650,000
Price listed for - Auction(RP Data value $723-$750K)
Discount - $75,000 (11%)
Property found- Open for inspections
Circumstances for sell - on market deceased estate
Strategy - buy and hold - cash flow
Jason Chittenden
South Lake, WA
Purchase Price - $350,000
Price listed for - $420,000 bank owned
Discount - $70,000 (16.6%)
Property found - Court list
Circumstances for sell - mortgage
Strategy - renovate and flip
Dean and Karen Stjernqvist
Aberdare, NSW
Purchase Price - $300,000
Price listed for - $330,000
Discount - $30,000 (10%)
Property found - Through Agent
Circumstances for sell - personal circumstances of Owner - forced sale
Strategy - flip


Where Do You Find Great Deals Like These?

Now is the perfect storm economically, politically and socially. I have been waiting for all these indicators to align, for a long, long time.

The Americans have been doing this for years. I have taken their model, reverse-engineered it and built it from the ground up to fit the Australian property market, the Australian Legal System and the Australian Banking and Finance system.

Now it has all come together and the planets are aligned due to:

  •   The age of technology via the Internet. These deals are now publicly available if you join the dots and know where to look. The Internet has made the impossible possible.
  •  Tight lending conditions as a result of the Royal Commision.
  •   Cooling Property Market.
  •  Massive debt in our financial system. Australia leads the world on current data, spending over 200% of what we earn.
  •   Massive wealth migration. Money is flooding into Australia now, with a volatile global economy and new High Net Worth investors, and it is pouring into our property market.

All of these fundamentals are aligning to make a once in a lifetime, perfect environment for distressed property investing.

Why Now Is The Right Time For This Strategy?

Over the past 4 years, in virtually every state and territory, delinquencies have stepped up sequentially each year.

More and more people are struggling to balance debt and mortgage repayments. And recent data shows this trend is quickly reaching critical mass.

Problem property loans have now hit their highest level since the global financial crisis. And mortgage stress, which is shown by the yellow line in the chart below, is growing at a rapid rate.

The result? More than one million households are feeling the financial pinch, and many of them need help fast.

This conflux of events has created a unique opportunity for investors to secure property at below market value - while helping Australian families who have fallen on hard times.

At the Real Estate Rescue Summit, you’ll discover how to find these distressed properties and approach the owners.

Plus, you’ll discover how to negotiate ‘win-win-win’ deals that helps borrowers to get back on their feet... gets the bank their money… and allows you to secure the property at up to potentially 40% below market value

Who Should Attend?

This process has assisted me to buy, sell and hold multi millions of dollars worth of real estate over the past 15 years.

  • If you want to buy a property for 10-40% below market value...
  • If you want to make money when you buy and obtain instant equity that may otherwise take years to realise through traditional ‘buy and hold’ investing…
  • If you are wanting to get started in property but have no money behind you and no ability to borrow any…
  • If you are looking for a way to create an income in your spare time, which can supplement or replace your day job…
  • If you are a renovator wanting to source a property below market, add value and “flip” for a quick profit…

The good news is that it really is possible, when you understand how to find and invest in distressed properties – all you need is my insider knowledge. That is why I am running a very special two-hour event called the ‘Real Estate Rescue Intensive’ to introduce you to my 3-step process.

Unbiased reviews on Real Estate Rescue


Are People Who Buy Distressed Properties Greedy Opportunists?

Sure, some investors unfortunately fit that stereotype.

However, those who are successful long-term are compassionate, fair minded and genuinely want to help property owners solve their financial problems while earning a fair and reasonable profit in return.

By taking problems off distressed property owners, you can help protect their credit rating potentially saving them from bankruptcy and assisting in rebuilding their lives.

That is good news because it means that they can move on to potentially rent or buy another property later down the track.

I want YOU to join the ranks of successful, fair-minded investors at my
‘Real Estate Rescue’ Intensive.

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Frequently Asked Questions

One of the most common questions we get asked at the DG Institute is how to find undervalued property.

After teaching thousands of people how to secure below market value deals, we can tell you that there are many ways... some better than others.

For example, one way to find undervalued property is to search on real estate agent websites. The problem is, a lot of people use this strategy to buy low and sell high. That means there is a lot of competition and it's hard to find great deals.

Another approach investors use to find undervalued property is buying lists from companies like SQM research. But these lists are expensive, so it can be costly to do in-depth analysis.

What other options are there?

Well, at the upcoming Real Estate Rescue intensive, you can discover several strategies that are not well known. These strategies can help you to find properties at up to 40% below market value.

If you're interested in learning more, have a look at our Real Estate Rescue Intensive event page.

Real Estate Rescue is one of the most popular programs that the DG Institute offers. But what's included in it?

Real Estate Rescue teaches you how to find and secure a property at up to 40% below market value.

DG Institute founder, Dominique Grubisa developed the program. Dominique has more than 15 years of experience investing in distressed properties. She has bought, sold or held millions of dollars worth of real estate. And she is one of Australia's leading experts on distressed property investing.

In the Real Estate Rescue, Dominique will teach you:

In this property investment course, you'll learn:

How to find and potentially secure the distressed property from motivated vendors. How to structure deals so that you can potentially secure with little or no money down. The 3 types of distressed property deals that are working great in today's market.

The program is an excellent introduction to investing in property. Once you secure a distressed property, you can renovate it for a fast profit, flipping. Or you can hold onto it for cash flow or capital growth.

If you would like to find out more on flipping houses click here.

Property investment is the process of securing a single property for financial gain. This property can be residential or commercial. Property investors make money from selling for capital gains or from rental income.

But the question is; how do you buy an investment property? Here are a few simple tips to get you started.

First, you need to do research. The goal is to find the right investment property at the right price. The best investment properties are often the ones that you can buy below the market value.

Second, you need to understand your goals. Do you plan to flip the property for profits? Or are you going to hold onto it for growth or cash flow?

Finally, you must know your numbers. It's essential to be clear on costs and potential returns before you do anything.

If you would like to learn more about how to buy an investment property, have a look our five tips for investing in today's real estate market article.

Real estate is a national obsession in Australia. But if you haven't invested before, you may be wondering, "What is an investment property?"

In general, an investment property is a property that an investor buys for financial gain. The property can be commercial or residential.

Inside this broad definition, there are cashflow properties and capital growth properties.

An investor makes money from a cashflow property through regular rental returns. An investor makes money from a capital growth property when they sell it.

In both these scenarios, the price you pay for the property has a significant impact on the returns. That's why many experts say that you make your money when you buy.

At the Real Estate Rescue Summit, you can discover how to secure a property at below market value. This means you be profitable from Day One. If you want to find out more, secure your ticket for the next event.


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