90 Days to Your First Real Estate Investment
The Essential Daily Action Guide to Profiting in Residential Real Estate Like A Pro Even If You’ve Never Purchased a Property and Are on a Shoestring Budget
By Robert Gill
How to cash in on your first money-making deal within 90 days, even if you have little money of your own to invest
90 Days to Your First Real Estate Investment, for beginners allows you to begin real estate investing sooner than you thought. This book provides the road map you need to take from the thinking to the doing stage of wealth building. It arms you with the know-how you need to take that leap and score big in residential real estate rental investing.
In 90 Days to Your First Real Estate Investment, you will discover:
- How you can achieve financial freedom regardless of income
- An intelligent guide to begin wealth building and build monthly passive income
- It explains easy-to-use profit-proven investment strategies to challenge yourself
- 10 cash flow essentials you need to master to evaluate property opportunities
- 5 Oldie but Goldie rules to navigate potential risk and avoid the beginner mistakes
- How to cash in on your first money-making deal within 90 days
- And much more.
I want you to imagine yourself building a skill – a skill that would allow you to detect where the real estate opportunities are. How amazing would that be? How would your life change? Meanwhile, the purpose of this book is to teach you exactly how to do that while winding up owning your first investment property.
Why would you let your money depreciate in the bank if you could invest it in real, tangible, usable assets?
There is no such thing as “the wrong time” to buy real estate. In fact, the most successful investors such as Grant Cardone, Bethenny Frankel and Jeff Bezos made their real wealth when everyone else was selling.
Real estate is the only investment that consistently increases in value over time and it outperforms any other investment –especially the stock market– when it comes to its vulnerability to short-term fluctuations.
Stop taking the unnecessary market and inflationary risks that traditional investors take just because they do not want to spend time on finding the real deal.