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Real Estate Investing Books and Resources
There are many books out there that go through the step by step process for successful investments in property throughout the world, from high rise New York or Chicago condos in the city, to gated complexes in the suburbs, but there are only a select number of books and property resources that really focus and motivate amateur real estate investors to start the process and to get professional investors to take the next step.

Rich Dad Poor Dad
Who Took My Money?
Real Estate Riches
For more real estate investing books and property investment resources, click here for useful and recommended books by Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump, David Bach, real estate investing for Dummies, and Napolean Hill.

Recommended Books
There are so many books on the market these days that promote getting rich quickly by flipping properties. You can certainly do that, but for the most part, the best way to create wealth and net worth for you and your family for decades and generations to come, is to purchase good real estate investments and to keep them as outlined in many property investing books and resources. These books are highly recommended for reading if you want to build your wealth through proven methods and contain great real estate investment tips and checklists from the best in the business.

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Who Took My Money? by Robert Kiyosaki
Real Estate Investing in Canada by Don Campbell
Real Estate Riches by Dolf de Roos

The tricks and trades
Whether you are a pro or a beginner, real estate investing is a very lucrative job or hobby in terms of monetary gains and this is proven in many of these property resources and books. However, what is most important in property investments is not to seek a get rich quick mentality, but to keep your real estate assets that will build wealth over time by using other people’s money, especially through bank financing. There are many real estate resource books that have been written that outline the important steps that any real estate property investor must take in order to know exactly what they want out of property investments (i.e. their goals and objectives in getting out of the Rat Race as coined by Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad” and “Who Took My Money?”) as well as the correct process in finding, choosing and purchasing the right properties (as in the ACRE system developed by REIN’s president, Don Campbell in “Real Estate Investing in Canada” as well as Dolf de Roos in Rich Dad Advisor’s “Real Estate Riches”). Other important steps to conquer and learn through reading these property investment books and resources include managing and keeping properties as well as renovations and how to setup your property potentially for re-sale or equity financing through the banks. By mastering all of these steps in property investing, one can truly say that they are professional real estate investors who have a successful portfolio in building wealth by utilizing other people’s money.

Real Estate Investing in Canada (Hard Cover)
Why We Want You To Be Rich (Donald Trump)
Real Estate Investing for Dummies Series

Why read real estate investment books & other resources?
There are hundreds of reasons to choose and read investing in real estate books. Firstly, there are proven systems out there to choose and purchase property that will provide the best return on investments, as well as how to setup your portfolio to show the banks and financial institutions when seeking the best possible mortgage packages. By arming yourself with the best proven systems for real estate investing out there that are written by authors and investors who have done it themselves and invested in billions worth of property, it is no wonder that people say that you shouldn’t re-invent the wheel. If you are serious about getting out the rat race and building your net worth and wealth through property investments, then reading other people’s success stories and processes will definitely be worth your while. Other real estate tips and checklists from these books will also help you decide what properties to choose in what location and at what time and price, as well as when to sell and get out of a real estate market. Other help investment property tips include checklists for you to follow when inspecting a property as well as what to do and where to go when it comes to renovating your investment property for showcasing to an appraiser or to a potential joint venture partner.

What are the main tips you can gain through reading real estate books?
The most important part of investments (any kind really) is improving your education. Financial IQ is something that is lacking in school systems and curriculum today, and this is why it is important to arm yourself with the knowledge that will minimize your risk, time and money involved in the real estate market. If you are able to master these methods and processes in property investing, then you will be well on your way to creating more wealth then you could through working full-time as an employee or owning a small business. Things like cashflow monthly versus capital gains in equity are a constant reminder that the latter is more to do with getting rich quickly but does practically nothing for your long term net worth. Also, the differentiation between assets and liabilities is an important one, even if you are a real estate investor. Real estate investment property books and resources will also teach you ways to get out of the dreaded rat race (when you spin and spin, work and work, and you seem to be getting deeper into debt). Real estate investing is just one way to get out of the rat race and to have your money work for you, and reading books and resources is just the first step to improve your financial IQ and to increase your knowledge on reducing your own risk as well as to leverage the bank’s money to your advantage. Property investment books are readily available on the market, so pick one up and start your new life today.

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