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Real Estate Riches by Dolf de Roos
A real estate investor writing a book for other investors in the property market. Well, at first, it sounds too good to be true, but in Rich Dad’s Advisors “Real Estate Riches” backed by Robert Kiyosaki’s Foreword, Dolf de Roos explains to real estate investment interests on how to become rich and wealthy using your banker’s money.

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As an undergraduate student, Dolf de Roos purchased his first real estate property and after eight years of university education and getting his Ph.D. in the professional area of electrical engineering, he decided to get into real estate investing full-time. As Dolf de Roos mentions in “Real Estate Riches,” a Rich Dad’s Advisors series book, he had a starting job at $32,000 a year while one real estate property deal was worth more than $35,000. If you are feeling the same way, or are caught up in the infamous ‘Rate Race’ that Rich Dad Poor Dad’s author and creator Robert Kiyosaki keeps mentioning, then the Real Estate Riches advisory and educational book by Dolf de Roos is a perfect book to get you started in investing in real estate and how to create wealth through using the bank’s money through financing your property deals.

An overview of “Real Estate Riches”
Being a Rich Dad’s Advisors Series book, meaning that Robert Kiyosaki and the Rich Dad Poor Dad company has actually guaranteed the author and the contents, Dolf de Roos’ Real Estate Riches is about showing the general public or amateur investors why real estate is tens and even hundreds of times better than any other investment out there, including bonds, stocks, savings, GICs, and other. In addition, “Real Estate Riches” is an educational book by Dolf de Roos that goes into how to find the best real estate investment deals that will now only give you positive cashflow monthly, but also the best appreciation and equity capital gains that will outperform the current market and be a long term investment success. The Rich Dad’s Advisory Series book Real Estate Riches by Dolf de Roos then goes into teaching how you can increase the value of your property or real estate investment using some simple steps, a bit of time and very little money. What most people and investors don’t realize is that only a few small renovations and improvements to the property can lead to great increases in the market value of your real estate investment in any market and location. Dolf de Roos’ “Real Estate Riches” which is part of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s series of financial education and self-help books also goes into how the tax man can subsidize your investments to create a win win situation both short and long term. Dolf’s book Real Estate Riches also explains hos Rich Dad’s B-I Triangle impacts every piece of real estate and how to create passive income streams using your banker’s money so that you only work if you want to. Lastly, the “Real Estate Riches’ Rich Dad’s Advisor’s book by Dolf de Roos and foreword by Robert Kiyosaki explains how you can escape the Rat Race, enjoy life, live on the positive cashflow and equity capital gains from your property investments, all by creating wealth through the use of the bank’s money and very little of your own.

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Part 1 of Real Estate Riches
Dolf de Roos is a trusted and well experienced real estate investor who happens to also have an electrical engineering Ph.D. However, he has chosen property investing as his full-time career, and building wealth and getting rich by using the bank’s money has become his forte and greatest experience that he can pass on to all of us. In the first part of Rich Dad’s Advisors Series “Real Estate Riches” by Dolf de Roos and acknowledged by Robert Kiyosaki (author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and Who Took My Money?), the author explains the importance of why property investing and real estate are so good in terms of cashflow, amount of money required to get started (i.e. borrowing from the bank through investment finances), tax breaks and higher than average returns. These chapters provide useful and eye-popping details and examples of why real estate investments generally provide greater and less risky returns when compared to other investments. Dolf de Roos “Real Estate Riches” is really an introduction to why people should start thinking about investing in property and the correct reasons for doing so that include cashflow monthly and equity gains through time that will get you out of the rat race.

Part 2 of this Rich Dad’s Advisors Series Book
Dolf de Roos does not stop at just explaining why property investing is such a great investment area. In the second part of the “Real Estate Riches” book, Dolf talks about the 100:10:3:1 Rule that is simply put: of every 100 properties you look at that fits your requirements for a good investment property, you will usually narrow it down to the best 10 of which you will write 3 offers and eventually win 1. “Real Estate Riches,” which is a Rich Dad Advisor’s Book by Robert Kiyosaki’s company and written by Dolf de Roos brings up an important point: real estate investing is not a get rich quick scheme, it is a long-term processes, if followed, will build you great wealth and cashflow by utilizing the bank’s money. No one said it would be very easy or wouldn’t take you time, because it does. However, Dolf de Roos goes into how to find the appropriate properties, analyzing real estate deals, negotiations and submitting offers. In addition, Real Estate Riches talks about the OPM (or advantages of using Other People’s Money such as bank financing and mortgages) to your advantage in addition on how to increase the value of your real estate investments without spending much money. Lastly, this part of Rich Dad’s Real Estate Riches by Dolf de Roos explains how to best manage your properties so that you find good tenants that will give you the positive cashflow you are looking for.

Part Three
The last part of the book by Dolf de Roos goes into more higher level thinking including the differences in strategy for investments when it comes to residential versus commercial property investing as well as government interference that may get you off the path for a bit. One of the most important chapters in “Real Estate Riches” by Dolf de Roos is The Eight Golden Rules of Property and like Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad, the last chapter will set your action plan together and get you motivated to start in investing in real estate.

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