Hi, I am always willing to learn new information and knowledge from people. I also respect the fact that people may have a different investment strategy that works for them in their property investment journey. Attached is my very poor photography of some figures from an article on YIP August edition. Congraz to the fellow and if it works for him, than great. To be honest, I am still still very new in this and know nothing about the Queensland market but in all honestly, I would be very concerned with these figures and choice of places (Happy to be shown the light, because maybe I do suffer from tunnel vision) Firstly, I cannot see Southport going up that much in capital and with the number of blocks coming up at the moment. Yes, the Commonwealth games is around the corner, but what happens after that? If the fellow bought two properties which are Meriton buildings than expect many unexpected bills later on down the track (goggle World Tower and others in the city) Also, when I used to have access to Price Finder, there were many properties in Southport (units) that actually lost value and was in the market for sale for more than 200 days and some 300 days. Secondly, the high strata fee for all the properties as it seems to have lifts, pools and other costs due to some of the properties being blocks that seem to be hungry with many bills to the owners! This would impact on the rental yield and return per week. Thirdly, the article mentioned he used a buyer's agent which would have have further decreased his gains. I know which agent he used and lets just say it was $10k per property. Not including the possible period he may not have any tenants in place. Happy to have a thoughtful discussion and once again, I do not want to come across as being critical but just wanted to learn from the discussion.