- File Size: 899 KB
- Print Length: 70 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073PN93L7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,007 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Apartments Investing Action Guide for Beginners: A Detailed, No-Fluff, Step-By-Step Manual for Getting Started in Buying Multifamily Apartment Buildings in A Highly Competitive Seller’s Market Kindle Edition
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As noted previously, Chris & I have been acquaintances for quite some time now. Everything he states in his book about all that he has done and how he has gotten to this point is absolutely true. He has learned from the best, and he has seen many folks in the large rental investing business do their best. It all starts with a solid foundation in what you are looking to do, and he offers a lot of this expertise in his book.
If you have ever wondered about getting involved in “larger” rental investing business (i.e., apartment buildings of, say more than 15 units), I would get this book. “The Apartments Investing Action Guide” looks at this niche business from the perspective of someone who has always wondered if they could even enter this field … and succeed. He addresses many myths about getting started, what is needed to start and move through in taking down a large property.
His book reads like a structured collection of FAQs that any aspiring investor would ask to a mentor/teacher of this business. And he provides plenty of resources on topics such as the people to align yourself with, markets to look at, the different “projects” involved in the acquisition process, how to talk to certain folks and what to ask, and he covers the lingo as apartment building investing does have its own jargon.
For its price, “The Apartments Investing Action Guide” is surely a bargain. Again, it’s chock-full of information. But one more thing I would add about what you will find within the pages of this book is Chris’ offer to help you (and that means “you” reading this review) if you really have ever entertained the notion of entering this business. Chris is one of those persons who gives more than he takes, and he is extremely generous
and gracious with his time and giving of his knowledge. If you want to learn how to get started and what the experts do to succeed in this biz,
take him up on his offer … reach out to him … and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
Thanks, Chris, for taking the time to share your knowledge and experiences with myself and other readers out there. I truly get the sense that your book here will be the springboard for many aspiring Apartment Building investors. Well done.