Want to be a successful real estate investor? Eric Tyson and Robert Griswold present their proven strategies, along with updated tips for easily riding out downturns in the real estate market. From homes and apartment buildings to duplexes, commercial properties, and real estate investment trusts (REITs), you'll master every aspect of investing in and financing properties, and see how to increase their value.
Build a foundation for investing success — get your finances in order, weigh your investment options, understand the risks, and work with real estate pros
You have to pay to play — raise capital, finance your purchases, and secure the best mortgage terms
Find and evaluate properties — choose the best locations, understand leases, project a property's cash flow, and decide how much to pay
Master the negotiation process — assemble attractive offers, complete the purchase agreement, conduct formal due diligence, and close the sale
Manage your property — be a top-notch landlord (or hire help), get the insurance you need, know the tax angles, and decide when and how to sell
"Both beginner and experienced real estate investors will profit from studying all the aspects to consider when maximizing property profits."
—Bob Bruss, Inman News, on Real Estate Investing For Dummies
"This is simply the best book on the topic."
—Randall Bell, author, Home Owner's Manual
Open the book and find:
Tips for buying and improving properties
Proven methods for boosting a property's return and value
The opportunities of the market downturn
Expanded coverage on foreclosures, short sales, and REOs
The latest on buying fixer-uppers and flipping
New details on buying hotel condos and timeshares
Changes in the tax laws
Finding properties online
Robert S. Griswold is a successful real estate investor and hands-on property manager with a large portfolio of residential and commercial rental properties.
Dummies series are always great. Good for general info for first time investors.Published 1 month ago by Chrisea D. Moring
Great book! Has answered many questions that I had about investing in RE and just in general. I recommend this book to anyone thinking about getting into RE investing or if you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike
i grad with a BS in real estate economics so this was a refresher for me and helped me remember what i learned long agoPublished 3 months ago by kg
Haven't heard too much about it from my cousin but in his case no news is good news. Right? Wrong?Published 4 months ago by Antony Keane-dawes
Very informative book, it takes you step by step and offers great insight to the benefits and potential pitfalls with balance.Published 5 months ago by Jeffery Baker
Still reading it.. It provides the tip-card which is excellent work.
I would say the Book iterated my 2-3 years of research in Real Estate. Plus, learned more too.. Read more
In my opinion, any real estate investing book is a good book because I've never read one that didn't have at least one nugget. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jonathan England
Simple language, everything explained in a very objective manner. Doesn't encourage or discourage one from real-estate investing, simply tells it like it is with really good hints... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Yoda the Greek
I knew nothing about real estate, but this book taught me alot. I recommend this book for anyone that knows nothing about real estate.Published 8 months ago by jesse hollis