The greatest minds and the greatest money makers in the world of real estate investing are all assembled here. And so is their wisdom, their methods, and their years of winning.
The only thing better than one real-estate expert helping you invest and win is 20 real-estate experts with that same mission.
Robert Kiyosaki, best-selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, has assembled in one big book a star-studded cast of real-estate experts and trusted advisors with one purpose in mind: to share their knowledge and help you win in real estate.
Robert Kiyosaki's team of experts show you how to value a property, handle leases, manage tenant relationships, attain financing, establish your own team of advisors, and so much more.
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Better strategies on how to build a portfolio instead of narrating what they have done.
He is too broad. Some of the stuff he is talking about is common sense and other topics are out of reach for most investors
The whole book is horrible
Too broad. Most of the information you hear in this book is common sense. Not for actual investors, but instead for that person who is thinking about investing. If you already have a few units, this book is quite worthless. Everything he says is way too general and the examples he uses are out of reach for the typical investor. He talks about multi-million dollar acquisitions and yada yada yada yada. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME.
I have not read the print version, but I like the audio version because I can listen to it while I work or do other things.
The book has inspired me to take the steps needed to invest in the real estate market. The time is ripe to make money following the guidelines and avoiding the pitfalls mentioned in the book.
Different angels on realestate investing, and information from people who actually invest in realestate. It gave me a more complete picture on the subject realestate investing.
Yes I would recommend this book to a friend who has a little more experience in real estate.
I like how elaborately the book details all the fundamentals of real estate investing and helps you cover all angles.
Personally I wouldn't listen to it in all one sitting and would not recommend it.
Over all a pretty good book, it can get a little long if you don't break it into intervals.
This book has a lot of detail and you should have a pencil and paper handy. I own a few rent houses and was looking to this to help me get to the next level. I have captured some good nuggets but there is also a lot of complex detail which I believe is beyond where I am now. I am only through the first few chapters and will finish the book in small bites so I have an opportunity to take it all in.
This is a good real estate primer. Many different experts on commercial real estate teach lessons from the point of their specialties--law, finance, management, acquisition, etc. People considering real estate investment as a career might do well to check it out. Mostly it confirmed things I already knew. I did not find it particularly interesting or compelling, but I made it to the end, so it can't be all that boring. And I did learn a few things after all....
An audio book loving Aucklander.
Robert's dry sense of humour sells this book. The vast variety of information provided is so interesting. All of his associates have a chapter where they talk about their area of expertise; covering commercial through to residential and everything related. I particularly enjoyed listening to Donald Trump's chapter and also Robert's wife Kim's chapter. The final chapter by Robert had some great take home messages and provided a good laugh too. It has given me the encouragement I needed to take a 'real' step forward into property investing and seek a mentor.
Something for everyone
One of the three narrator's was a bit monotone
While much of the book focuses on commercial real estate, I found every section had some bit I could bring into my business.
The Real Book of Real Estate is not a fluff book; it's not one of those "Hey-I-got-rich-at-the-right-time-through-dumb-luck-and-this-one-opportunity-that's-now-illegal-but-hey-I-think-you-can-get-rich-somehow-too!" books.
No; this book is for real. I've been in real estate investing for some time now and, unlike the gurus, this book provides a solid 18 hours of thought provoking, business savvy sense by some incredibly gifted, hard working and diligent men and women.
If you are in any way shape or form interested in real estate, and have read Rich Dad, Poor Dad or some of the other RDPD books, then this book is the natural progression if you're serious about being successful in real estate.
Also handy: some of the contributors in this book have their own specialties and have books as well (like Ken McElroy's ABCs of Real Estate).
Read it. Read it again. Then go buy your first property.
Very useful audiobook! It is long and I had to listen to 3-4 times to soak it all in. These guys are smart real estate investors that talk from many experiences and success's. Loved the detail and would recommend to all serious real estate entrepreneurs.
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