How to Be a Real Estate Investor – A Freedom Mentor Review

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Last Updated on December 28, 2017 by Ellen

Have you wondered how to be a real estate investor? I’m sure you’ve seen the programs on television where someone buys a home in need of repair, fixes it up and then sells it to make a profit. Have you ever wondered how they do that or if it was something that you could do as well? In today’s economy, many people are searching for ways to make money and build wealth. In this Freedom Mentor review, I will give you my thoughts on the book “How to be a Real Estate Investor” by Phil Pustejovsky. I received a copy of this book free of charge in order to facilitate the review.  This post was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media and all views and opinions expressed above are my own.  They are not influenced in any way.

How to Be a Real Estate Investor - A Freedom Mentor Review

How to Be a Real Estate Investor

How to be a Real Estate Investor shows you how to invest in real estate quickly and easily without cash, credit, risk or experience. The author shares his personal story and how he went from being homeless to being rich though real estate. He discusses the ways to buy real estate without having cash or credit even when the market is down.

I appreciate that this book explains the process from the beginning and doesn’t assume that you have knowledge that you don’t. The author begins by explaining why you should consider becoming a real estate investor and then walks you through the process beginning with the very basics. Once you have the basics down, he shares advanced techniques that  you’ll find helpful like wholesaling , foreclosures and tax liens. For those considering the future of real estate investing, he includes information about building a team as well as a list of helpful resources for recommended reading.

This book is a very interesting look at real estate investing written in language that a layman can understand. Throughout the book are real-world examples of how his students have made successful investments using the ideas he teaches. He also includes “wisdom keys” with information that he feels is very important to emphasize. This is a helpful book for those considering real estate investing as a career.

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How to Be a Real Estate Investor - A Freedom Mentor Review


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2 thoughts on “How to Be a Real Estate Investor – A Freedom Mentor Review

  1. Most newbies coming into REI don’t have the finances to flip like you suggest. Hard money lenders have a cost to them. For example, you have to come out of pocket with a HML fee, or a point. A 1% point on a $100,000 loan would be $1,000 out of the borrowers pocket before they can even get that hard money cash. The best bet is wholesaling, so they can earn that cash which they can then use to secure hard money and flip.

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