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Long-Distance Real Estate Investing: How to Buy, Rehab, and Manage Out-Of-State Rental Properties (Paperback)
Live where you want, and invest anywhere it makes sense.
"It is a common misperception in real estate investing that you should buy only where you live. David Greene has put that myth to rest...This is a must-read for investors who want to expand their real estate empire nationwide."
--David Osborn, bestselling author of Wealth Can't Wait
Are you interested in real estate, but you live in a hot market that is not suited for buy and hold investing? Do you want to take advantage of wealth-building opportunities, but that seems impossible until the next market crash?
Real estate investing is one of the greatest vehicles to build wealth, but it doesn't make sense in every market. Some locations provide incredible returns, while others make it almost impossible to find a single property that profits. Traditionally, investing out of state has been considered risky and unwise.
But the rules, technology, and markets have changed: No longer are you forced to invest only in your backyard In this book, real estate investor and police officer David Greene shows you exactly how he's built a multi-million dollar portfolio through buying, managing, and flipping out-of-state properties, often without ever even seeing the properties in person. David shares every tip, trick, and system he has put in place for over twenty rental properties, so you can avoid making mistakes and shorten your learning curve.
Don't let your location dictate your financial freedom. Get the inside scoop to invest--and succeed--anywhere
Inside, you will learn:How to assemble an all-star team to handle each aspect of a deal from A-Z How to find great deals in any state, regardless of where you live How to rehab a project from thousands of miles away without worry or complication How to speak the language of the agents, contractors, lenders, and property managers you will use How to quickly and easily know which neighborhoods to buy, and which to pass in How to choose the best materials for your rehab projects and pay the least amount of money And much more