About Abbie Sorabjee
Abbie originally trained as Chemical Engineer before quickly realising that a 9-5 life was not for her. Abbie's big passion is people, so to allow her to spend time with the people she cares about, Abbie decided to take the leap and invest in property.
Since this big decision back in 2014, Abbie has grown a portfolio of cashflowing properties which allow her to live a lifestyle of her own design. The freedom this has given her allows Abbie to spend time with people she loves, finally get the puppy she dreamt about all of her life and practice her other passion, circus aerials.
Why I started Nala Coaching
"My property journey began in 2014 with a book called Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. If you haven't read it, get a copy NOW! In this book, Robert Kiyosaki explains how all through our schooling, we are educated to be really good employees working for someone else. No one teaches us how to become investors or business owners, but there are so many options and so much to learn.
Luckily for me, a beginner investor's seminar which was linked to Rich Dad Poor Dad was running in the town I then lived in, so I went along and signed up there and then to learn how to become a professional property investor. This property investment training provided a wealth of knowledge and set me on the right track to start my very own portfolio.
However, it was shocking how many people did nothing with the information despite paying thousands to attend. I always found it was the personal one-on-one connections with individuals which motivated me to put my training into action. So, I founded Nala Coaching to help others who want to get into property, but need personal guidance, support and accountability to make sure they achieve their goals."
Buy-to-let properties rented to both professionals and individuals in receipt of Local Housing Allowance (LHA) or Universal Credit
Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMO's) rented to professionals
Build-to-Sell development from planning applications right through to sale completions
Finding finance for property investments
Property refurbishments from aesthetics to structural alterations
Eviction of problem tenants
Buying through agents, auctions and direct to vendor
Implementation of systems to streamline property investment businesses and minimise personal management time