PK Gupta Net Worth: How Much He Makes in 2024

Fun Facts About This Australian Property Investor

Published: March 30, 2023

Last updated: January 30, 2024

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of PK Gupta’s net worth for 2024.

I really admire many young Australian go-getters who openly share their secrets and strategies.

I’ve created many profiles of successful people on this blog. These are to highlight the various ways people have built 6 and 7-figure careers or have retired early in life.

I hope to inspire you to begin or continue on your investing journey.

PK Gupta Facts


πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

PK Gupta (age 34)

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

YouTubers are typically wealthier than they admit, often downplaying their net worth to appear more relatable.

As of 2024, PK Gupta has a net worth of $15,000,000 Australian dollars.

This is based on the value of his $3.5m PPOR on the Gold Coast and his 11 positively-geared investment properties.

At 34 years old, that’s seriously impressive!

I’ve even estimated our own prime minister, Anthony Albanese, at having slightly less than that at $14.7m.

🀩 Income Streams

PK Gupta makes money from two main sources:

➜ Passive income from his real estate portfolio

➜ Sales of his popular property investing course

And he has worked incredibly hard to build not only his small empire but his reputation within the property investing industry.

πŸ“ˆ Property Portfolio

PK has 1 PPOR, 9 residential and 2 commercial properties in his portfolio.

I’ve expanded more details below.

🌍 Location

PK Gupta previously resided in Brisbane, just by the airport. He rented this simple home and has been open about being a ‘rentvestor’ along the way.

In 2023, PK Gupta now lives with his family in Sorrento on the Gold Coast. They own a $3.5m mansion on the waterfront. He purchased this home in early 2022 and completed some renovations prior to moving in.

And despite this beautiful residence, PK has caught the travel bug and has already visited India and Japan this year.

πŸš€ The X-Factor

He’s published hundreds of property videos on YouTube for free, so even if you never buy his course, you’ll gain a ton of value.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

PK and his FB community continue to grow in popularity, even during these turbulent times.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

PK Gupta is married to his wife and they have a young family together. He has remained somewhat discreet about their lives, apart from some occasional posts on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

PK has an impressive story and has built an 8-figure net worth and an early ‘retirement’ at such a young age. He loves what he does now and isn’t making big bucks from the course. There are no ads on social media or conferences to attend.

Meanwhile, he’s remained ever so humble while inspiring many others to stay consistent along the way.

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How Did PK Gupta Get So Rich?

PK Gupta began investing around 12 years ago and alongside his wife, they now own 11 investment properties and 1 PPOR. These properties are ALL PAID OFF as PK has zero debt in his life due to development projects in years prior.

Essentially, he took the profits from his development projects (he’s done 5!) to pay down his investment property debts, as well as profits from private equity deals too. And yes, he’s also made some money via course sales in recent years.

While he has no debt currently, PK has publicly stated that he’s seeking to buy a couple of commercial properties in the $3m to $5m range at the moment. He’s aiming to leverage at 70% but even at this high LVR, these commercial properties will undoubtedly be positively geared.

But just because PK is now focused on commercial property investing in the coming years, he does advocate that people start with residential to learn the ropes, because commercial is higher risk and a lot can go wrong.

Where Are PK Gupta’s Properties?

Here’s a breakdown of each property that PK Gupta has bought during his journey:

Property 1: East Gosford (NSW)
Year: 2011
Purchase Price: $320k
Valuation: $340k
Rent Per Week: $400
Current Value: $850k
Current Rent: $550
Property 2: Frankston (VIC)
Year: 2012
Purchase Price: $315k
Valuation: $340k
Rent Per Week: $310
Current Value: $1.1m
Current Rent: $500
Property 3: Kingston (TAS)
Year: 2013
Purchase Price: $311k
Valuation: $335k
Rent Per Week: $350
Current Value: $650k
Current Rent: $530
Property 4: Mt Sheridan (QLD)
Year: 2015
Purchase Price: $400k
Valuation: $400k
Rent Per Week: $400
Current Value: $500k
Current Rent: $545
Property 5: Islington (NSW)
Year: 2015
Purchase Price: $507k
Valuation: $550k
Rent Per Week: $480
Current Value: $880k
Current Rent: $650
Property 6: Ferny Hills (QLD)
Year: 2016
Purchase Price: $480k
Valuation: $500k
Rent Per Week: $440
Current Value: $850k
Current Rent: $600
Property 7: Burnie (TAS)
Year: 2016
Purchase Price: $230k
Valuation: $230k
Rent Per Week: $260
Current Value: $520k
Current Rent: $430
Property 8: Petrie (QLD)
Year: 2017
Purchase Price: $350k
Valuation: $370k
Rent Per Week: $380
Current Value: $600k
Current Rent: $550
Property 9: Vrindavan, India
Year: 2021
Purchase Price: $420k
Valuation: $600k
Rent Per Week: $500
Current Value: $600k
Current Rent: $500
Property 10: Garbutt (QLD)
Year: 2021
Purchase Price: $430k
Valuation: $430k
Rent Per Week: $960
Current Value: $700k
Current Rent: $960
Property 11: Brisbane City (QLD)
Year: 2021
Purchase Price: $995k
Valuation: $1,100k
Rent Per Week: $1,060
Current Value: $1.3m
Current Rent: $1160
Property 12: Sorrento (QLD)
Year: 2022
Purchase Price: $3.05m
Current Valuation: $3.5m
Rent Per Week: Current PPOR

So yes, quite an achievement!

With these 12 properties, and based on his equity position, placing his net worth at $15,000,000 Australian dollars is reasonably accurate.

How Much Has PK Gupta Made From His Course?

This is the elephant in the room, isn’t it?

I think we can all agree that PK has definitely made money from his course.

He has 1,200 students and let’s assume that most of these paid $6,000. After paying his helpful team, plus some expenses on email software and other tools, PK probably yields $3,000/student or around $2,000 after tax.

So 1,200 students x $2,000 = $2,400,000 AUD from course sales over the past 7ish years. Not bad at all! πŸ˜ƒ That’s around $340k/year if my maths are correct.

However, I have seen other Australian educators like Adam Hudson and Sophie Howard make significantly more during these past few years.

But unlike those two, PK has provided hundreds of free videos on his highly popular YouTube channel. If you’re curious about his paid course, I’ve outlined my likes and dislikes in this review.

The X Factor

So what makes PK’s story and strategy so unique?

➜ He NEVER bought new houses or apartments (many of his students have, and later regretted it)

➜ He didn’t quit his job too early in his journey

➜ He didn’t negatively gear his properties (he still advocates for positive gearing, even right now)

➜ He never used ‘hope, wish and pray’ as an investment strategy

➜ He used data to become a borderless investor, rather than relying on buyer’s agents

➜ He’s never made anyone run in a seminar room

And most importantly, he played the long game (10+ years) rather than trying for quick wins and easy money.

He recently interviewed Bushy who has a surprisingly similar strategy:

Such a great interview!

Fun fact: My first IP was also in Aldinga Beach, South Australia.

Closing Thoughts

I’m so inspired by PK’s success as a property investor, even if we don’t always agree on things.

From watching so many videos and doing his paid course (read the review here), there are key lessons that can propel our lives forward, both on a business and personal level.

My key takeaways include:

➜ A 6-figure income certainly does help (both PK and his wife had 6-figure incomes)

➜ Avoid negatively geared properties or areas

➜ Anyone can become a borderless investor

➜ Create your own 10-year and 20-year strategy

➜ Don’t compare someone’s 15 years to your 1st year

➜ Remain humble, even if you do become wealthy

So as always, do your own research and due diligence before spending a dollar. πŸ‘

And be sure to read my in-depth and popular review of PK’s course here.

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