Highly profiled authors with vast knowledge and experience in real estate investment have revealed some uplifting insights that could change the fortunes of both savvy and novice investors. Their bags of rare tricks cover the entire scope of the sector including clever ways of purchasing, strategic ownership, management and sale of property. Remarkably, the texts are factual, detailed, but easy to follow. The books are numerous, but the following four real estate books could suffice as a representative sample of the entire lot.
1. How To Be A Real Estate Investor
Authored by Phil Pustejovsky, this book is a rare gem that sheds light on how to make fast money and build your wealth through strategic investment in real estate. Pustejovsky introduces the book by narrating how he quit his employment from a Fortune 500 company to pursue his long-term passion for the sector. Every investor must read the whole book, but with special attention on Part 4 of the book, which focuses on advanced investing techniques. Its language is modest and very easy to follow.
2. The Real Estate Investor’s Handbook
This book written by Steven Fisher provides multiple ideas and case studies to help the reader to optimize on opportunities and overcome the common obstacles that beginners face in the sector. Some of the areas that receive special attention in this book include finding below market deals, managing rental properties, lease agreements, foreclosures and performing essential mathematical calculations. In every respect, this book brings you very close to the promise of financial freedom.
3. Real Life Real Estate Investing
In this book, the two authors, J. Elaine Taylor and David Blum unite their knowledge and experiences in investing and brokerage respectively to guide their readers on the specifics of property management and how to avoid hidden mistakes in this sector. The author debunks the random myth that investing in properties is easy and may not require effort and resources on the part of the investor. However, the book guides you on the unexplored areas of the industry, which seem to be hidden in plain sight.
4. The Part-Time Real Estate Investor
This book written by Dan Blacharski ranks highly on the list of the must-read books for real estate investors. It takes care of the interests of many people who wish to try their luck in this sector without giving up their day jobs. The author informs the employed category that they can still make some modest money in the sector without being physically present. According to the book, one defining advantage of investing in properties is that your money continues to grow without your hands-on approach.