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Where does HOLD rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I have owned rental properties for 7 years so have some knowledge and experience in this area already. This is an excellent book specifically for buying and holding properties as rentals. One of the best I have read/listened to so far. Anyone that is serious about getting into Real Estate should use many sources for information and learning on an ongoing basis, there are other good books out there and a lot of resources available if you look. You can always learn something new and if you only pick up one new good idea that makes you a few thousand dollars then a $25 book and a few hours is well worth it.This book focuses more on the act of finding, evaluating and buying rental properties, good how to information, not so much about managing properties or being a Landlord and dealing with landlord tenant issues and that is ok because I am not aware of any claims by the authors that this is a landlording book, this is a book about buying rentals as a business and investment. "Landloring" by Leigh Robinson is a great book for more nuts and bolts of actually being a landlord. Hold and Landlording together would give someone a good education if they are new or experienced already.I really enjoyed and highly recommend all three books by this company, The Millionaire Real Estate Investor, Flip, and Hold. All very good and went over a lot of the actual how to information and RE strategy.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Which character – as performed by Paul Keith and Laura Seaton – was your favorite?
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It was a very educational book that helped to encourage me to buy more rental properties and helped answer a few questions I had that was unsure of but now feel much more comfortable with.
Any additional comments?
Buy this and all the other books by Gary Keller's company that interest you. As mentioned above I have read all three on this subject and liked them a lot and am planning on rereading them once a year along with a few other really good books.
20 of 21 people found this review helpful
Provides way more detail than Keller's first book (How to be millionaire real estate investor) and is very informative. Provides sample worksheets and many figures to view while listening. So far this is the most valuable audiobook on real estate I have listened too yet.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful