UPI 2: The Poorest Boy in the Richest Suburb

Welcome to the very first episode of the Urban Property Investor! I can’t wait to help you crack the code to real estate wealth. 


Over episode one and two I’ll be sharing with you my “war stories” from over 20 years of investing. I do this not to brag or seek sympathy but to show you that the path to real estate wealth is anything but linear. 


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On this episode you’ll hear me talk about – 


2:58 – Growing up the poorest boy in the richest suburb (and getting around in a Datsun Sunny


7:10: My Dad took a bullet for the family (don’t worry, not literally) to help create financial wealth


12:29 – Worries around COVID19 – the fear is palpable


14:23 – Limiting beliefs about money


16:16 – Getting kicked off the rugby team and listening to wealth creation tapes. 


19:00 – Being rejected from Crows Nest Tafe. Stuff you Crows Nest Tafe! 


20:00 – You gotta fight for what you want


21:00 – The old days of finding Mr or Mrs Right. It was so hard!


21:20 – Sweden to Sydney


23:15 – Passive income


28:40 – Real Estate agents don’t own real estate


29:45 – My dad gave me a box of cigars to enjoy six Cuban cigar moments whilst overseas


30:50 – The final cigar moment happened after being banged up abroad. 


37:05 – I grew up in Beverley Hills 90210. I grew up with Banker Wankers, Moguls, Yuppies & Rich Kids. 


38:20 What I missed when I was in jail


40:32 – You can’t let the setbacks hold you back


40:58 – My final lesson …

About the Author
Sam Saggers grew up the poorest kid in the richest suburb of Sydney. But that’s a story for another day (which he unpacks on episode one). Sam’s work in real estate is rather unmatched; he has helped over 7500 property investors get a leg up in real estate through his work as a property investor.