Rentvesting: The Strategy For First-Home Buyers That’s ‘Creating Entrepreneurial Landlords’.


Rentvesting: The Strategy For First-Home Buyers That’s ‘Creating Entrepreneurial Landlords’.

The NEW property strategy for savvy Australians, and what’s stopping YOU from being successful in your property growth.

It was one of the most talked about property investing strategies in 2017, and yet, only 13% of Australians are doing it.

Success hack. RentVesting will:
1.         Get you to your end result, faster.
2.        We’ve provided ripper case studies, about real, live people, who achieved success in            RentVesting. You want to know the exact steps, so you can follow their footsteps.
3.        You’d better understand quick-smart, the barriers, the pitfalls and the obstacles that are            in the way of this strategy working for you.

Who this strategy is for, do you see yourself in this?
1.         People with a really strong desire to take control of their own future.
2.        People with savings or equity, and who are keen to learn a new property strategy
           to move forward fast.
3.        People who love investing in property and are looking to leverage their position.
4.        Individuals with a minimum of at least $90,000 in their Super account.
5.        Couples (or joint venture partners) who collectively have at least $90,000 in Super
           (can be up to 4 people).
6.        And definitely, this strategy is for people willing to look outside what they currently,
           already know, about property investing. They have mental flexibility.


The Australian obsession with property. How did it all start?

It was the Builder’s Generation (our grandparent’s) that set up the Australian culture to be obsessed on owning — and living — in their own home.

•        That generation aimed to pay off their one house that they lived in for over 30 years.
•        Work in one job for most of that time.
•        Put their kids through school.
•        Sell it on retirement and downsize.
•        And maybe take a holiday in their retirement.
•        Overall, that generation did not aim to own an investment portfolio.
•        Something really important to take note of.

Fast forward to current generations.

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•        They want to work remotely. And, they have 5-10 career and job changes in their
•        And, want to build a property portfolio fast.
•        They have noticeably more ‘mentally’ flexible when it comes to earning an income
         (entrepreneurial, shares, property) than previous generations. They like to think outside
         the square.

Bad news for Gen X and Millennials!
Thanks to skyrocketing property prices making it harder and harder for first home buyers to enter the market, which means that these generations are really disadvantaged, UNLESS they have a mental adjustment and apply a new life paradigm.

General Gen X and Millennials cultural norms:
•        Marriage is no longer necessary.
•        Same sex marriage is accepted.
•        The way to raise children. For example, get them vaccinated, or not.
•        To eat meat. Or not.
•        Work remotely, work from home. What about the current campervan lifestyle trend? The
         tiny house trend?
•        Multiple home-based businesses.
•        The ability to choose your religion and not be ostracised or segregated because if it.
•        Social media obsession – sharing your breakfast is really, really important!
•        How fame (or being infamous) almost rivals and supersedes statesmanlike, chivalry and
         academic qualities.

The SINGLE BIGGEST mistake Gen X and Millennials are doing
And yet, the one cultural norm that STILL lingers, is the notion that you are a “successful Australian” aka ‘you’ve made it’ if you buy a house… and live in it (not rent it out).
We’ve thrown out lots of other cultural norms that don’t work for us, but this one still lingers. And – it doesn’t work for us. It holds us back.


1.        GIVE UP the old fashioned notion of living in your own home. Instead, adopt a
          business mentality — entrepreneurial mentality — of creating a ‘business’ of the
2.       You purchase a property.
3.       You put a tenant in it. You claim maximum tax depreciation on it (can be up to $20k with
          new properties). The tenant and the tax man pay off your mortgage.
4.       You rent where you live.
5.       Repeat. Steps 1, 2, and 3.

That’s easy, right? It’s not easy. Are you in the top 13%?
And I know that it’s not easy because 87% of Australia property investors are STILL purchasing property, like their parents and grandparents did before them. Basically, they’re bringing an old fashioned emotion into their decisions, and deciding to live in what they buy… therefore they feel that they are living up to the Australian dream (which is to live in your own home). This strategy requires a Paradigm shift. And only 13% of investors are making the shift. 

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Occupation: Digital Designer and Fashion Editor.
Where they live: Paddington Sydney.
Goals and objectives: Chase their career goals in Sydney, and invest where they can afford.

Where they invested: Fitzgibbon and Redbank Plains (Brisbane).
Price of properties: Fitzgibbon Brisbane $351,950. Redbank Plains Brisbane was $321,800.
Rental returns: $351,950, Rent $350 - 5.1% yield $321,800 - Rent $330  - 5.3% yield

Bottom-line results: ²Brisbane has anticipated equity growth of 7%. So between 2017-2020, so that’s $47,000 equity over 3 years (each property).

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Occupation: Sports Performance Analyst & Event Co-ordinator.
Where they live: Qatar (Middle East). Goals and objectives: Building-up their careers overseas and building a property portfolio at home (for when they return).

Where they invested: Carseldine, that’s in Brisbane and Coombabah at the Gold Coast. Price of property: Carseldine Brisbane $360,000, Gold Coast $408,800. Rental returns: $360,000 - Rent $360 pw - 5.2% yield $408,800 - $420 pw  5.3% yield

Bottom-line results: That’s $86,520 potential equity, while Adam & Jasmin enjoy building their careers and travelling, overseas. ¹The Equity growth of Brisbane is anticipated 7% between 2017-2020, so that’s $25,200 equity over 3 years. And, Gold Coast town homes has an anticipated 15% growth between 2017 -2020 – so that’s $61,320 equity over 3 years.

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RentVesting is the NEW strategy for TODAY’S property investor. And the rewards are extraordinary. If you’d like to learn the exact steps of RentVesting, sign up to our NEW podcast: How RentVesting Gives you everything.