Organic Growth is an organisation that has grown out of the discovery of how the rich often attain their wealth and continue to grow it. We specifically focus on buy to let properties in order to create wealth through our investment properties. The definition of buy-to-let otherwise known as buy-to-rent properties is:
The phrase buy-to-let refers to the investment strategy of buying a residential property to be let out for profit Wikipedia
We focus on high yielding secure town-house investments in good geographical areas. We are passionate about sharing this knowledge with the man-in-the-street. Why are we called Organic Growth? This is best answered by the definition of organic growth of wealth, which is:
Organic growth is growth that comes from a company’s existing businesses, as opposed to growth that comes from buying new businesses. Wikipedia
Robert Kiyosaki’s book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad” is an excellent resource, but many people can’t make the leap he describes. (Building a business while holding down a job) If you haven’t read this book yet, we highly recommend that you purchase it.
Our mission is to empower you to make the leap of starting a property investment business that is empowered by your current salary. Essentially we show you how to create a buy to rent property investment portfolio while you work in a normal job. To find out how, you are welcome to join our free Organic Growth Blog here and received a weekly blog post that encourage and teach the art and science of property investment.
Organic Growth was founded by Neil Vorster and Warren Horak
In 1990 he co-founded Classiclean (PTY) LTD which manufactured and marketed a brand called Bio-Classic concentrate detergent. Bio-Classic was established as a leading brand of detergent in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry against the multinationals like Colgate and Unilever. By 2002 Bio-Classic was a R100 million company.
Later he founded the Lion Group which now hosts a detergent brand called BIOMatic and Lion Entrepreneur Academy which trains and coaches entrepreneurs.