Investing in Duplexes, Triplexes, and Quads: The Fastest and Safest Way to Real Estate Wealth

August 8, 2019 - Comment

Amass more than $900,000 in properties in one year, without using any of your own money, or that of your investors. Real estate investing can be an excellent way to build wealth. With its advantages of cash flow, appreciation, tax benefits, equity buildup and leveraging, real estate may be the only vehicle that can carry

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Amass more than $900,000 in properties in one year, without using any of your own money, or that of your investors.
Real estate investing can be an excellent way to build wealth. With its advantages of cash flow, appreciation, tax benefits, equity buildup and leveraging, real estate may be the only vehicle that can carry the average person to retirement wealth.
Real estate investor, attorney, and author Larry Loftis has developed a safe, easy, and lucrative way for new investors to get into the game, and for experienced ones to enhance their portfolios. In Investing in Duplexes, Triplexes and Quads: The Fastest and Safest Way to Real Estate Wealth, he draws on both his real estate investing experience and legal acumen to explore advantages you may not have considered about residential multifamily properties of two to four units.
Learn how to:
•Buy duplexes, triplexes and quads with no money down, AND get cash back at closing.
•Eliminate risk, and guarantee that your mortgage payments are always covered.
•Use “cash-out” from refinancing to purchase more properties.
•Decide whether to buy and hold or “pyramid” to a large apartment complex.
•Use inflation, tax laws, and rehab to build a massive retirement nest-egg.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Foolish Advise Tread Carefully Larry, based his book on a well timed investment. He then over financed the unit and has been in foreclosure for 4 plus years.Living nearby, I drove by. If he can write a book on investing anyone can. Having been a landlord and landlord tenant attorneyfor 20 years this is a cut throat business with little room for error. If you purchase a rental property you need a cash on cash return of 15% or better, financed or cash purchase. Betting on continued appreciation is for fools…

Anonymous says:

Pass on this… The book really takes a cheesy way of just telling readers, “you can do it!” and “you’ll become rich!” meanwhile being short on substance. The author’s information is also thoroughly outdated based on the lending requirements required after the great recession and 2018’s new tax bill.

Anonymous says:

Great book. It was written when housing appreciation would … Great book. It was written when housing appreciation would multiply year over year and market volatility wasn’t as it is now, but the principals are good. There is nothing really creative about this book so I would recommend reading other books on multi-family investing as well. Regardless, you will learn a lot.I didn’t like how he stated CAP rates are universal. This is something you will need to research in your own city to see what is acceptable. Great for beginners but you must build…

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