Business Networking Breakfast Event: How we increased our SMSF seven fold in 6 years

🗓 March BHA Event: ‘How we increased our SMSF seven fold in 6 years’ with Anthea Greig🗓

For March our event, we have the pleasure of having Anthea Greig as our guest speaker. She is going to share her story about how she invested her SMSF in property developments. If you have a SMSF this might be a great opportunity to hear this success story. Anthea’s active investment in Property Developments has reaped the rewards for her SMSF

⚡️Presentation Description⚡️

Do you have a self-managed super fund? If so, this is a talk you don’t want to miss. Anthea will share with you her story of how she grew her SMSF from a small fund to a Multi Million dollar fund. The presentation will cover how they invested and returns they achieved to increase their SMSF and common pitfalls and mistakes they avoided with good advice.

A Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is a brilliant solution for those who want to take control of their super. SMSFs are one of the most popular investment options for Australian retirees. With a SMSF, you have more control over your retirement saving, allowing you to take more risks without worrying about potential losses to your individual savings account. 

🍳 Networking breakfast is a chance to meet like-minded people, learn about the benefits of SMSFs, and ask questions. This is an opportunity to hear from Anthea Greig who has managed her own SMSF and made it grow seven times bigger in only 6 years! Learn how to increase your SMSF by joining us at our networking breakfast on March 8th!

⚡️Presenter Bio⚡️

Anthea Greig of Urban Infill Group started making money from property in 2007 with a corner block subdivision and renovation of the existing house. From there, she has developed multiple sites, sold house and land packages, built and renovated properties, and contracted and assigned properties for profit. Over the last 13 years, Anthea has co-ordinated 25 projects resulting in over 100 New homes, renovated homes or new land allotments, both in joint ventures and solo.

Anthea teaches land division and small scale developments at WEA, and also co-ordinates property meetings bringing together speakers on all topics relating to property and providing valuation information and education for attendees who invest in property in various ways.

In 2019, Anthea was awarded the Master Builders Association HiViz Women Building SA –Women in Construction Award for her achievements and contribution to the industry. In addition, she is a self-employed mortgage broker with a credit licence so understands how the financing of developments is a vital part of leveraging.

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As a small business owner in Adelaide, you know the value of connections, referrals, and relationships to build a successful business and reputation.
So come along to this month’s event where you will have the opportunity to network and learn whilst enjoying a delicious sit-down breakfast at the Alma Tavern in Norwood.