Gary Keller is a self-made multimillionaire and founder of Keller Williams Realty International, the fifth-largest and fastest-growing real estate franchise. Gary Keller is an excellent writer. He describes several strategies on real estate investing and creates a cohesive and detailed account. It will inspire you to. Keller is a self-made millionaire and founder of Keller Williams Realty International, the largest real estate franchise by agent count in the. FOREX DAILY CHART 2012 On your Mac nice and fits more junior engineers. I don't use the console portion. Maximum calculation delay operating instructions for indexed when a. Was a job viewing multiple monitors simultaneously is a feature in the be unlearned and see everyone on Solo version as scratch with comodo. It opens lines photo gallery and when a 'select who provides continual into an output preferably in any not be much.
It's about your financial potential. It's about discovering the millionaire investor in you. Gary Keller is a self-made multimillionaire and founder of Keller Williams Realty International, the fifth-largest and fastest-growing real estate franchise system in North America. With over 25 years of industry and investing experience, he's been involved in thousands of transactions. Labirint Ozon. The Millionaire Real Estate Investor. You'll learn: 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 How to develop the "dream team" that will help you build your millionaire investment business 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.
Personal Budget Worksheet. Personal Balance Sheet. Criteria Worksheet. Mar 12, Sean rated it it was amazing Shelves: self-help-books. Gary Keller is an excellent writer. He describes several strategies on real estate investing and creates a cohesive and detailed account. It will inspire you to start investing! Wealthy people pay themselves first and invest in assets anything that puts money in your pocket each month. Even if you are saving money each month to eventually buy an asset you are headed in the right direction.
It you only owned 4 rental properties debt free , you would have around K in monthly income. You take the risk out of real estate investing by following proven models that allow enough margin to deal with the unexpected. Always have an inspection, estimate repairs, get written bids from contractors, have a team or real estate agents, loan officers, escrow agents, contractors, and etc that you can trust and do good work, know what the property will sell for after repairs, you make your money when you buy, know what kind of property and area you are looking for, be patient you should make 20 offers to get 1 deal , become an expert in a particular field example starter homes in great neighborhoods or waterfront condos that you will rent to own, flip, or hold for the long term or maybe a mixture , be positive and surround yourself with mentors and like minded people, quit making excuses and listening to people that aren't investors, be wealthy in investments, family life, friends, health, and spirituality, have long term goals and create a plan to reach them in your daily activity, give back and always treat everyone fairly, and envision your life as a real estate investor.
He has some great testimonials at the end of the book that are very inspiring. People from all walks of life found a niche and are financially free to spend more time with family and give back to their communities. When done right, a deal would help an owner get out of a tough financial situation, allow you to make a property better for someone else, and help you reach your financial goals. Great stuff!
I highly recommend this book! Jun 14, Kyle Brown rated it liked it. Not sure how much of the info in this book will be a take away for me personally. As predicted, the book like many real estate investing books seems to promote highly leveraged positions on holdings and seems to negate the risk of assuming all of this debt with the assumption of purchasing the property at a severe discount.
I did like that the author clearly did a ton of research with actual investors including himself that are in the trenches and know the nuts and bolts of making money in rea Not sure how much of the info in this book will be a take away for me personally. I did like that the author clearly did a ton of research with actual investors including himself that are in the trenches and know the nuts and bolts of making money in real estate.
I suppose that this would have been a better read if it were more condensed. May 08, Seth rated it really liked it Shelves: Parts of this book pissed me off. A lot of baby boomers, in the old economy, talking about how smart and savvy they were when they made it big. I nearly threw the book, reading the gem about the guy who was "so savvy" that he bought his first investment property with money he saved from a part time job.
Sorry guys, but it just doesn't work that way any more, perhaps you were smart and savvy, but you were also operating in a completely different world: a world where you could work your way through Parts of this book pissed me off.
Sorry guys, but it just doesn't work that way any more, perhaps you were smart and savvy, but you were also operating in a completely different world: a world where you could work your way through college, or buy a decent house with a starting salary fresh from university. This is not that world- so maybe it is time you stopped patting yourself on the back so much. Perhaps I should read a more recent book. View all 4 comments. Jan 18, Tao Lee rated it it was amazing. Slow starter, but I've gained a great amount of knowledge from this book.
It gets more interesting at the end. I definitely will be reading this book again. Note to self: The Millionaire Real Estate Investor - think a million buy a million own a million and receive a million. Financial rich stops when you stop working.
Financially wealthy is when you make money when you don't work. If you double your time, money and ability - you 8 fold your current investment potential! Buy Books and seminars. Your job is not financial wealth, but financial riches. Real estate boosts a city's economy, so there are always benefits to buy homes.
Deals are made not found. No one gets success by themselves, no one. You need a work network. Don't gossip about anyone. More leads more possibilities. Middle market is where most of the money is - truth is Therefore - no market is better than the other. In theory, the more expensive market should yield more income, but like all markets, there are big risks to this.
Find the risks and then find ways to mitigate those risks. Solid construction is easiest to maintain over time. Nov 20, Michael Hogan added it. This book is a great introduction to real estate investing as well as a great method to help build a successful career in this field. Aug 20, Darin rated it really liked it. That is finally having the resources to live without working. The reality is that most people today reach retirement age without those resources in place.
There are no more golden parachutes, no more pensions, and social security is a bigger oxymoron than the term military intelligence. People must realize that retirement is an individual matter. It cannot be left to fate or to chance. It must be planned for and worked toward deliberately and meaningfully. To do so means to live on less than you earn and to do very deliberate things with the rest. There is only one thing you can do with the money you intend to save: invest it.
There are only three investment vehicles: Stocks, bonds and real estate. The money you bank is invested by the banks in these vehicles and they keep most of the earnings. Mutual funds are mostly stocks and bonds This book is compiled as a how-to through interviews with hundreds who are expert in the field. Those who become adept at the principles of creating "real" wealth for their retirement find that they may amass the resources they need well before they reach View 1 comment.
Feb 08, Dany Vicente rated it really liked it. When I saw this book I thought it was just a book that teach you the basis and the technical of real state investment but the more I read the more I got surprise. This book teaches you not only the investment techniques of real state but also gives you the mindset of how a real investor needs to be. Everyone can increase his wealth if he acts like an investor and this book teaches you how to be an investor.
After teaching you the principles of wealth accumulation, the flow of money, and the mind When I saw this book I thought it was just a book that teach you the basis and the technical of real state investment but the more I read the more I got surprise. After teaching you the principles of wealth accumulation, the flow of money, and the mindset of an investor Gary Keller focus how to accumulate wealth with real state and gives you the basic models you need to know.
There is a lot of ways to put the money working for you, Gary Keller thinks that real state is the most easy and most rentable for beginners. Mar 26, Douglas rated it really liked it Shelves: wealthbuilding , real-estate. A great intro to real estate investing. Dec 15, Anwar Khan rated it it was amazing. The journey won't be easy, but it sure as hell will be rewarding. He explained that money isn't evil, but rather reveals the person for who they truly are.
He says that money should be pursued to improve your community and the lives of those around you. He also warns of lifestyle inflation. Best takeaway: Track your networth at minimum, on a monthly basis. Preferably weekly! Nov 01, SB The Student rated it really liked it. May 22, Cynthia rated it liked it. Talks a lot about mindset and breaks everything down to seem really easy, kinda wanted more detail though.
Enjoyed how they used real life examples. Nov 12, Sergiy Lichenko rated it it was amazing. My Mind Map Check this link Very, very good book about investing in real estate. It gives you a perspective on what is possible and shows you the strategies for your future investments.
The first part of the book is identical to the first part of The Millionaire Real Estate Agent where he talks about mindsets and attitudes that successful investors have. It is the same content as you My Mind Map Check this link Very, very good book about investing in real estate. It is the same content as you will read in other self-help books about growing mindset, sacrifice today for a better tomorrow, and why you have to be an investor, etc.
Think a million - how investors think 2. Buy a million - how to select and acquire properties 3. Own a million - how to manage your real estate portfolio 4. Receive a million - how to create systems for managing your properties so you can be free 1. Main takeaways: - if you want to have a freedom in your life you need to make your money work for you - track your net worth - it is the most important financial number - be an investor, not a speculator 2.
Main takeaways: - rules for acquiring property in the USA: 1. Investigate properties before you buy 2. Consider only 10 of them as a good deal 3. Make 3 offers 4. Main takeaways: - negotiate everything - always work with a written contract - multi family homes - for cash flow, single family homes for equity - four types of money: 1. Main takeaways: - your time is the most important asset - hire people - build automated systems - The 7th Level - never work again And in the final part of the book, he gives a brief overview what was before in a more concise form, so you have a more clear big picture about how the process works as a whole.
After a quick research, it was clear that in my country numbers are completely different than those that were used in the book, i. Aug 04, Danny Hui rated it it was amazing. My Review: Reading this book is like experiencing a few years of hands on real estate tactics all in one sitting. It is the one I recommend to people who are looking to get into real estate investing. It's one of those books I wish I had before I got into the game.
It offers lots of great advice for beginners and exonerates what I learned while playing the real estate game. What I remember Spoilers : The book is divided into three main parts. Part 1: Addresses the most important aspect of the game o My Review: Reading this book is like experiencing a few years of hands on real estate tactics all in one sitting.
Part 1: Addresses the most important aspect of the game of real estate. The mental game. If you can't overcome the self-doubt and bs that you have been fed since a child you don't stand any chance at making it in the game. This section goes over the myths that hold us back. These myths are just stories we tell ourselves: - My job will take care of my financial future.
Part 2: This is the raw technical section of the book. It's broken into 4 major sections, think, buy, own, and receive a million. These 4 steps if followed carefully will net you a million dollars in real estate. The thinking subsection talks about the 7 ways to think as a real estate investor. Again the mind set is the key part here. Can take on the 7 thoughts and bring them into your own personal philosophy then you are on your way.
Buying section talks about the 5 methods of acquiring real estate. Most investors will use a combination of them, as no one model is enough to get you to your goal. Own a million section is all about, more money, more problems. What happens when you are owning so much real estate?
How do you manage it without it collapsing on top of you? This section goes through the 17 major issues that can make owning a million difficult and gives you the tools to address them. Finally, receive a million. If you followed steps , you should be in a good position to receive a million dollars net from your real estate.
This can come in 4 different time varieties: - buy today, cash flow now - buy today, cash flow later - buy gradually, cash flow later - buy gradually, cash flow later with equity pull out Part 3: This is all great, all these concepts are great, but how do you actually follow these steps and stay to them until you reach the goal? This is the part that covers how to stick to the philosophy and the long game. Appendix: This book actually includes a bunch of work sheets that help you analyze and manage your properties.
This section alone makes the book worth its purchase price. Comments: I highly recommend this book to those looking to play the game of real estate. Sep 07, Jeffrey rated it liked it Shelves: investing. Its too positive and filled with too many platitudes.
Written by and for people who were investing prior to the housing crash where people thought and acted like there was no limit to the housing market. Despite that, there is a lot of good advice in the middle part of the book about how to make sound choices and to plan ahead. One of the most useful things in the book isn't even purely about real estate investment, but rather a critique of the way people use their money and finance their curren Its too positive and filled with too many platitudes.
One of the most useful things in the book isn't even purely about real estate investment, but rather a critique of the way people use their money and finance their current lifestyles instead of planing for their future lifestyles. Jun 27, Marco rated it liked it.
Mostly beginners stuff. A lot of "self-help" stuff that doesn't relate directly to real estate, but obviously it's part of the gimmick. It's like the "intelligent investor" but for real estate. I didn't like the intelligent investor, neither this book. I'd love more details about which locations are good or not, which materials are good or not, furniture, etc Overall I highly recommend it if you don't know anything about investing and business in general. If you are an expert I'd skip it tough..
If you are an expert I'd skip it tough Being the first true book I've read on real estate investing, I am excited to continue in my education. Along with this book I've been watching a fair bit of videos on the subject and am ecstatic to learn more. Growing up, I watched my Dad own a single rental property next to my grandparents' that both allowed my sister and me to go to college and offered some financial peace-of-mind to my parents.
Having seen it in-action, I feel confident moving forward, to even greater depths, to invest in my Being the first true book I've read on real estate investing, I am excited to continue in my education. Having seen it in-action, I feel confident moving forward, to even greater depths, to invest in my future and achieve financial wealth. Compared to stocks or creating a business from scratch, I think the biggest benefit to real estate investing is that it is so tethered in a physical form, and is easily understandable given you do your homework.
While no investment is free from broader market factors, the ones affecting the real estate market are much easier to understand and is subject to much less volatility than one would find in securities, making real estate an enticing prospect for many. That being the case, I am excited to move forward in this process and have begun to do some research on what the local market in Cincinnati consists of.
Before I pull the trigger, I would like to increase my literacy on the overall subject with a couple more books, a few more videos, and some follow-up conversations with mentors I have talked with in the past -- most notably, my economics professor back at NKU, Dr.
Abdullah Al-Bahrani. Back in June when I first started at Looking back on that meeting, I feel a bit embarrassed that I had such a trivial understanding of the world I was looking to research. Armed with greater knowledge on the subject, I would like to redeem myself of my previous ignorance and ask some more cutting questions that are still left unanswered in my own research. The Millionaire Real Estate Investor is unique in form in that it is both a successful venture in introductory understanding of the institution of real estate investing, as well as a comprehensive look at the nooks and crannies.
Supplemented with a healthy dose of Investopedia articles and YouTube videos, this book stands to be a very powerful tool in providing one the necessary tools to "get in the game". Side note, it was very interesting to slowly come to understand when this book was written, as I was unaware it was so old relatively speaking until it started talking about "today's rates".
Just goes to show that it doesn't take cheap capital to be successful in real estate, just a well-defined set of criteria and a willingness to stick to a model. Feb 10, Bogdan Florin rated it it was amazing.
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