The ABCs of Real Estate Investing teaches how to:
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Age 30, love history. Mostly war stuff.
If you're only wanting to start small with a rental house or 2, this book is overkill. If you're going big for apt complexes and having partners etc, it's all you.
everything was was focused on massive 100 + doors
not much info on doing duplex or quadlex
it basically does a great job detailing a sure way to make money from buying multiple rental units. I was expecting more in the buying and selling and or single unit rentals
details of how to invest in multi family rental that were easy to understand and use. gets more into commercial side than residential property
This audiobook was very thorough with good information the narrator was great I listened to it for ten straight hours and had to take a 15 min break. However I would not recommend this audiobook to the new beginner who is new to investing in real estate . Unless the person wants to change their thinking by listening to this audiobook more than once otherwise if not the loopholes to real estate may be a better pursuit.
The narrator in his examples mentions 8 unit apartments but the situation in this book is useful 4 green houses one red hotel or in this case apartment also the person new to real estate should rely on other books in this field for starters I would recommend his other two books writing and winning business plans and the loophole to real estate
This book does not mention single family houses
I don't have any business experience to compare the literature to however, I believe the information is practical, effective, and can be applied to other business ventures. I would recommend this book.
This subject matter was well presented. This is sound advice for the startup, small and big investor
The chapter that discusses the evaluation of a property based on its own income and expenses.
Garrett Sutton was awesome, at times it feels like Ken was talking to the listener.
Knowledge is a powerful tool, thanks for sharing.
Really good reading.
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