Электронная книга: Tyler Hicks G. «How to Acquire $1-million in Income Real Estate in One Year Using Borrowed Money in Your Free Time»

How to Acquire $1-million in Income Real Estate in One Year Using Borrowed Money in Your Free Time

This book shows beginning and experienced real estate investors how, and where, to acquire one million dollars in real estate in one year using borrowed money. Author and real estate expert Tyler Hicks starts with the reasons why real estate is the world's best borrowed-money business, then discusses hands-on ways for any investor to: Choose the type of property to invest in Pick one of 49 mortgages that can finance the property Find loans on the Internet to finance property acquisition Deal with, and obtain funding from, private lenders Use self-starter methods to get the money needed to buy income real estate Get financing even with bad credit/no credit on the investor's record Tap into little-known sources of real estate financing for both beginners and experienced wealth builders Use 100% financing (zero-down) methods to acquire real estate Build wealth almost anywhere with property appreciation Put wraparound mortgages to work to acquire desirable properties Numerous real-life examples of people who have used this system successfully in their spare time are included. To further assist readers in acquiring the income real estate they seek, dozens of sources of funding are included.

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

ISBN: 9780470043349

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