• No Nonsense Real Estate

  • What Everyone Should Know Before Buying or Selling a Home
  • By: Alex Goldstein
  • Narrated by: Dan Culhane
  • Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-05-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Archangel Inc.
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nine reasons to download this book now:

  • Agent - Go through the pros and cons of working with a real estate agent, and the two ways that they can add the most value
  • Economics - You'll understand the fundamental economics of the housing market in the simplest terms possible
  • Investing - Avoid the top five mistakes (almost) all new real estate investors make
  • Negotiations - Five critical elements of a successful negotiation
  • Financing - Possible financing options, from traditional loans to seller financing
  • Selling - Seven secrets that make selling a home as painless as possible
  • Buying - Demystifying contracts and closing costs takes the fear out of the process
  • Closing - Walk through eight steps involved in a real estate transaction closing
  • Practical - Learn how all the different parts come together in a real life case study

As a bonus, Goldstein has included an extensive list of the most frequently asked questions he's received from buyers, sellers and investors over the years, along with an extensive glossary list of relevant real estate terms.

©2016 Alex Goldstein (P)2016 Alex Goldstein

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Good for general info but lacking specifics

The author shows his investor chops. it's a good overall picture of the economics, legal ramifications and marketing involved in transacting real estate; however the general principles that are given would be served by some in-depth specific examples of markets. For example the author speaks about an investor who did well when market conditions were rising and another who did poorly when market conditions were falling. there should be specific examples of real estate markets that were rising. What cause them to rise? How long did the rise last, what caused the market to decline? Can one predict when this will happen with any accuracy? These are the types of questions that it would have been nice for the experienced investor who wrote the book to opine about a little more.

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this book was all over the place. I didnt like it

this book was not what I expected from all the reviews... this book was just all over the place not much of a help to me

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