Increase your Property Investment Experience
The weekends a perfect time to catch up on reading. If you’re typically a nonfiction reader, your reading time can be put to good use by learning more about property investment in Australia. Here’s our list of property investment books that will help you gain more property investment experience as a property investor while you recharge on the weekend.
From 0 to 130 properties in 3.5 years – Steve McKnight
Steve McKnight’s From 0 to 130 Properties in 3.5 Years is an inspiring read. The book shows readers how McKnight and his business partner built their portfolio. The book includes details about the individual properties that make up their portfolio and an outline of the numbers on each property. If you’re aiming to build a cash flow positive portfolio, this book will help you understand the numbers and Australia’s property market, while sharing details about how to effectively manage your finances.
How to Create an Income for Life – Margaret Lomas
Margaret Lomas has written several books about property investment, particularly positive cash flow properties. In How to Create an Income for Life, Lomas discusses not only how to build a cash flow positive portfolio, but also touches on how to achieve financial freedom.
Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing – Robert Kiyosaki
No investment reading list would be completed without Robert Kiyosaki’s books! Covering investing in general, Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing provides an insight into share trading and how to approach your property investment with a business-focused mindset. Following on from his first two books, Rich Dad, Poor Dad and The Cash Flow Quadrant, Kiyosaki’s books will help you understand investment principles that stand the test of time across all asset classes.
Your Property Success with Renovation – Jane Slack-Smith
If you’re keen to get your hands dirty, finding renovators can be an excellent way to enter the property investment market. In Your Property Success with Renovation, Jane Slack-Smith details the foundational principles of effective investing. Slack-Smith then covers how you can build a profitable portfolio by renovating properties.
The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing – Ken McElroy
Ken McElroy’s, The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing is a helpful book for seasoned property investors. In this book, McElroy shows readers how to think and operate like a property mogul. He covers things like identifying profitable deals, effective tax structures, and how multi-family housing can help you build your portfolio.
The possibilities are endless
All these books are great for diving deep into real estate in general. If you are just enthusiastic or an experienced real estate tycoon, these books can give you a better understanding of some inner workings.
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