An avid saver, he had been putting away £2,000 each month while still employed.

Taking the plunge to join Britain’s landlords, he took a gamble and used his £25,000 savings pot to invest in education around property buying.

Now, he has a portfolio of £4.5m across nine properties, earning him £36,000 per month – more than the average Brit’s annual salary, which comes in at £34,900 according to Forbes.

“I have always wanted more in life, so I continually searched.

“I got a £40k starting salary, but that wasn’t enough, so I read Rich Dad, Poor Dad to improve my perspective on this.

“Now, I understand money is the most abundant thing on this planet.
“We don’t make money, we attract it.”