Secrets to Successful Property Investment
Your complete guide to building a property portfolio.
A recent study found that 88% of people cannot afford to buy their own home and will always rent a property.
Written by journalist and property investor, Deborah Durbin, Secrets to Successful Property Investment teaches you how to start your own successful property business.
Taken from her seven years' experience of knowing nothing about property investment to creating a multimillion-pound property portfolio, this book will guide you step-by-step to creating your own property empire.
This guide will show you...
* How to generate deposits
* How to get a mortgage
* Dealing with contractors
* Dealing with bad tenants
* How to grow your portfolio
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Thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, "Secrets to Successful Property Investment" is a comprehensive, 'real world practical', and 'field tested successful' combination of informative guide book and how to manual for financially investing in and the management of property for profit. Highly recommended for community library Money/Finance and Property Investment collections. ~ James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review
The property business is ripe with opportunities for those willing to work at it. Whether you’re looking to replace your current career, build wealth, supplement your income, or help support your retirement, starting a real estate business can be a wonderful way to accomplish your goals. Starting and operating a real estate business isn’t easy, but if you’re focused, dedicated, and willing to put in the work, it can pay off. Whether you’re getting prepared and educating yourself on the process or ready to dive in now, this new book/guide from Deborah Durbin will help you understand how to start a real estate business, including the costs and steps, as well as ideas for the different types of real estate businesses you can pursue. Amongst the bullet-pointed rungs of the ladder to pay stricter attention to as you progress are: How to generate deposits; How to get a mortgage; Renovations; Dealing with contractors; Dealing with bad tenants and How to grow your portfolio. But what comes across from the off is that once you have decided the best path for you ie: property investment, you must develop a plan quickly thereafter. Think about what’s needed to get started in that career or business and whereas becoming a real estate agent or real estate broker may require you to attend a school or pass a test to get a license, others (such as just being in control of your own self-purchased properties) may allow you to get started right away with as little as a real estate business plan. Thus it is always best to determine what is needed to get your foot in the door and plan what you want to accomplish or do with your business soon thereafter. If you want to focus on buying an investment property, Durbin suggests you decide whether you are focusing on commercial real estate, residential rental property, fix and flips, wholesaling, or mortgage notes, et al. Identify where you’ll source potential clients or investment property leads and what the conditions are like in your target market. All these juicy, highly informative and at times pleasing bite-size tidbits of knowledge are readily made available within this book, a one-stop shop for all the teachings you will ever need to know how to start your own (and make it subsequently successful) property business. FULL REVIEW: https://annecarlini.com/ex_books.php?id=278 ~ Exclusive Magazine, Review