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Beat the Lease is a crash course in the possibilities of property investment for the average renter or emerging homeowner. The usual progression from renter to single-family homeowner typically eats a few decades of the average American's financial life and nets only half as much equity as the total cost of the mortgage. With this eye-opening guidebook, you'll be able to bypass this mainstream financial rift and move straight into the property investment phase of life that pushes people into huge financial success over time. By purchasing a small multifamily property, you will be able to take advantage of all the benefits of a single-family homeowner and a real estate investor. You can set this investment in motion for very little money up front and subsidize or entirely eliminate your monthly mortgage payment with the rent checks you'll collect from tenants of your own.
Here's a Sneak Peak:
This book will clearly illustrate why real estate is the best way to create long-term wealth.
Learn all of the key concepts you need to break into real estate on a shoestring budget.
Dominate the six income streams of property investment to flip the script on your balance sheet.
Discover exactly what it takes to succeed in your spare time with real-life examples and an analytical breakdown of the steps to success.
Find out what makes a good multifamily investment property - evaluating these criteria is critical, and buying the wrong property could be a big mistake.
Learn everything you need to know about mortgages, what the banks are looking for, and how to meet those requirements. It's easier than you think.
Mediocre credit? No problem. In this important section, I'll show you how to overcome low credit to lock in the loan you need to get the property you want.
What have you got to lose?
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By marquise hatcher on 01-09-18
Very Informative and Specific with Details
This book has helped me get a better understanding of real estate investing. Bowman doesn’t sugar coat anything and gives great details of what to expect. He also provides different options and examples for each type of real estate investor looking for small multi family houses.