When the majority of the population hear the words “property developer” they most likely think of a rich old man driving a Lamborghini that doesn’t have time to pick up the $1000 he’s just dropped on the floor. While these larger than life developers absolutely exist they are not what a normal property developer looks like. A lot of property developers in Australia are just average men and women that are educated, determined and driven to succeed in the world of property development. The way that most of these Aussies get their first, second and many more projects under way isn’t generally from throwing their own cash at the projects, it’s from using one or more of these 7 different way to fund and potentially make money from property development.

Rob Flux has been investing in property for over 32 years and developing real estate for 12 years. Hosting one of Australia’s biggest developer network groups, it’s pretty safe to say he knows a thing or two about finding, financing and profiting in the world of property developing. This episode is designed to help anyone that’s wanted to get into property development but has felt the finance is what’s holding them back. Find out more about Rob and his developer network: https://www.developernetwork.com.au/

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