Don’t have any money to start investing?
Barely can pay for your apartment, never mind think about buying property?
I am 100% confident you can reach financial independence. It’s never to early to start reaching for that goal…
…and the most important thing you can do now is to start reading and learning.
I can say that one single book changed my entire perspective of money and income – “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. Someone recommended it to me when I first started my journey toward financial independence, and now I’m recommending it to you.
My views and understanding have grown over time, but without the initial seed that this book planted, I’m not sure how far along I would be right now.
If you have read this book, then I’m sure I’m just being cliche, but if you haven’t, you need to buy it now and read it immediately.
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Another great author for investment properties is Steve Berges. He has authored numerous books about real estate investing, and I’ve read most of them. I took an MBA class about investing in real estate, and one of his books was actually the course textbook…and I had already read it. He has more books than what I’m linking to here. These are the ones I’ve read and recommend:
Before you actually buy your first property, you should have a general idea of how to manage one. I got into my first multi and realized I had absolutely no clue about dealing with tenants, a maintenance schedule, leases, evictions etc… Though land-lording is very local and unique to every state and city, it’s important to understand the basics. This is one of the many books I liked when getting started.
I don’t know exactly where you are in with your personal situation or how far you’ve journeyed down the path of Passive Income toward your future of Financial Independence. So, I’ve broken some reading down into a few categories so you can figure out where exactly you need to start.