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52 Homes In 52 Weeks Book Review

 

52 Homes In 52 Weeks Book Review


Summary:

Thanks to a new book that shows how to do it, the door is open to anyone who is interested in owning real estate.


Thanks to a new book that shows how to do it, the door is open to anyone who is interested in owning real estate.


To make the assumption that big stores are the exception and not the rule, bestselling authors Dolf de Roos and Gene Burns are invited every week of the year to buy a house. They purchased the property using a variety of financing and acquisition methods, which they documented in The Insider's Guide to 52 Homes in 52 Weeks (Wiley, $ 16.95, paper).


The book is not just about what they do and how they do it. It also shows readers how to acquire these techniques and apply them to their own acquisition program, whether they want to buy a house for a week or just once a year.


Initially, the authors searched for houses before execution, and recently they have been trying to find tenants for them. Eventually, they hired tenants and looked for homes where they could move.


Topics in the book include how to define strategy and how to get started; learn to ask for help; finding the right place; rental options; real estate financing; before execution and others.


Dr. de Roos, PhD is the best-selling author of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

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