2 Years to a Million in Real Estate

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Juni 2006



Quit your day job!
Make a million in real estate!
It's easier than you think!
A few years ago, Matthew Martinez was a lot like you - he worked hard to make as big a salary as he could. But it wasn't enough. He worked by the clock, and yearned to be his own boss. With a small amount of savings, he acquired his first rental property. Two years later, he was making more from his rentals than he was working 9 to 5, so he quit his day job to oversee his real estate investments. Today, he enjoys a multi-million-dollar collection of income-producing properties--and he's ready to share his money-making strategies so you can begin your own journey to career and financial independence.
Two Years to a Million in Real Estateshows you everything you need to know, including how to
  • Invest small amounts early-on while working a full-time job
  • Avoid real estate "bubble" risks
  • Get others to pay your mortgage for you
  • Pick a hot property (and spot others that will become hot)
  • Simplify the ins-and-outs of financing
  • Negotiate like a pro
  • Screen for reliable tenants
  • Understand how local tenant laws work
  • Hire good people to manage your properties
  • Know when to sell


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"This is the success story of an ex-dot-com employee who got tired of working long hours at a great job for 10 years and watching his fellow workers lose their jobs. He accidentally discovered real estate's market-value appreciation, leverage, tax savings, cash flow, reliability and freedom from a 9-to-5 workday. In the process, he became a multimillionaire, and he shows readers how they can have the same result."
EAN: 9780071471879
ISBN: 0071471871
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2006
Seitenanzahl: 227 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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