My Journey in Property Management: From Dreams to Success

My journey in property management began when I was just a little girl. It all started with my dad’s plantation. Little did I know that this early exposure to property management would shape my future.

As a child, I would often accompany my dad to the plantation, observing his meticulous attention to detail and his passion for maintaining the property. He would explain the importance of regular maintenance. These early lessons sparked my curiosity and ignited a desire to learn more about property management.

However, my own investment in property truly took off, guided by spiritual intuition and a series of vivid dreams.

Guided by Dreams

Have you ever experienced a moment of spiritual guidance that seemed to lead you down an unexpected path? I had such an experience, where a series of vivid dreams showed me the way to potential property investments.

These dreams led me to various locations, including properties adjacent to waterfalls and around cemeteries. Curiosity led me to inquire about these seemingly unconventional locations properties near the waterfall and the cemetery, and to my surprise, I discovered that there were indeed several properties for sale in those areas. The allure of these unconventional locations piqued my interest, and I decided to take a leap of faith.

With prices as low as a few USD per acre, I couldn’t resist the opportunity. Without hesitation, I purchased a few acres of whatever was available, embracing the idea that these properties held a unique charm and potential for growth despite some of my family members thinking I was making a rash decision.

Property Development

As the years went by, the market dynamics shifted in my favor. Buyers approached me for the properties near the waterfalls, as resort projects began to take shape. The demand drove up the market prices significantly, increasing the value of my investments by over 100 times.

Similarly, the land surrounding the cemetery witnessed a sudden transformation when the government decided to remove the cemetery and build a mall instead. This unexpected development caused the price of my land to skyrocket, once again multiplying its value by over 100 times.

The Responsibility of Land Ownership

There are those who accuse me of owning a significant amount of land, as if it were an effortless acquisition. However, the reality is quite different. Land does not simply grow legs and make its way to my doorstep. It requires hard work, dedication, and financial planning.

First and foremost, owning land necessitates saving money. It is not a decision to be taken lightly, as it often requires a substantial financial investment. Saving diligently allows individuals to accumulate the necessary funds to purchase the desired piece of land.

Once the purchase is made, the responsibility of maintaining the land begins. This includes regular upkeep, ensuring that the property is well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It may involve landscaping, repairs, or any necessary improvements to enhance the value and usability of the land.

Additionally, land ownership involves paying an annual fee, such as property taxes, to the relevant authorities. These fees contribute to the development and maintenance of public infrastructure and services, benefiting the community as a whole.

Moreover, owning land comes with a sense of responsibility. It means being accountable for the land’s usage and adhering to any regulations or restrictions imposed by local authorities. This may include zoning laws, environmental regulations, or other legal requirements aimed at preserving the land’s integrity and protecting its natural resources.

While some may accuse me of owning an excessive amount of land, it is important to recognize the hard work, savings, and responsibility that went into acquiring and maintaining these properties. Owning land is not a passive endeavor; it requires ongoing effort, annual fees, and a commitment to stewardship.


The profits from these property sales have not only contributed to my personal wealth but have also allowed me to make generous donations. In many ways, my journey in property management mirrors the words of Proverbs 31:16-20, where a woman considers a field, buys it, and diligently works to make it profitable. She uses her earnings to benefit others, extending her hands to the poor and needy.

Proverb 31

16 She considers a field and buys it;
    out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.

17 She sets about her work vigorously;
    her arms are strong for her tasks.

18 She sees that her trading is profitable,
    and her lamp does not go out at night.

19 In her hand she holds the distaff
    and grasps the spindle with her fingers.

20 She opens her arms to the poor
    and extends her hands to the needy.


“Land does not simply grow legs and make its way to my doorstep. It requires hard work, dedication, and financial planning.”
– Levi Sap Nei Thang

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