September 2012

“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”- Dr. Seuss

Several months ago I published a piece titled, “Seven Must Read Books for Real Estate Investors.” The post simply discussed, in my opinion, the best books for real estate investors and took just a few minutes to type up.  Surprisingly, this post has become one of the most popular on RealEstateInYourTwenties.com and by far the most searched term from Google. In fact, there is a good probability that you are here because of it!

However, after writing that post I realized there were so many other great real estate books out there, and limiting to just those seven was an injustice for all the other great books. So, today I want to share seven more must read books for Click to continue…

This article is part four in an ongoing case study happening in real-time. You can find part one here, part two (with photos) here, and part three here.

It’s official – I’ve closed on Marcy.

It’s officially mine.

Well, ours.

If you’ll recall, I looked at several different options for what to do with the most recent acquisition to my investment portfolio. I eventually decided to Click to continue…

One of the most common questions I receive is from young individuals looking for tips to get them started in real estate investing.  This is a valid question and one that I am happy to help out with whenever I can. I decided to add this post so I have something I can quickly point people back to, without needing to re-write each time. By following the following five tips for new real estate investors, you will supercharge the beginning of your real estate investments!

1.) Read These Top Real Estate Books

If you haven’t yet read these books, read them (like, now!) :
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki This book will get you excited. When I first read Rich Dad Poor Dad, it Click to continue…