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A young woman with a property portfolio worth over $1 million in Sydney has revealed how she went from $0 savings to owning her own home at age 21.Katie King, 24, (pictured left with her partner centre, and left and right) owns two homes in Sydney's notoriously pricey real estate market in the suburbs of Hillsdale and Auburn.Mrs Jones told Seven News organising the journey was a 'logistical challenge', but their daughter's 'connection with nature grew tremendously'.'We love our city lives and we really wanted to raise a curious, nature-loving child,' she said.

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A young woman with a property portfolio worth over $1 million in Sydney has revealed how she went from $0 savings to owning her own home at age 21.

Katie King, 24, (pictured left with her partner centre, and left and right) owns two homes in Sydney's notoriously pricey real estate market in the suburbs of Hillsdale and Auburn.

Mrs Jones told Seven News organising the journey was a 'logistical challenge', but their daughter's 'connection with nature grew tremendously'.

'We love our city lives and we really wanted to raise a curious, nature-loving child,' she said.

The 28-year-old is now the only surviving member of her family from the nightmare car accident at Mondayong, on the NSW south coast, on Tuesday morning.

The head-on collision instantly killed her parents Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60, while her younger sister Annabelle, 21, (pictured right in a family photo) passed away on Friday three days after the tragedy.

Last week, the 45-year-old was seen beaming as she took to the water at Sydney's Palm Beach, showing off her incredibly fit physique in a stylish blue swimsuit.

As well as enjoying the surf, she was on mum duties, giving Prince Vincent a piggy back (right).

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While she acknowledges the FOMO (fear of missing out) syndrome that makes young people spend their money on social activities with friends, she said it is possible to create a balance between a social life and saving for the future.

The grieving family of an Australian man killed in his Bali villa have slammed local police over the stalled investigation.

savings to owning her own home at age 21.

Katie King, 24, (pictured left with her partner centre, and left and right) owns two homes in Sydney's notoriously pricey real estate market in the suburbs of Hillsdale and Auburn.

Mrs Jones told Seven News organising the journey was a 'logistical challenge', but their daughter's 'connection with nature grew tremendously'.

'We love our city lives and we really wanted to raise a curious, nature-loving child,' she said.

The 28-year-old is now the only surviving member of her family from the nightmare car accident at Mondayong, on the NSW south coast, on Tuesday morning.

The head-on collision instantly killed her parents Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60, while her younger sister Annabelle, 21, (pictured right in a family photo) passed away on Friday three days after the tragedy.

Last week, the 45-year-old was seen beaming as she took to the water at Sydney's Palm Beach, showing off her incredibly fit physique in a stylish blue swimsuit.

As well as enjoying the surf, she was on mum duties, giving Prince Vincent a piggy back (right).

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While she acknowledges the FOMO (fear of missing out) syndrome that makes young people spend their money on social activities with friends, she said it is possible to create a balance between a social life and saving for the future.

The grieving family of an Australian man killed in his Bali villa have slammed local police over the stalled investigation.

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