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“This is the success story of an ex-dot-com employee who got tired of working long hours at a great job for 10 years and watching his fellow workers lose their jobs. He accidentally discovered real estate's market-value appreciation, leverage, tax savings, cash flow, reliability and freedom from a 9-to-5 workday. In the process, he became a multimillionaire, and he shows readers how they can have the same result.”(Bruss, Robert J. San Francisco Chronicle.)
Quit your day job!
Make a million in real estate!
It's easier than you think!
A few years ago, Matthew Martinez was a lot like you - he worked hard to make as big a salary as he could. But it wasn't enough. He worked by the clock, and yearned to be his own boss. With a small amount of savings, he acquired his first rental property. Two years later, he was making more from his rentals than he was working 9 to 5, so he quit his day job to oversee his real estate investments. Today, he enjoys a multi-million-dollar collection of income-producing properties--and he's ready to share his money-making strategies so you can begin your own journey to career and financial independence.
Two Years to a Million in Real Estateshows you everything you need to know, including how to
Great book for anyone seriously considering entering the real estate market. Briefly touches up on the key issues for anyone's success and opens the door for further reading and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kevin Saa
Simple and to the point. Answers a lot of questions I've been asking regarding real estate investing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lyle Burks
Great book about real estate. Well written and structured. Full of good stuff. Highly recommend! Very thorrough and full of useful information.Published 6 months ago by Nata
If you are stuck in a corp are job...even a high paying corporate job and playing with the idea of leaving then this book is for you.. great read.Published 7 months ago by Ray King
Never buy a book that has millions in line with a time frame.
Some people get lucky. Read books on fundamentals, not strategies.