Loopholes of Real Estate is for the first time as well as seasoned investors. It reveals the legal and tax strategies used by the rich for generations to acquire and benefit from real estate investments. The audiobook clearly identifies how these loopholes can be used together to maximize your income and protect your investments.
Written in easy to understand language, this audiobook demystifies the legal and tax aspect of investing with easy-to-follow, real-life examples.
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A must for real estate novices and experts
Yes. The knowledge imparted in this book was done in a highly entertaining, informative way. Furthermore, listening again as a refresher on the concepts in this book will be extremely helpful in retaining the information in this book.
Calvin the bull-riding country boy. He and his girlfriend Mariah continue to find ways to acquire their dream duplex and then lose it by using a jailhouse lawyer's advice on how to hold title as a way of asset protection.
Yes. This performance compares favorably with Sutton's other narrations in the sense of, it is the same caliber: Excellent. Sutton's folksy, conversational style leaves you thinking that you aren't actually listening to a narration at all; you could just as easily be sitting in Sutton's law office having a personal conversation with the man.
No. This is not a drama or work of fiction. It is a self-help book on real estate investing.
Garrett Sutton's book, "Loopholes of Real Estate", is the best and most comprehensive book that I know of to frame a person's perspective of real estate investment through the lenses of tax minimization, asset protection, and cash flow maximization. Mr. Sutton, formerly a real estate broker himself and currently a real estate investor and attorney, brings real life experience, the law, and the professional knowledge of some of Robert Kiyosaki's greatest Rich Dad Advisors to bear in this outstanding work. This book is a survey of real estate law and investing concepts that is an absolute steal as a mass market product. The information in this book is sold for hundreds if not thousands of dollars in other media such as seminars, academic courses, and professional books.
- A. H. Sudbury