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The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner: A Lifetime Plan to Finish Rich in Real Estate Paperback – March 4, 2008
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Finish rich in real estate! Bestselling author David Bach is back with The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, another user-friendly, motivational book designed to help you "build wealth through homeownership" and "finish rich in any market." Whether you already own your home or are renting, Bach gives you a long-term strategy with step-by-step instructions--making the process almost automatic!
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Starred Review. He's Baaaach, with a seventh book dedicated to helping readers store up a bundle. Though readers of Bach's Start Late, Finish Rich and The Automatic Millionaire will encounter some familiar material, the bestselling author offers a great book that first-time homeowners and anyone toying with the notion of investing in real estate will find immensely practical. From questions to ask a realtor to explanations of the fine print in loan contracts, Bach offers universally good advice on how to begin saving and building wealth through homeownership. The book is also wildly motivational; frequent asides urge readers to finish the book quickly and start accumulating assets. True to its promise, the book is a swift read, arming readers with everything they need to know in a simple, accessible manner. Just in case any confusion lingers, end of chapter action lists and free online audio supplements are also provided. Bach's extensive experience in leading financial seminars, motivating audiences to take financial responsibility and snagging appearances on Oprah are apparent in his ability to enthusiastically lead readers through even the most arcane aspects of home buying. (Mar.)
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Top customer reviews
The concepts are so simple and straightforward, its an amazing fact that not everyone lives by them.
A great gift for any young person which has the potential to make a monumental difference in their financial well-being.
Just like the flyers in Grapes of Wrath that drove everybody to California in search of more work, all the homeless people here seem to have read and followed the advice in this book. I bought it to re-read it now that real-estate is hot again. Maybe I'll build a rental empire since everybody here could really use a house and apparently all their former houses have been sitting empty just waiting to be sold and flipped.
Haven't asked but I doubt government officials remember it when they rant about "irresponsible borrowers," and probably not Wells Fargo who entered into a "partnership .. designed to increase the number of first-time, second-home and investment homeowners" in 2005, a factoid dug up by Mark Ames and Yasha Levine.