|−|PK Gupta has amassed 12 properties worth a combined $8.5million before he turned 32 - and has offered advice for all Australians looking to get into the housing market<br>A young investor who bought 12 properties around Australia worth $8.5million before he was 32 has shared his secrets for identifying promising areas and tips for securing your first home. <br>PK Gupta was working as an investment banker for JP Morgan when he was 21, but ' s out of control real estate market meant he was never going to be able to invest in the areas he wanted.<br> The data-driven entrepreneur decided to build a system that analysed the country's 15,000 suburbs, giving him an insight into the areas with the most potential for sustained financial growth.<br> 'I didn't care where I invested, I treated Australia as one big universe of opportunity, ' Mr Gupta told [ https://www. Google.com/ search? q= Daily%20Mail&btnI=lucky Daily Mail] Australia. <br> Mr Gupta recently bought this $3million home in the Gold Coast where he and his family will be living - it's value has already increased to $3.5million<br>The investor said he used simple data that anyone can find to narrow down every postcode in Australia to a select group of 50, before then identifying the ten suburbs with the best positive cash flow. <br>He used that analysis to buy his first home when he was 21, a property in East Gosford on New South Wales' Central Coast for $320,000.<br>'It came down to affordability.<br><br> East Gosford made sense. The rent was $400. It was giving me positive cash flow, ' Mr Gupta said. <br>'My data said it was a good investment. The Central Coast is becoming Greater Sydney.'<br>His system then saw him invest in the small town of Kingston, an area just outside Hobart, and Frankston, which he described as a previously ' derelict' suburb of Melbourne. <br> Mr Gupta bought the detached apartment for rent waterloo ([http:// better-san-diego-ca. jigsy. com/ better-san-diego-ca. jigsy.com] ) in Newcastle for $507,000, and the area's significant growth has seen its value nearly double to $950,000<br> Despite his success, which now sees him with 12 properties around the country valued at over $8million, Mr Gupta said he never planned to build <br> 'I wasn't interested in property at all, I just saw it as a vehicle to get ahead,' Mr Gupta said. <br>' When something helps like that, you grow to love it.<br><br>I 'm super passionate about it now, every day I love seeing what different markets are doing.' <br>The entrepreneur encouraged people to kick the common perceptions about real estate and insisted all the information is out there and extremely easy to access. <br>'Traditional property [ https://www. express. Co. uk/search? s= investment investment] is things like buy near the CBD and near train lines. <br><br>I didn't really buy that,' Mr Gupta told Daily Mail Australia. <br> One of his two properties in Brisbane, which was purchased for $350,000 and is now worth $650,000<br>Key Factors For Identifying Opportunities <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-b03b9710-ca81-11ec-b35b-a11a0d38d0db" website an Aussie bloke bought 12 houses by the time he was 32 |+|
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