5 Steps to Getting Rich with Real Estate

… and why you shouldn’t listen to what ‘everyone else’ says about the real estate market.

Thanks to low interest rates and increasing rental rates, my husband and I are enjoying more cash flow from our rental properties than ever before. Sure, our properties aren’t worth quite as much as they were last year. But they are still making us money. And because we purchased in desirable areas, we know they will increase in value over time.

And we aren’t the only ones making money with real estate today. Jeff Adams works full-time as a firefighter… but his part-time job as a real-estate investor has made him the nation’s leading expert in finding motivated sellers, hungry buyers, and private lenders. He’s made over 350 deals since 1995, just working part-time!

Marko Rubel left his corporate career a few years ago, and today, after several hundred successful transactions, his real estate holdings are estimated to be in excess of $4 to $5 million. And Dave Lindahl – who started out as a dead-broke landscaper with no real estate experience – now owns 5,136 units.

Despite massive profit opportunities in the real estate market, people are more afraid of buying property today than they were two years ago. Most think the best strategy is to wait. I regularly receive reader e-mails saying they want to overcome their fear of buying property right now – but they likely won’t. And until I read Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Dr. Robert B. Cialdini, I didn’t really understand why.

… read the rest of my article called “5 Steps to Overcoming Fear and Getting Rich with Real Estate” over at Early to Rise where it was originally published.

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One response to “5 Steps to Getting Rich with Real Estate

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