Jane Slack-Smith is committed to improving the financial literacy of all Australians. She regularly appears in print and online publications, on television, radio and in podcasts to share her message that buying the right property at the right price is a vital step to building your own property empire. She freely shares her knowledge and gives away invaluable information that actively helps Australians get ahead.
Amongst her many media accolades and awards, Jane has been profiled on Australian Story, named one of Australia’s Top 10 Finance experts by Money Magazine, listed in the inaugural Who’s Who of Australian Women every year since 2006, awarded the Australian Mortgage Broker of the Year, contributed to The Australian Women's Weekly as the property and finance expert and been recognised by Qantas magazine as one of the 4 top wealth creators in Australia, along with John Simmons and Paul Clitheroe.
Explore a selection of the material she has recently contributed to below.
Smart Property Investor Magazine – April 2013
Inside this issue of Smart Property Investment Magazine released on April is my article on what an ‘ideal’ property really is and how I increased the value of a property by 45% within 14 days. Read to further understand how Jane did it in just a matter of days and how she made it possible.
Australian Property Investor Magazine – April 2013
Inside this issue of Australian Property Investor Magazine released in April is an article on The Basics of Property Investing by Jane. Start your investment by learning all you need to know about the basics.
Inside this issue of Money Magazine is “How to make $2500pw with property”. Not only do you get the Plan, the finance Structure (provided by me) but also the places to buy. Purchase your copy now to be updated on the latest by Jane. Come up with the best plan for your investment!
Australian Property Investor – January 2013
Inside this issue of Australian Property Investor Ask the Experts column is “To fix or not to fix?”. Read my views on whether it is worth fixing now or waiting for possible further reductions.