Who Are We?
b Invested are not just a property investment firm or a Buyer’s Agent, we’re a Buyer’s advocate.
We’re a source of knowledge and support for people who want to improve their quality of life by building sustainable, recession-proof property portfolios.
We want to make the act of building a profitable property portfolio accessible to those of you who think it’s not possible. We want to shift your mindset and help you realise that you can achieve anything you want if you work hard enough for it.
What We Do?
We see property as a wealth vehicle for property investors and first home buyers to help them reach financial freedom and fulfil their financial goals.
We take a 360° look at your current financial position and find opportunities where other competitors won’t.
We will build a road map to get you to where you need to be.
There’s much more to it than that though! Take a look around and see what we can do for you.
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Our Promise To You
To never feed you bullshitIf something isn't right for you, we'll tell you point-blank. Period.We’ll also show you a better way.
To make your success our priorityNo "get rich overnight" hype.Just honesty and transparency.
To share knowledgeThey say knowledge is power - but only if it is applied! We are here to empower you to take action.We don’t want you to make silly mistakes.
To support youWe are here to support you along your journey.We’ll help educate you, grow your property portfolio and provide ongoing support.If you're with us, you're never in it alone.
Feedback From Our Customers
Emily And Luke
“Our rental income is now higher than the income from our jobs, which is great”View Case Study >
Kerwin and Anthea Plaatjies
“The information I got from Binvested and Daniel at the map session…was too valuable…it just changed everything…We should have done this 10 years earlier.View Case Study >
Karl and Romina
“There’s no way we would have gotten 7 properties and a block of land in a year, doing it ourselves. We realised with the deposit we had, we could get a lot more property with Binvested, rather than going on our own.”View Case Study >
“Today the entire portfolio is sitting on around $2.5 million and the equity on that is worth around $700,000”View Case Study >
Melissa and Andrew
"Binvested has been instrumental in changing our mindset. We now look at investment and living in a whole different way".View Case Study >
“Binvested has allowed me to follow my passion and travel. In the last two years, the income has allowed me and my partner to travel to China, Hawaii, New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu and weekends to Victoria and the Gold Coast. This otherwise would not have been possible”.View Case Study >
"These guys know what they are doing. At every step there’s someone to talk to and make sure you are comfortable with what you are doing".View Case Study >
Roy and Rowena
“We wanted 6 properties in the first year, then 12 in the next 2 years and the 20 in the next 5 years. So when we initially wrote that it seemed unbelievable and now it seems very ordinary and achievable”View Case Study >
Property In Numbers
The Ponzi Scheme That Is Our Economy
The Ponzi Scheme That Is Our Economy You’ve got to wonder these days why they still make 10 cent pieces, or 20 cent pieces, or 50 cent pieces…or even any coins at all anymore. If you had one of these coins, or even a bunch of them in your pocket, what could you buy? Back... Read more »...Read More >
Your House May Not Be An Income Generating Asset
Your house may not be an income generating asset When property markets are on the rise, you often hear homeowners referring to their owner-occupier house as an asset. True assets bring cash into your pocket, while liabilities take it out. Your house might be worth a lot of money and will keep rising in value... Read more »...Read More >
The Great Currency Debasement
The Great Currency Debasement The trajectory of Sydney and Melbourne house prices between 1880 and 2010 show an interesting pattern, which reflects what has happened at the same stages in history all over the world. First of all, between 1880 and 1950, house prices remained relatively flat. It wasn’t until the 1970s that things started... Read more »...Read More >