Surfer escapes shark jaws: Real Estate Millionaire

Surfer escapes shark jaws: Real Estate Millionaire

Mick Fanning, a professional surfer (34 years old, Australian), who is now more famous. Because he just got rid of the jaws of a huge shark during the final round of the J-Bay Open surfing championship in South Africa.

When he encountered this violent god, he punched it, tried to swim hard to earn his own life and was supported by the rescue team. Upon landing, in a state of shock, Fanning said, maybe he would be happy not to surf. Apparently, the god of luck wanted him to continue to dedicate his talents and enjoy the beautiful life, both physically and mentally.

Fanning’s gold table of achievement records has won three world championships (2007, 2009, 2013). In 2014, earning $ 2.7 million from competitions and brand promotion contracts, Fanning was the highest-paid surfer and ranked 19th among the highest-earning athletes. Kangaroo.

When leaving the towering, intense waves, Fanning was a real estate investor. His portfolio is multimillion-dollar, with projects around Tweed Head Beach, on the borders of New South Wales and Queensland.

In 2000, when he was 19, he spent $170,000 to buy his first apartment in Tweed Heads. Fanning started investing in real estate in 2005. At the time, he bought a $1.39 million project in the Coolangatta area worth up to 4.3 million USD.

Fanning’s wife, Karissa, is a businessman and a model. The two became engaged in 2006, after two years of dating. In 2008, they celebrated the wedding. In 2011, he hooked up $3.24 million to buy a land front of more than 1,000 square meters to build a luxurious wooden house to make a home for his family.

Last year, in the Sunday Style newspaper, Karissa said Fanning asked and captured her heart at a dinner. Unlike the surfers’ wives and girlfriends, she didn’t accompany her husband while he competed but preferred to stay in Australia to grow his business.