How a Dirt-Poor Landscaper Crackedthe Code to Emerging Market Real Estate Investing—and Built a Financial Empire
While many real estate markets have cooled off, there are major hot spots throughout the country that are booming due to population growth and urban expansion. These emerging markets are where the next wave of big-time real estate profits will be found. In Emerging Real Estate Markets, David Lindahl shows you how to find these markets, get started investing with little of your own cash, and maximize your profits.
The key lies in knowing how real estate markets cycle through ups and downs. If you know what to look for, you can tell when a market is about to heat up. Invest at the right time in the right place, and your profits will be dramatic. Does that sound too good to be true? It’s not. The tactics you’ll read here helped Lindahl, a landscaper when he started investing in real estate, to build a real estate empire!
Even if your market isn’t currently heating up, Lindahl will show you long-distance “hands-off” strategies for finding and investing in other markets that are. He also provides practical strategies for investing in markets in any stage of the cycle so you can invest no matter where you are or where your market is.
It’s Saturday and that means it’s time for Burbed’s book club (or, “Click this link and buy stuff from Amazon” Day).
Let’s face it, with the current credit crisis it may be hard for landscaper to invest in real estate in the emerging market known as the Bay Area.
That’s right… the Bay Area. Obviously, not the Real Bay Area – that’s emerged, and is very proud. But let’s look at the hidden gems like Gilroy, Morgan Hill, and East San Jose. I think there’s a lot of opportunities there and maybe you can use the techniques from this book to prove that they are.
Lindahl was a landscaper when he started. And now he’s awesome. You can be too!