Good Books? - Posted by Rook (C.FL)

Posted by RichV(FL) on September 23, 2004 at 12:16:52:


Try “The Unofficial Guide to Real Estate Investing”–Martin Stone/Spencer Strauss.

It covers alot of the basics for the newer investor.

Great Success,


Good Books? - Posted by Rook (C.FL)

Posted by Rook (C.FL) on September 23, 2004 at 09:44:35:

Hi all,
I’m fairly young, 24, and interested in re investing. I was wondering if anyone had recommendations on any good books or if I should invest in one of these courses. Basically what I’m interested in at the moment is not the financing, but rather the actual finding of the properties that are “good deals”. I’m currently working as a loan processor for a lender, so I am at least learing the mechanics and underwriting process of the financing for the time being. Any info you guys could give would be greatly appreciated.


Did someone say good books? - Posted by David Krulac

Posted by David Krulac on September 24, 2004 at 18:14:34:

I reviewed about 40 books on Amazon, mostly real estate or investment books.

Here?s the my book review link on

Re: Good Books? - Posted by Larry

Posted by Larry on September 23, 2004 at 22:02:35:

Complete Investment Course for Buying Real Estate Foreclosures

Here’s an easy to follow, complete investment course that combines the methods of professional investors with key, insider information …revealing exactly how to buy foreclosures safely and realize substantial profits from distressed property situations. From understanding the entire foreclosure process to finding and determining whether a property has profit potential, this is a step-by-step roadmap for anyone wanting to make money in real estate.