The Complete Idiot's Guide to Real Estate Investing Basics by David J. Decker

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What, where, and how to buy!



The Complete Idiot's Guide to Real Estate Investing Basics presents the practical advice and knowledge readers need to get started in the residential real estate market. Based on the knowledge of an established expert, this guide teaches readers how to find properties that have the greatest investment potential, make offers and negotiate deals, locate great tenants, and re- sell properties for maximum profit.


* According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were an estimated 123.3 million housing units in the U.S. in the first quarter 2005


* Residential real estate is always on the move


* Baby boomers are growing older, and many look at real estate investing as a safe way to assure their current standard of living

 

About David J. Decker

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David J. Decker is a self-made millionaire who earned his money investing in real estate the old fashioned wayone property at a time. Today, he has a portfolio of real estate properties worth nearly $20 million. He has also assisted clients in finding and buying their own profitable investment properties. George G. Sheldon is a full-time writer, author, speaker, and photographer. He has written over 1,000 articles and 16 books, including the "Washington Post" bestseller "When the Smoke Cleared at Gettysburg,
 
Published June 6, 2006 by Alpha. 400 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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