Author – Speaker – Investor
billion dollars in real estate
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.
Over the past 26 years, Sam secured over 10000 property investments totaling over 5.7 billion dollars for his clientele creating over $785,000,000 income for them.
Today, Sam shares his insights to others as an elder on wealth creation, the urban behavioural economy and future trends in real estate, urbanity and business. He is a world-class keynote speaker, a master of business, a futurist and best-selling author. Sam is a dedicated property investor both personally and professionally.
The Urban Property Investor
The Urban Property Investor podcast with host Sam Saggers brings together the latest news, strategies and ideas to help grow your personal wealth from investing in real estate. With a major premise to help you join the 1% of people who achieve financial independence, Sam Saggers advocates ways to replace your income, invest in property and retire rich using trends that form part of the urban landscape.
On this code cracker episode of ‘The Urban Property Investor’ we look through the glass ball of September 2025 when the cash rate is going to be 2.35%. What will this mean for us as investors?
In this episode, we crack down on investment locations. We break down the dynamics between different investing locations, whether it’s the income levels, the transformation of a location, or what you will get out of it.
The tenant rent gap is a concept today that I’m noticing making a big difference inside of the return on investment rents for property investors. If executed properly you could be well on your way to fast-tracking your financially free retirement.
Putting together a diverse property portfolio requires a lot of strategising. I personally use a number of different approaches to ensure I’m getting the best return back from the markets I invest in. However, one strategy I swear by, and that has become somewhat of a golden ticket for me, is buying income streams.
Today I’m asking the big, critical question that too many of us shy away from. How much money do you need to die? Personally, as I’ve watched my parents over the past two decades since retiring, I’ve noticed their quality of life has diminished because they aren’t able to live the way they truly want.
Ever heard of the red ocean and blue ocean strategies? These are ideas that were initially created for the corporate world to help businesses grow more efficiently. However, we can also use these strategies and apply them to our property investing to stimulate wealth.