A lot of people want to get into investing in real estate, but they are held back by lack of funds. To buy a property, you need a down payment, right? Preferably 20% of the property value, right?
What if I were to tell you that you can make your real estate investment dreams come true without having to sock away cash for a down payment? This book, as it says in the title, teaches you how to buy properties little to no money down and reap the financial benefits of property ownership, rental income, and selling to build your wealth.
Investing in Real Estate With Little Money
This book by Brandon Turner (who also authored this book here) is called The Book on Investing In Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down: Real Life Strategies for Investing in Real Estate Using Other People’s Money and teaches you how to do exactly that. What you have in your bank account should not be a restriction from fulfilling your real estate investment dreams and building wealth through property ownership. Turner sets out to show you how to creatively use financing to build your portfolio, regardless of personal capital.
In this book, you’ll get strategies that real investors around the world are using to finance their purchases. You should not be held back by your savings, or lack thereof, and you’ll learn how to make it happen with this book.
Turner’s book will give you the truth about:
- How to invest with no money down
- Mixing and matching, creative deal-making
- How to attract lenders, private money, and partners to help finance your deals
- Getting started in real estate with no experience or money
- Wholesaling, flipping, rentals, and more
Another thing that is spelled out in this book, which is refreshing as compared to other books I review here, is it also shows the ugly side of using creative investing. For all of the strategies that are described, there is a downside to each. However, it also provides you with tips on how to overcome these issues and still have success in real estate.
Who Should Read This Book?
Regardless if you are a veteran real estate investor or just getting started, or if you are a house flipper, landlord, note buyer, wholesaler, private lender, or any other party to a real estate transaction, there is much to learn from Turner in this comprehensive book.
Even if you have your own way of doing things and have been successful in doing so, there is a lot that can be gleaned from this information. That is because Turner doesn’t just illustrate one right strategy. Rather, he presents a collection of different strategies that can help you tackle any deal that you come across. It can really round out your real estate investment skills and make you rethink your approach in general.
Just because you have some funds in your account, there is still real estate that you can’t afford. I highly recommend this book on creative investing to help you make real estate deals without using your own cash. Definitely check it out!