In The Weekend Millionaire's Real Estate Investing Program: How to Get Rich in Your Spare Time, you'll learn that you don't have to quit your day job to get started and be successful in real estate. The Weekend Millionaire's Real Estate Investing Program is a step-by-step guide that shows you how to target a possible real estate property and analyze its true value to get the absolute most out of your investment, whether you plan to rent or sell. This program gives you a long-term strategy, based on sound market principles, to leverage the properties you buy and develop to create a substantial cash flow without major capital investment.
The Weekend Millionaire's Real Estate Investing Program is filled with practical ideas that work. In one of the most complete products on real estate investing you will find anywhere, successful real estate investors Mike Summey and Roger Dawson take the potentially complex topic of real estate investing and turn it into a simple, easy-to-understand process that shows you how to build wealth. Mike and Roger both have proven track records when it comes to real estate wealth building and show you how you can create a game plan for success over the process of eight weekends.
In this program you will learn:
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Very good content, baking up and adding to my current knowledge. Similar situation to other books in that they don't talk about the negatives that can really mess you up!
Really good listen all the same.
"solid concepts, decent 'how do i do this' steps"
maybe, but only after i give this disclaimer:
it contains solid concepts with a conservative approach and decent amount of 'specifically how do i do this' instruction. but:
- the book is frequently referencing a CD that contains valuable calculation templates, which you don't get with the audio book.
- it also references stuff to purchase on their website that is no longer available
- their website and its content are outdated, leading me to believe this book was a get-rich-quick thing for them. that they made their money and are now gone.
- not only are the chapters not labeled, but each one starts with an long story, making it very difficult to go back and review chapters you want to re-listen to.
yes. but only if there were more details surrounding financing and if their content was updated. i'm not sure that all of the principles mentioned in this book are relevant to 2015.
"Outdated but still some good info."
Probably ok info back in the 1980s but times have changed. Many references to Carlton Sheets' course which I bought 25 years ago. There were some decent sections on negotiating but other than that I could have invested my time more wisely.
"This is an old book (1993)"
I feel little deceived I thought this was a new book. It's an alright book with some useful tips and advice but I feel like it's only worth about half of its price.
"Lots of good information"
The book has lots of good information, but does not go into great detail about some of the steps, like how or where to get information like cost of rent per square ft or vacancy rates of your area. it's a good place to start. I still have many questions.
"Inch by inch is a cinch"
I currently have 2 investment properties and this book really helped me to analyze the mistakes I made and going forward what I need to do. Lastly it gives you a wealth of knowledge on negotiating, I just finished another deal and I thought dang it I wish I had this book a wk earlier I would have gotten a lower price.
"One of the best real estate investing programs"
I've read a lot of real estate investing programs. This has to be one of the best articulated and comprehensive programs from end to end.
"Interesting, book with lots of great info."
Best real estate book I have read in years.
They are just great to listen to.
Great book learned a lot I already have 2 rental houses and have really learned some mistakes I have made in the past. Great info on structuring offers that I have not found in other books. This is a book I will definitely listen to many times.
Terrible narrators and the content does not seem up to date. I prefer any bigger pockets book over this.
More advanced investor
Mike Summey is not only hard to listen to in this book,his logic behind his teaching technique is hard to follow. He talks way too much about numbers, way too fast. I would recommend listening to Keith Weinhold if you are interested in learning about real estate. He has a free podcast as well.
"Good solid information"
Will definitely go back an review the info presented. Not for speculators or fix and flippers. This takes a disciplined long term approach that anyone can follow.
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