The conservative, thoughtful, thrifty investor’s guide to building a real-estate empire.

Profitable real-estate investing opportunities exist everywhere as long as you know what to look for and understand how to make prudent deals that transform property into profits. David Crook, of The Wall Street Journal, shows how to make safe and sane investments that ensure a good night’s sleep as your real-estate portfolio grows, your properties appreciate and your income increases. The Wall Street Journal Complete Real-Estate Investing Guidebook offers the most authoritative information on:

• Why real-estate investing is a great wealth-building alternative to stocks and bonds and why it’s crucial that you avoid get-rich schemes
• How to get the financing and make the contacts to get started
• How to start small and local, be hands-on and go step-by-step with a vacation home to rent out, a pure rental property or a small apartment building
• How to find and value great properties, do the numbers and ensure you have that beautiful thing called cash flow
• How the government blesses real-estate investors with tax breaks and loopholes, and how you can be one of the anointed
• How to deal with the nuts-and-bolts of being a landlord and have a strife-free relationship with your tenants

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September 28th, 2017

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3 Comments

  • William Springer says:

    A good read Currently most of my investments are in the stock market and I’m interested in diversifying, thus this book. The book was written in the mid-2000s, before the crash, but the housing market has recovered to the point where the advice given here should still hold up.The book is well-organized, with such chapters as finding good properties, tax implications, small residential properties, commercial property, and REITs. It’s easy to read and has a bit of humor thrown in. As you might…

  • V. Jimenez says:

    Realistic & Practical Advice in Plain English

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