Электронная книга: David Finkel «The Real Estate Fast Track. How to Create a $5,000 to $50,000 Per Month Real Estate Cash Flow»

The Real Estate Fast Track. How to Create a $5,000 to $50,000 Per Month Real Estate Cash Flow

What if you could consistently bring in $5,000 to $50,000 in real estate cash flow every month? Would you change the way you live your life? Every year, thousands of Americans do just that, using real estate to achieve the wealth and independence they've always dreamed of. In The Real Estate Fast Track, author David Finkel offers step-by-step guidance on building a real estate business that lets you earn more while you work less! You'll master all five of the core skills of the world's wealthiest investors and learn the advanced secrets that have helped Finkel's students and clients buy and sell over $1 billion of real estate, much of it without cash or credit. You'll build your real estate business until you can relax and watch the money flow in. Plus, there's more: Six forms of leverage you can tap into Five fun, easy systems to find deal after deal A simple, three-step system for safely evaluating any real estate deal Twenty-one advanced deal-structuring strategies to close even the toughest deal Fourteen advanced negotiating techniques to make up to an extra $25,000 per deal Ten contract pitfalls that trip up most investors Using true stories from real people to illustrate the basics of successful investing, this practical, step-by-step guide presents the kind of proven, reality-based advice you need to live the life of your dreams—with all the money and free time you want! «Naysayers look out! The Real Estate Fast Track discloses step-by-step strategies that practically guarantee immediate cash flow, no matter what the real estate market does. This stuff works.» —Diane Kennedy, bestselling coauthor of The Insider's Guide to Making Money in Real Estate and author of Loopholes of the Rich«This book is just like David: clear, organized, and intelligent with an easygoing style. The valuable information within is actually a blueprint or how-to manual on producing your own passive cash flowing real estate investment business! WOW, what an achievement!» —Bill Tan, President of the San Diego Creative Investors Association and BTi Investments, Inc. David Finkel is one of the nation's leading real estate experts. He is the coauthor of several books, including the Wiley titles Buying Real Estate Without Cash or Credit and How to Retire Fast Investing in Commercial Real Estate, as well as the Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek bestseller Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit. Over the past decade, Finkel's clients have bought and sold over $1 billion of real estate.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD)"

ISBN: 9780470036198

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David Finkel

David Finkel
Born 1955
Education University of Florida
Occupation Reporter
Writer

David Louis Finkel (born 1955) is an American journalist. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 2006 as a staff writer at the Washington Post.[1] He is currently[when?] assigned to the national staff as an enterprise reporter. He has also worked for the Post's foreign staff division. Finkel's book The Good Soldiers describes several months he spent in 2007 as an embedded reporter with 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, also known as the "2-16 Rangers", as they worked to stabilize a portion of Baghdad.[2]

The logs of Bradley Manning's IM chats with Adrian Lamo state that David Finkel had the video which was released as Collateral Murder by Wikileaks but did not release it.[3] David Finkel has never publicly disclosed whether he had the video or not. In a washingtonpost.com webchat, he said, "I based the account in my book The Good Soldiers on multiple sources, all unclassified. Without going into details, I'll say the best source of information was being there.[in Iraq]"[4]

Contents

Awards

Education

Notes

External links

  • Lecture on The Good Soldiers at the Pritzker Military Library
  • [1] interview on ABC RN with Paul Barclay about The Good soldier


Источник: David Finkel


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