147: Humans of Dashdot: Unlocking Unlimited Potential Through Property with Sean Simpson

“A lot of people will be incredibly surprised at how achievable it is to have a portfolio that really does work for you.” – Sean Simpson

In this latest instalment of the Humans of Dashdot series, we’re digging into Sean Simpson’s story – Sean is a senior property analyst here at Dashdot and we’re talking about how he started his property journey at age 17, how he found success, and what his current goals are. 

How do you find the hidden value in a property? Is it really impossible for young people to earn property these days? What are factors that affect one’s portfolio? We cover these and more in this episode!

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In this episode, we cover:

  1. Sean’s background in real estate [01:50] 
  2. On the evolving nature of goals [05:58]
  3. A lookback on Sean’s real estate journey [08:44]
  4. Why Sean pursued a career as a sales agent [11:43]
  5. Finding the Hidden Value in an Investment Property [15:03]
  6. Is Owning Property Impossible for Young People? [20:55]
  7. How working at Dashdot changed Sean’s perspective on property [24:48]
  8. The impact of cash flow on your portfolio [28:06]
  9. Habits that keep Sean aligned with his goals [30:30]
  10. Sean’s Dashdot insider secrets [32:37]
  11. Sean’s three truths [34:20]

Sean Simpson is a senior property analyst at Dashdot. Feeling as though getting a college degree won’t get him his goals, he instead got a job in real estate sales. He then went down the rabbit hole and fully immersed himself in learning all about property.

Sean is now living with his partner in a first development/strata sub they bought off market. They then purchased an underperforming commercial property and are turning it into 2x residential property. Outside work, Sean enjoys outdoor activities like camping and water skiing.

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