Make More Money Investing in Multiunits by Gregory Warr
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Seven out of every 10 millionaires have made their money in real estate investment. But, unlike many real estate investors, the truly wealthy focus on commercial real estate, specifically multi-units (apartment buildings). Yet, investing in apartment buildings can be a daunting proposition for many would-be and seasoned investors.  Gregory D. Warr, Wall Street trader, real estate investor and nationally renowned trainer, demonstrates how the benefits outweigh the risks – there is less competition, fewer limitations in the market and better turnover necessary to make money for multi-unit investors. He has built his profitable real estate portfolio from the ground-up using his own proprietary strategies for investing in apartment buildings. In his book, Make More Money-Investing in Multi-Units, Warr outlines the process for acquiring apartment buildings and managing a successful business investing in commercial real estate.  Drawing from his success, you will learn to:Identify the best markets to locate properties with the greatest potential for success The process that determines what properties yield the greatest returns •Acquire buildings with little or no personal capital The three best structures to negotiate an offer The 1 team member that will make or break your investing career and how to find him or herHow to help others and communities by giving back

About Gregory Warr

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A successful financier and real estate investor, Gregory D. Warr just doesn't teach real estate investing--he practices it. An actual investor who had built a substantial real estate empire throughout the United States, Warr personally implements all the techniques he teaches students in his training session, "Greg Warr's Multi-Unit Millionaire Maker." After graduating from Temple University with a double major in economics and finance, he worked on Wall Street for an investment bank, then quickly built up his trading account and purchased a seat on the New York Futures Exchange. He rapidly became one of the largest derivatives traders on the floor of the Exchange, began to concentrate on acquiring real estate and now speaks extensively.
Published May 1, 2005 by Kaplan Trade. 256 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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