Hello, I'm new to the InvestEd forums so this is my first post... I became interested in property (and investing as a whole) only a year ago after reading a Steve McKnight book. Since then I've poured over forums and books and purchased 7 properties using wraps on some and more recently lease-options. I've found that for my last couple I've had to use low-docs but I guess there's no harm in that. The deals I've done in the past 12 months are all going smoothly and the tenant/buyers are extremely happy. My strategy is to use the income produced from the lease-options and wraps as well as my day job to pay for long-term buy&holds (I still need to read up on Managed Funds etc as have never used them). I'm looking at purchasing my first buy & hold here in perth now (other than ppor that is) that will be paid for out of the cashflow from the wraps/lease-options. I guess my question is... do people think that this is a valid way to go, or would I be better off putting my efforts purely into buy&holds and forget about the lease-options/wraps? If I only did buy and holds it would no doubt be a slower process as I'd have less cashflow but much more captial gains in the long-term. I was planning on doing another ten lease-option deals this year, but now not sure... Jason.