Ideal For My Family – Florida Real Estate Book Review

by Chris Garcia on January 11, 2012

I’ve read a lot of RE books on foreclosures but none as good as this one. Lucier gives an in-depth analysis of the pre-foreclosure process from finding a seller to reselling the properties. It jumps from topic to topic in each chapter, and it looks more like poor editorial style on the part of the publisher. Highly recommended, though, and lots of good examples!

Before reading this book, I didn’t know which way I wanted to go with real estate investing. I would recommend this book to anyone that is serious about REI. He also answers his emails personally. I feel confident about my appointment I’m excited but not in the least bit nervous because I’ve read the Foreclosure Property Investor’s Kit, and I know what to do step by step.

Not a motivating book…just meat and potatoes, which is good if you have already had enough of those. This book is loaded with info but is a bit dry.

I just got my first-hand experience with this guy. His attitude really stinks.

Having been a RE investor for quite a while, I’ve read my share of RE books. Most come up short when applied to the real world. I don’t know of anyone else who gets personal like this. Mr Lucier seems to be genuinely interested in helping others in this business, not just putting out a book or an educational system that others buy and then its “good luck if you can use it”.

If you are curious to find out whether or not real estate is for you, or a serious investor, this book will seriously assist you in making decisions. It is a complete kit for the serious investor, yet a reality check for those who are not too sure about investing into real estate.

Oh, and yes he does answer his emails. For any serious real estate investor, this is a MUST! It educated us in an area that we had no previous knowledge. The material is presented with clarity, thoroughness, and in a step-by-step format. However, Lucier’s lousy writing style makes it pretty hard to get through the book. Even worse, his style sounds so uneducated that I lose confidence in what he has to say.

He tells it like it is. This book is one of the best pre-foreclosure books out there. That’s why I bought four books. At least one book should fill in where another book was weak. As soon as I saw this book on Amazon back in November 2004, it was not yet available so I pre-ordered it as it appeared to be one of the few in-depth books on pre-foreclosures. I was not disappointed in the least.

Where else are you going to find your own personal real estate investment coach” Budget Windscreens.

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