The financial collapse of 2008 reminds us that we can lose half our assets quicker than divorce court. So where can the average person put their money where they can have more stability, but still get better returns than a savings account? Residential rental real estate is one way, but what if you already work too many hours and aren't handy around the house? And what about those horror stories about unclogging toilets at 3 a.m.? In Real Estate Rebel, Ken lays out a number of strategies that can work for nearly anyone. Single family homes, duplexes, multi-family complexes and syndication. He also reveals some simple but game changing money and debt management techniques that can make you richer without doing any extra work. Ken is an ardent student of the q80/20 Ruleq which states that 80% of our results tend to come from about 20% of our efforts. And that's what this book is really about ... Having all the success with half the hassle.This initial letter introduces us, and attempts to put them at ease by letting them know that we hope theya#39;ll stay, and that ... Here is a sample of what I send the new tenants to get their security deposits up-to-date as well as introduce them to our new ... manuala of sorts for your apartment outlining a lot of little items that would be too much to put in the lease agreement. (Steps to take if something breaks, etc.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Real Estate Rebel - How to build a “mini empire” on your terms with half the hassle|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2015-07-23|