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Summary

You don't have any money to invest but you still want to start a business that will create an income? You don't have any idea about how to do it? Have you ever though about investing in a rental property? 

If the answer is yes, then keep reading to find out more about how to invest in a rental property.

Rental property investing has become one of the most well-known ways to receive a passive income. Even if it seems easy to buy a house and rent it out and then just waiting for the money to come, it is not so simple. There a few basic steps that you need to accomplish in order to have a successful investment.

There are many steps and the best way to success is having a good guide to follow.

Here is what you will find inside the book:

  • Ways to start investing on a property  
  •  Best strategies to buy a property 
  •  Reasons to invest in a foreclosures property 
  •  Methods to increase the property value 
  •  Five tools to efficiently manage your rental investments 
  • And much more!  

This is a very effective and different audiobook.

This book was designed specifically to be narrated and has been designed and structured to ensure easy and unconscious learning for the listener.

FAQs

Q: Does the audiobook provide real information? 

A: Yes, it does and it was proofed by professionals. 

Q: Can you really obtain a passive income by following this guide? 

A: Yes, you can, if you follow every step. 

Q: Can you use this audiobook even if are a beginner? 

A: Yes. This book is perfect both for beginners and professionals. 

©2019 Liam Johnson (P)2019 Liam Johnson

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  • Dustin
  • 18-12-19

I truly worth property investigating this audible.

This audio book is stunning. I slanted such giant measures of suitable things from this audio book. I adore this audio book.

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  • Veronica
  • 18-12-19

This audible does expose you to all the aspects.

I like this audible because it does expose you to all the aspects of rental property investing. Even the crap that you are going to have to deal with as a landlord.

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  • Accorsi
  • 18-12-19

This is very well spoken audio book with helpful.

This is a very well spoken audio book with very helpful examples. It was easy to listen and full of very helpful information.

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  • Walter R. Mendez
  • 22-11-19

I am happy to listen this great one audible

The instructions of this audio book are helpful for beginners who want to make money from real state investing. It will also help to make a profit in the real state properties.

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  • Ken D. Copeland
  • 05-10-19

Item as described and in flawless condition.

Easy to listen and Understand. Was well audio. Book starts with simple concepts and moves to more advance subjects. Was audio by a subject matter expert that actually has rental properties. I enjoyed the book. Thank you.

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  • Emanuel T. Jones
  • 05-10-19

One of the best books on property renting

I've been bitten by the Rental Property bug and this book is a great listen. Johnson really spells out the steps you need to take to get your RPI career started. I listen to his podcasts religiously.

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  • Roberto J. Egan
  • 05-10-19

Great book to reference during the home buying

What a great listen! I'm not finished with it yet, but have found it to be incredibly beneficial so far. Johnson has a way of communicating that delivers professional level investor information in a way that even entry-level investors can grasp them. I'm finding this book to be incredibly beneficial as I'm trying to acquire a new investment property within the next few months. It is helpful to open my eyes to different ways to acquire and finance deals.

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  • Lorraine Bouchard
  • 03-10-19

Prescribed!

I am a newer real estate investor and I found this book very helpful! I found ways to improve and create systems in my business. I'm going to put the best rating on this guidebook.

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  • Johnson
  • 30-09-19

This is aGreat Book To Know about

I want to start by saying that I get very frustrated with books that I’ve paid money for that have clearly been overlooked in the editing department. There were multiple times in the book that I noticed grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and poorly worded sentences. I’ll do my best to not let those wrong-doings affect my review, but would it kill you to just hit spell check one more time before sending this thing to the printer?

The Good:
David Greene has clearly experienced living in a high-priced city and being forced to invest in other parts of the country to make money. He resides in the San Francisco Bay area and started his investing career while being a police officer. That, in itself, is an impressive feat. He mentions in the book a few times that he was a millionaire by thirty, which is definitely something he should be proud of and is definitely an inspiring statement to make.

He attributes 100% of his success to being able to invest in lower priced parts of the U.S. while leaning heavily on his teams in the local areas. He boasts not even needing to see properties and relying almost exclusively on the vendors that he’s created ties with to do his work for him. This is all present state of course, while getting to this period, he points out that he was working 90+ hour weeks to grind his way to success. Everyone who has invested in real estate can certainly empathize with his thoughts as to the work that really goes into investing.

His focus is on two main pieces with each property that he analyzes - He is looking to either create a buy-and-hold property that will continue to be an income stream for him or he looks to flip the house and make a quick bump in capital. Focusing on just these two pieces of work, he has built out an empire in multiple cities, in multiple states, that will likely endure for a long time.

The Bad:
Mr Greene isn’t the most concise writer. Frequently I found myself waiting for him to get to the point of what he was going on about. I don’t know if that’s due to the fact that the book is about 300 pages and I just wanted to get to the meat and potatoes of it, or if because the book itself just wasn’t laid out in a cohesive manner. I’ve been reading real estate related literature for probably about 6 years at this point, and I feel like I generally have a good sense of the information that I’m going to receive.

The book had multiple instances where it would introduce a topic and talk about that topic for 4-5 pages, then it would come to a new sub-chapter and talk about the same topic again, as if it was never introduced. My thoughts on this format are simply that David took a long time to actually write the book. Each of his chapters felt as if they were broken up over many different thought processes that didn’t flow together very smoothly. It seemed as if David would write about something, and just as he was getting to the part where he would stop explaining what it is and actually talk about how he used it, he would be onto the next topic.
The biggest piece of this read that I’m missing is the HOW in his topics. He brought a ton of great topics up, but when it came down to analyzing new markets, or value add information, it felt very light.

Why Read:
Though I complain about the caliber of the writing and the lack of hard specific details, this book does a phenomenal job of giving a high level overview of what David’s thinking about during his investing career. If you can push through the redundancies of his writing style and the mostly high-level topics, you can definitely learn some tips on observing markets. The book serves as a great jumping off point to then go to BiggerPockets.com and research a topic more, or to jump into Google and just start typing in phrases that he introduces. I would recommend this book for someone who is still thinking about getting their feet wet with real estate and needs some confidence building with actually jumping into an out of state investment, but if you’re already an investor who has done your fair share of research you could stand to skip this one, you might pull some nuggets of information, but for the amount of text that’s here, the book leaves a lot to be desired.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-09-19

This audible provides a great way of instruction

There is a lot of information in this audible which is necessary for our lives, If I'll consider the audible of price, then the audible will be the first of my favorites list! The author did excellent work!