PHOTO: Billionaire real estate developer Harry Triguboff wasn’t always a property pro. Photo: James Brickwood

Long before Harry Triguboff earned the moniker “Highrise Harry” or scored billing as the richest property tycoon in the country, he was just another first-home buyer grappling to enter the market when Sydney was at the peak of a housing boom.

It was 1960 and Australia’s median property values had skyrocketed 700 per cent in the post-war years since 1944, putting the median Sydney house price at a high of £4000.

AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY NEWS –  JOIN OUR 30,000 PLUS SUBSCRIBERS
 

READ MORE VIA DOMAIN