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  • Investor client

    “With Ironfish's help, I've made my first step into property investment, developed a very detailed investment plan and have a clear understanding about the concept of property investment. With Ironfish's help and guidance, I hope I can build up my own property portfolio very soon.”

    Bo
    IT
  • Investor client

    “We purchased 4 properties with Ironfish and have been kept in the loop with regular updates as things progressed. We got handover of our first investment home last week and tenants moved in this week so we're thrilled with the overall service.”

    Sarah
    Printer
  • Investor client

    "Your passion for what you undertake and your ethical professional conduct in selecting quality projects is what touches me most and is unforgettable. I would highly recommend you to all my friends and relatives for your professional and knowledgeable service..."

    Evangeline
    Accountant

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