My name is Vicki and I am often called The Property Mermaid because of my dual passions of scuba diving and buying the stinky houses that provide the cash flow to give me the lifestyle I love. I don’t have to work – I do because I love it – I enjoy everyday. In the last twleve months I wrote and published three books; Using Other People’s Money (2 editions), Make More Money from Property, from investor thinking to a business mindset, and my new book called Property for the Next Generation.
I am focused on helping people change the way they think about money and the way they think about property investment. Just switching strategies in the hope that you hit the nail on the head is not good enough – to be successful you need a personal investment plan, the right education (not just endless courses) and a good mentor to hold you accountable This website is a blog and it details bits about me, what I do and my books – I am happy to answer your questions …do let me know when you want my help please email me on Vicki@Wusche-Associates.co.uk.
That was amazing wind last night – I was woken up as it started to whistle through the open windows and I could feel the pressure in the bedroom as each gust pushed through. As I drifted back to sleep the rhythm of the wind and the ebb and flow of pressure must have reminded me of the underwater currents I have experienced when scuba diving, as my alter-ego The Property Mermaid Read More
I love underwater photography, I am not sure what makes it so exciting, is it the new creatures you discover? the challenge of taking a good shot while floating, or resisting a current at depths up to 90 feet below the surface? is it the memories it brings back? Read More
It is quite difficult sometimes – with all the pressures we are under to be creative, reflective, inspirational. The hussle and bussle – the noise, the distractions. That is one of the reasons I love scuba diving Read More
Scuba diving is like investing in property, especially if you are on a dive cruise, you will need exceptional communications, manage your resources (kit, time and energy) and the ability to adapt to change. This is one of a number blogs on one of my favourite subjects, scuba diving. There is something so relaxing about being totally weightless in warm water listening only to the sounds of your own breathing as the bubbles pass by your ears. Read More