Keller Williams' The Millionaire Real Estate Investor is your handbook to the tried and true financial wealth-building vehicle that rewards patience and perseverance and is available to all: real estate.
You'll learn about the myths about money and investing that hold people back and how to develop the mindset of a millionaire investor; how to develop sound criteria for identifying great real-estate investment opportunities; how to zero in on the key terms of any transaction and achieve the best possible deals; and how to develop the "dream team" that will help you build your millionaire investment business.
Here are proven models and strategies millionaire investors use to track their net worth, understand their finances, build their network, lead-generate for properties, and acquire them. The Millionaire Real Estate Investor is about you and your money. It's about your financial potential. It's about discovering the millionaire investor in you.
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Missing Bonus CD with pdf documents
The cd is pretty good. But a lot of the information they share is on pdf documents that supposedly come on a "bonus cd". Example documents are checklist on what to check off when looking at a house and the networking circles. I think these documents are just as important as the audio track itself. I would really like to get a copy of them.
Best book in my collection
I had one rental property when I read the book. After the book I now have twelve. All in one year. Book gave me the confidence I needed and facts I needed. It's high level but for a business minded person it's perfect. Basically explains why smart people buy and hold rental properties.
Don’t convince me, tell me how.
I’m already a real estate investor. Much of this audiobook is going to be directed at trying to convince you that investing in real estate is a good idea. Yea, I know its a good idea, give me knowledge and insight. Then the book tries to motivate you… Ok, I’m already motivated, hence listening to an audio book.
Then it talks about how some people somewhere snowball their property acquisitions and become millionaires… Somehow getting multiple loans and apparently bypassing debt to income ratios and picking up properties in a short amount of time. This book in nonsense.