Really Amazed With This Item – Miami Real Estate Book Review

by Logan Bryant on January 14, 2012

I would recommend this book to anyone who seriously wants to invest in foreclosures unless of course, you invest near where I do. I have read several books on buying pre-foreclosure properties, and this is the best so far. He delivers the vast amount of information impeccably in honest manner. One of the most important things I found with this book is the emphasis on how to handle every step of buying these properties in the most diligent manner to ensure a safe and sound investment.

It’s a great book to include in your real estate bookcase. After reading this book, I felt like I had a better grasp about foreclosures and the real estate market as a whole. He gives you everything you need to get started. Thomas Lucier has written a superb guide on how to buy properties in foreclosure. 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. I just bought his Options book and think that 2005 will be a very good year for me in the real estate business. I am on the right track now. Tom clearly tells the truth. This is a fantastic opportunity if you follow Tom’s instructions and advice. It is simply excellent. This book was an absolutely great read. Foreclosures in this country are going to be a serious issue in the next few years. And it will be no one’s fault but the lenders who took on the added risk of investing in too many questionable loans, and the borrowers who had no idea what they were getting into.

If you are serious about this business, this would be the book to purchase. It is filled with many tips that would help both novices and experts.

With Thomas Lucier I get the feeling he really wants me to be empowered to win. The man has integrity oozing out of his pores.

This is the fourth book on foreclosures that I have read in the last two weeks and it is by far the best. The author says less than 10% of the people reading this book will ever buy a foreclosure property. The author explains why buying from the auction may not be the best approach and can easily lead to overpaying for a property. The author provides a pragmatic step-by-step game plan to succeeding in this business.

This is an excellent book by Thomas as he thoroughly takes you through the process of purchasing an investment property. He provides a wealth of resources on nearly every aspect of investing by listing websites and addresses. Yes, prepping a property is essential, but there are also several factors. After reading several books on real estate investing, I’ve found this one to be the most useful and easy to understand.

He makes the steps to the investment process clear to understand and follow. WINDSCREEN COMPANY.

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