If you’re looking for a motivational step-by-step guide to success in low-cost, high-reward real estate investment, Free Houses: How to Build Your Real Estate Investment Portfolio with No Money should have pride of place on your bookshelf.

These strategies focus on building a portfolio by finding “free houses,” properties that cost little to none of your personal wealth to acquire. Author and successful investor Austin Miller lays out action plans for funding deals: the most prevalent barrier to investment. Miller shares his strategy for navigating the high-dollar world of real estate investment in simple terms. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran in the finance world or a novice with no idea where or how to start, you can bolster your portfolio without expanding your expenses.

Experience and wealth are no longer the entry requirements for real estate investment. There are, however, two commodities you will need to put Miller’s advice to work for your financial future: time and effort. Free Houses isn’t a get-rich-quick technique but rather an investment strategy that anyone, of any age, can implement.

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February 11th, 2018

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  • Amazon Customer says:

    Must read if you need help finding funding from you first deal Many years ago after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad, I gained the desire to get into the real estate investment game, with the goal of creating passive income and using it as a retirement funding vehicle. Well after reading that and being motivated by the words of Kiyosaki, I set out in search of books, podcast and other knowledge building methods to learn how to get started. I needed funding and a process of estimating if a property would cash flow. Well book after book failed to help me (a true…

  • Augie Nickels says:

    Highly Recommended- Refreshing, Practical, Proven I was fortunate enough to read one of the final drafts of this book prior to publishing. Free Houses packs an incredible amount of information into a thin-profiled and quick-reading book. The author clearly places a high value on time and energy, and this reflects in his writing style. You will not be bored with lengthy stories and the self-praising rambling so common in these types of industry publications. If you show up ready to learn, you can expect a good return in a very short period of…

  • Brock says:

    this book was an easy read and I didn’t feel like I was left … Was blessed to read this book prior to being released. I was, and still am, the definition of inexperienced when it comes to the real estate industry. However, this book was an easy read and I didn’t feel like I was left with a ton of questions when finished. Whether you’re a complete novice or a seasoned real estate investor, this book is worth reading and I guarantee you will take away something beneficial. If you’re like me and have the slightest interest on how to get started, or just want…

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