The Powerful Little Real Estate Book by Dave WattsThe Powerful Little Real Estate Book by Dave Watts

The Powerful Little Real Estate Book

byDave Watts

Paperback | January 21, 2017

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Someday you’ll be 55 years old. Your maximum earning years will be behind you, your youthful energy will be fading and employers won’t want to hire you anymore. It’s now too late to save or invest for the good life that you want as you get older. This book gives strategies for young people to purchase real estate while keeping their day jobs. The Powerful Little Real Estate Book offers tips that can be implemented to accumulate wealth, gain business acumen and get ahead in a competitive world. Implement the ideas in this book and you can retire early from your corporate job. Who should not purchase this book: Older people, unless you’re going to give this book as a present to a young person. People who think they are doing okay financially and are comfortable depending on a salary or hourly wage. People who do not want a guaranteed second income and expect to live out their retirement on social security, their IRAs or their company’s retirement plan. If you are not one of those people, start reading today.

Este libro contiene una traducción completa y precisa al español.

DAVE WATTS MOVED TO THE "land of opportunity" in 1952 with his family from England. After high school, he joined the Marine Corps with one tour of duty in Vietnam. During college, he bought his first property: ten acres with a mobile home. After securing a corporate job, he continued to purchase houses, condos and apartments. He left h...
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Title:The Powerful Little Real Estate BookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.29 inPublished:January 21, 2017Publisher:Dave WattsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1943650411

ISBN - 13:9781943650415

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Table of Contents

ENGLISHIntroduction.....................................................1How to Read this Book...................................3Ten Yes / No Question....................................5Real Property as a Measure of Real Wealth...31Understanding Leverage...............................34It's a Game.....................................................38As Seen from Above......................................40Getting Started.............................................40Establishing Your Goals................................41Getting the Down Payment..........................42Making the Purchase....................................44Different Strategies for DifferentLifestyles................................................45Transforming a Primary Residence to aRental......................................................46Buying Income Property...............................48Equity Loans to Purchase AnotherProperty...............................................50Investing with Partners.................................50House Sharing...............................................52Selling Your Home and Investingin Rentals..................................................531031 Exchange.................................................53SPANISH - ÍndiceIntroducción................................................69Cómo leer este libro.....................................71Diez preguntas para contestar con "sí" o "no"Los bienes raíces como medida deriqueza real................................................73Qué es el apalancamiento...........................96Se trata de un juego....................................101Visto desde arriba........................................103Cómo empezar.............................................104Fije sus metas.............................................105Obtener el dinero del pago inicial..............105Realizar la compra........................................107Diferentes estrategias para distintos estilosde vida......................................................109Transformar una residencia principal enuna propiedad alquiler.............................110Comprar propiedades que genereningresos......................................................112Segunda hipoteca para comprar otrapropiedad..................................................114Invertir con socios........................................115Compartir una casa.....................................117