Who wants to be a millionaire? There are likely few real estate investors who don’t want to reach that mark and beyond. This trio of authors gathers stories from more than 100 successful real estate investors who tout valuable concepts such as team-building and constructing a referral network. The book also debunks myths that often prevent the average person from buying, renting, and selling homes. Keller and company figure if you can gain some sage advice from a variety of reliable sources, some of those lessons may help you manage financial and operational aspects of the business.
But, you can read about the success stories of others all day. Yet no one gets to where they are without making some formidable blunders. Anyone who says otherwise might be stretching the truth slightly. Along with what to do, the team skips what not to do. Sometimes a bad decision, such as paying too much for a multi-unit property in a sinking market, can unhinge even the most steadfast investors. One can only imagine what a glaring miscalculation might do to the psyche or the financial standing of a novice.