Neil Hoechlin

The Best Real Estate Book for Beginners

“ANNOUNCING…The book that is set to become the ULTIMATE, Must-read Real Estate book every beginner should read!”

Thinking of getting into Real Estate, but don't know how to begin? You're in luck. Right here is the ultimate guide on Real Investing for the absolute beginner! That's right the clueless, still wet behind the ears investor about to embark in the Real Estate business.
Before you even think of jumping in on an investment? You absolutely need to learn the information here, to avoid costly mistakes!
This book will explore the many different facets of the Real Estate game, and will teach you how they work, so you can make the best decisions.
Although specifically written for the beginner? It includes high level concepts to help you choose which particular routes in Real Estate you may want to take — while cementing a strong educational foundation for you.
You're going to be needing the tools and knowledge presented here all thoughout your Real Estate career! From beginner to intermediate and Advance levels,you must understand the fundamentals taught in this book.
Inside you'll learn:

Pros and Cons of Real Estate investments over other investment tools.
How to know if Real Estate is indeed a good match for you.
How to fit Real Estate in your existing financial situations and future plans.
What your Real Estate team should comprise of.
How to finance your Real Estate ventures.
How to find prime Real Estate investments, perfect for you.
Closing deals
and much, much more…

(Normally priced at 5.99)
45 printed pages
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  • b9266589872shared an impressionlast year
    👍Worth reading


  • Huur Sievarmahas quoted6 months ago
    the benefits of real estate as an investment include:

    Extra number of deferred taxes

    Cash flow on a regular basis

    Reduction of income tax bills

    Ability to increase income from your rentals VS your overall costs

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