Building a Financial Fortress: Getting Started in Real Estate Investing

Building a Financial Fortress: Getting Started in Real Estate Investing

Nick Reichert / Sep 20, 2019

Building a Financial Fortress Getting Started in Real Estate Investing In this book I will walk you through the process of identifying purchasing owning and selling investment real property and many of my lessons learned along the way I will also explain the system th

  • Title: Building a Financial Fortress: Getting Started in Real Estate Investing
  • Author: Nick Reichert
  • ISBN: 9781500949396
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this book, I will walk you through the process of identifying, purchasing, owning and selling investment real property and many of my lessons learned along the way I will also explain the system that I used to achieve my investment objectives After reading this book, you should be able to move forward confidently with your own program to invest in real estate and grIn this book, I will walk you through the process of identifying, purchasing, owning and selling investment real property and many of my lessons learned along the way I will also explain the system that I used to achieve my investment objectives After reading this book, you should be able to move forward confidently with your own program to invest in real estate and grow your wealth and cash flow

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    About "Nick Reichert"

      • Nick Reichert

        Nick Reichert was born in the San Francisco Bay area and grew up there and on the Island of Kaua i in Hawai i He graduated from the University of Hawai i at Manoa and started his career in public accounting at Arthur Andersen in 1991 A Certified Public Accountant, he has worked in the real estate industry for the past 13 years focusing on finance and accounting for all types of real estate development activities and most recently, multifamily operations.


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    1. This is a good, handy book for someone interested in getting started in real estate investing. I like that the book covers all the bases that a new investor would need to know prior to launching into real estate investing, including:Various types of real estate investingThe team that the investor needs to back him or her upWhere to find propertiesGetting a loanHow to make an offer and conduct due diligenceInsurance considerationsProperty managementRefinancing Selling a propertyThe author points [...]


    2. The author says it all in his intro: “Life is too short not to enjoy what you’re doing.” Truer words were never spoken. But getting to that point is no easy feat. Many of us would love to be making a prosperous living doing what we love; few are. Though I suppose even scraping by doing what you love beats the alternatives, the question remains, how to prosper? And as soon as you ask that, you have motivation enough to pick up this book. First, because he shows you how to have fun investing [...]


    3. I've been wanting to get into real estate for the longest time, but I never found a concise and reliable guide who would walk me through the entire process, until now. Nick does a great job in explaining everything for the newbie real estate investor. I particularly liked how he described the different types of loans I could get. My fiance and I are already searching for our first property to own, thanks to this book!


    4. If you have already made the decision to purchase real estate, this is an excellent "how to" book. However it never quantitatively explains why you should invest in real estate. There are lots of quotes and references to real estate making you financially successful, but it never really provides the evidence. All the quantitative evidence suggests that real estate, especially residential property, is a bad investment. The 30 year track record for house prices shows a 3.7% average annual increase [...]



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