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  • Chris Gray

    In just nine years, Chris turned a $35,000 deposit into a $3.5 million property portfolio, all the while pursuing a successful career at the global accounting firm Deloitte’s. He retired from full-time work at the age of 31 and his portfolio is now in excess of $10m. Chris shares his property-investment knowledge with those serious about growing wealth through property. He is the host of 'Your Property Empire' on the Sky News Business Channel and also runs a business called dedicated to assisting time poor individuals in building their own property portfolio where everything is done for you! AS a special offer to Members and Clients Chris has kindly offered a Free Portfolio Assessment for those who feel that they need his expertise. For further information please call Chris directly on 02 9994 8944 or send us an email at and we can put you in touch with the right person. If you call don't forget to say that you are from us to receive this offer. Get Chapters 1, 2 and 3 of Chris’s first book absolutely FREE. Simply sign up to our newsletter and they will be sent straight to you.

  • Gordon Green

    As the owner for numerous profitable businesses, Gordon has also developed a substantial real estate portfolio comprising of other residential and commercial properties.

  • Malcolm Gladwell

    Malcolm T. Gladwell, CM (born September 3, 1963) is a British-Canadian journalist, bestselling author, and speaker. He has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996. He has written four books, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Make a Big Difference (2000), Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005), Outliers: The Story of Success (2008), and What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures (2009), a collection of his journalism. All four books were on The New York Times Best Seller list. Gladwell's books and articles often deal with the unexpected implications of research in the social sciences and make frequent and extended use of academic work, particularly in the areas of sociology, psychology, and social psychology. Gladwell was appointed to the Order of Canada on June 30, 2011.

  • Robert S. Griswold

    Robert S. Griswold is an active, day-to-day hands-on practitioner, consultant and expert witness in all aspects of real estate (except valuation). A 3-time graduate of the distinguished Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California with a BS ('81), MBA ('86) and MSBA (2nd Masters) ('88) in real estate and related disciplines. He holds the top professional designations in the real estate industry, including Counselor of Real Estate (CRE®), Certified Property Manager (CPM®), Accredited Residential Manager (ARM®), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM®), Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®), Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®) and Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI®). He is currently the President and owner of Griswold Real Estate Management and recognized expert on management of all types of residential real estate, including apartments, community associations, single-family homes and individual condominiums and townhomes. Also, a very experienced property manager of all types of commercial properties, including office, retail, industrial, medical/dental, self-storage and motels. Author of the nationally best selling book on real estate management "Property Management Kit for Dummies" which has sold over 100,000 copies in less than 5 years. Co-Author with Eric Tyson of “Real Estate Investing for Dummies” published by John Wiley & Sons has also been the bestseller in the category with nearly 100,000 copies sold. Co-Author with Lawrence Harmon of "Landlord's Legal Kit for Dummies" published 6/2014. Since 1995, the Real Estate Expert for the NBC-owned affiliate in San Diego (NBC 7/39) and appeared weekly on NBC News This Weekend answering live impromptu questions on any aspect of real estate from viewers. He was the host of the longest running weekly 2-hour live real estate news, information and advice radio show in the country for over 14 years. The show Real Estate Today! with Robert Griswold (along with his work for NBC) has won 5 national journalism awards and is unlike other real estate radio shows as his show is non-advertorial in nature. The lead columnist for a California syndicated real estate column on tenant-landlord issues called Rental Roundtable where Robert and attorney Steve Kellman (the Executive Director of The Tenant’s Legal Center) go head-to-head over the best advice for reader’s questions. This popular column appeared from 1995 till 2009 every Sunday in the San Francisco Chronicle Real Estate section, bi-weekly in the San Diego Union-Tribune Sunday real estate section; and periodically in the Los Angeles Times. From 1995 to present - Robert is the columnist for a similar nationally syndicated column called Rental Forum which is found in 30 major newspapers around the country, including the Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, Orlando Sentinel, Tampa Tribune, San Antonio Express News, Grand Rapids Press, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Daily Oklahoman, Dayton Daily News, Denver Post, Arizona Republic, The Oregonian, and many other major newspapers around the country. Robert’s real estate advice in both print and broadcast journalism have provided a wealth of experience and practical knowledge in explaining complicated real estate issues to lay persons (and even an attorney or two!). While Robert clearly stays quite busy, he is a hands-on property manager who personally manages several residential and commercial properties plus works closely with his clients to handle the occasional challenges that often occur with the management of real estate assets. But Robert is just one of 70+ great team members at Griswold Real Estate Management and it is these fine professionals that make the company an industry leader. Robert is extremely proud of his great staff of competent real estate management specialists that can truly boast that they are “Setting the Standards Others Follow”.

  • Janice Gray

    Immediately, before joining the Faculty of Law, UNSW Janice Gray was a solicitor in the corporate section of one of the large, commercial, Sydney law firms. She retains a current practising certificate and has served on the Property Law Committee of the NSW Law Society. As an academic, she has taught Property and Equity, Trusts, Land Law, Water Law and Contemporary Policy, Advanced Issues in Property, Natural Resources Law and Taxation. She is particularly interested in the intersections of property law with other fields, particularly with Water Law, Natural Resources Law and Native Title. This is reflected her my national and international publications. She was part of research team based at UTS looking at sustainable sanitation which won a NSW Green Globe Award for Innovation. She have sat on numerous committees at UNSW and is the Editor-in- Chief of the Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy. She has held positions as a Visiting Scholar at: University of Ottawa (1996); University of York (Toronto) (1996); University of Saskatchewan (1996); Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, PUC-Rio, Brazil (2004). From July- December 2009 she was selected to be a Visiting Scholar at the Centre of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford and elected to the positon of Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, University of Oxford. In 2012 she was an invited Visiting Scholar at SupAgro, a grande ecole, in Montpellier, France while in 2015 she will be based at Queen Mary University of London and The University of Oxford. Areas of expertise Native Title and Land Rights, Private Law Theory, Property Law, Environmental Law, Private Law, Regulation and Regulatory Theory, Water Law, Natural Resources Law, Legal History, Socio-Legal Studies, Energy Law