The beginner’s guide to real estate investing PDF presents the tools and knowledge new investors need to get started. This no-hype guide presents case studies of people just like you-regular people who used these simple, smart strategies to earn big returns. You’ll not only gain the basics of real estate investing, but also a vault full of specialized techniques that the pros rely on to grow their long-term wealth.
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Author: GARY W. ELDRED
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Introduction- The beginner’s guide to real estate investing PDF
Everything you need to know to begin acquiring properties–now!
No matter what obstacles you think you face, real estate still offers you multiple money making opportunities. In The Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing, successful investor and author Gary Eldred presents the tools and knowledge new investors need to get started. This no-hype guide presents case studies of people just like you-regular people who used these simple, smart strategies to earn big returns. You’ll not only gain the basics of real estate investing, but also a vault full of specialized techniques that the pros rely on to grow their long-term wealth. Concise yet comprehensive, this practical guide shows you how to:
* Find below-market deals
* Invest using little or none of your own cash
* Use low or no down payment seller financing
* Find creative ways to finance your investments
* Make money with foreclosures and REOs
* Increase the value of an investment property
* Negotiate a winning purchase offer
* Manage rentals hassle free
* Flip properties for fast profit
In addition, Eldred shows you how to tailor your investment strategy to make money in any place in any type of market. With proven techniques and timeless principles, The Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing is the prime resource you need to start building a prosperous future-today.
From author- Why this book?
In writing The Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing, my intent has been to cover all topics that first-time real estate investors need to know—but to do so in less depth than I’ve included in my previous Wiley titles.
Here you’ll find discussions about credit scoring, mortgages, seller financing, negotiation, foreclosures, bargain-hunting, appraisal, valuation, creating value, cash flow analysis, property management, and dozens of other topics. In this book, you’ll gain a profit-generating introduction to the complete range of knowledge you’ll need to begin building wealth in real estate.
In other words, another title for this book might have been Real Estate Investing in a Nutshell. This book is directed toward those readers who want to sample all investment topics in one easy-to-read volume.
In contrast, for those readers and experienced investors who prefer more depth on each of the topics discussed herein, I might suggest that, you instead select from some combination of these titles: Investing in Real Estate, 4th ed. (with Andrew McLean), Make Money with FixerUppers and Renovations, Make Money with Small Income Properties, Make Money with Condominiums and Townhouses, The 106 Mortgage Secrets All Borrowers Must Know—but Lenders Don’t Tell, The 106 Common Mistakes Homebuyers Make—and How to Avoid Them, 3rd ed., and The Complete Guide to Second Homes for Vacations, Retirement, and Investment.
Either way, whether you select this abridged volume or some combination of my other titles, you’ll find that I always offer my readers the most detailed and practical guides to investing in real estate that are available. Although I am quite optimistic on your opportunities to build wealth with property, I never mislead my readers into believing that this wealth will come without knowledge, time, and effort.
It’s certainly true.You can still get rich in real estate. But you must learn how to analyze properties, neighborhoods, and financial risks and rewards. And that’s exactly what my books will help you learn.
I wish you good luck and good fortune.
Gary W. Eldred
Table of Contents- The beginner’s guide to real estate investing PDF
Why This Book? xi
PART ONE: MINDSET + KNOWLEDGE = WEALTH 1
1. Get Started Now 3
2. Multiple Paths to Building Wealth 19
PART TWO: HOW TO RAISE THE MONEY 35
3. Strengthen Your Credit Power 37
4. How to Invest Using Little (or None) of Your Own Cash 50
5. Forget the Banks, Seek Out Seller Financing 66
6. Five More Techniques to Finance Your Investments 83
7. How to Come Up with the Money to Close 96
8. Here’s How to Qualify 110
PART THREE: HOW TO INVEST FOR MAXIMUM GAIN 127
9. Twenty-Seven Ways to Find or Create Below-Market Deals 129
10. Make Money with Foreclosures and REOs 143
11. More Sources of Bargains 156
11. More Sources of Bargains 156
13. How You Can Greatly Increase the Value of Your Investment Property 185
14. Twenty-One More Ways to Boost the Value of Your Properties 200
PART FOUR: ONWARD AND UPWARD TO BUILDING WEALTH 219
15. Win What You Want through Negotiation 221
16. How to Write Your Purchase Offer 236
17. Craft Your Lease to Increase Profits 248
18. The 12 Secrets of Successful Landlording 263
Internet Appendix 287
About the author
GARY W. ELDRED, PhD, began acquiring investment real estate while still an undergraduate college student. Since then he has been involved in more than one hundred deals. He has been invited to teach his proven techniques at top-ranked colleges–including Stanford University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Illinois–and at investment seminars throughout the U.S. and Canada. He is also the author of Wiley’s Make Money series and the coauthor of the long-standing bestseller Investing in Real Estate.
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