✼ Building Wealth One House at a Time Author John W. Schaub – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Building Wealth One House at a Time Strategies For Creating Real Estate Wealth By Star Ting Small And Always Making The Right Moves Nationally Known Real Estate Expert John Schaub Learned His Craft In The Best Way Possible On The Job, And Through Every Kind Of Market Over Three Decades, He Learned To Bank Consistent Profits As He Built An Impressive Real Estate Mini Empire Building Wealth One House At A Time Reveals How Virtually Anyone Can Accumulate One Million Dollars Worth Of Houses Debtfree And Earn A Steady Cash Flow For Life Unique In That It Focuses On Buying Houses In Good Quality Neighborhoods, Schaub S Nine Step Program Includes Renting To Long Term Tenants, With Financial Incentives To Pay On Time Avoiding The Temptation Of Bigger Deals, Which Invariably Include Bigger Problems A 10 Year Plan To Pay Off Debt And Own Houses Free And Clear 20050129

10 thoughts on “Building Wealth One House at a Time

  1. says:

    Buy at a deep discount and rent out houses and once they re paid off from the renters payments and have doubled in value, you ll have a million dollars once you sell them That s the premise anyway I m not sure if I m committed to this strategy and i...

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    Basic book as an introduction to buying and selling houses Has some good checklists and info on finding property, negotiating, managing tenants, etc It s a good book as an overview of how people make a living buying and selling many houses, even if they don t have a lot of money on hand.

  3. says:

    Overall, this is a great introductory book to the the world of real estate investing It is perfect for those with zero prior knowledge and wants to learnabout this niche.As someone with little prior knowledge, I definitely learnedthan I bargained for with this one book.It reminds me that outside of working, having your own business or even inheriting there is money to be made through real estate investing.Many people neglect this method by mistakenly believing that only the ultra w Overall, this is a great introductory book to the the world of real estate investing It is perfect for those with zero prior knowledge and wants to learnabout this niche.As someone with little prior knowledge, I definitely learnedthan I bargained for with this one book.It reminds me that outside of working, having your own business or even inheriting there is money to be made through real estate investing.Many people neglect this method by mistakenly believing that only the ultra wealthy can participate in this game But this book demonstrates how it is very possible to get started even with little of your own money down.But like any craft it does take time, practice and the right knowledge to become successful.I don t...

  4. says:

    Very easy book to read, and I appreciated that it focused on the long term buy and hold strategyand generating the wealth via 1 monthly income through rent and 2 the fact that the rental payments are paying down your loan debt for you It talks about houses doubling in value in about 14 years with an average annual return of 5% , so he is definitely not trying to sell you on the get rich quick via appreciation.If I had felt the book was designed to get rich quick via appreciation a Very easy book to read, and I appreciated that it focused on the long term buy and hold strategyand generating the wealth via 1 monthly income through rent and 2 the fact that the rental payments are paying down your loan debt for you It talks about houses doubling in value in about 14 years with an average annual return of 5% , so he is definitely not trying to sell you on the get rich quick via appreciation.If I had felt the book was designed to get rich quick via appreciation and speculation, I would have set it down.I prefer tried and true the author has about 40 years of experience even if it is a longer time horizon with less risk than other investments TheI ve read blogs, reviews, and books like this, I m developing the attitude of treating the rent payments almost like matching contributions to the 401k And I m willing to rent at below market value to still generate a positive cash flow while keeping long term renters I also like how he uses sound judgment in my opinion , of using cash...

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    Video review jmacdougcatwitter jmacdougcasnapchat jmacdougcawebsite jwmca.comGood book for people brand new to real estate rental game The book is American written but tactics still apply to Canadians, just not all of them As a seasoned real estate investor I learned alot from this...

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    I am very glad to have read this bookbut my goodness did it take me awhile to get through There was something about his voice that would only get me through a couple of chapters at a time I cannot say I drank his kool aid, but there was a lot of int...

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    I picked this up after John Schaub made a presentation at an investment group meeting It is about how to build a successful portfolio of cash flowing rental properties I enjoyed many of John s suggestions for property aquisition and tenant relations I have recommended it to friends who are al...

  8. says:

    Great investing book for somebody that would like to do real estate investing on the side However I attended John Schaub seminar with the same title and I felt the book was just a repetion of the seminar However if you have attended the sem...

  9. says:

    The sixth book in my recommended curriculum of self study on personal finances and investing See www.ProfitableForAllThings.com fordetails.

  10. says:

    Very informative, but a lot of the advice doesn t apply to our current economy.

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