Multi-Family Millions: How Anyone Can Reposition Apartments for Big Profits
Discover why apartment houses are the best investment in today's real estate market. The key to making big profits in real estate is to go against the traditional wisdom. When the masses are buying, it's often time to sell. When everyone is selling, there are huge bargains to be found. In Multi-Family Millions, contrarian real estate investor Dave Lindahl shows you how to read the market cycle, and explains why now is a great time to get started investing in apartment houseseven if it's your first time investing in real estate and you have no money for a down payment. With a simple two- to five-unit multi-family property, or a thirty-unit apartment building, you can implement the same strategies Lindahl used in over 500 deals to build his own real estate fortune:.:. ;. How to reposition a multi-family property for maximum profit. ;. Where to get the money for your first deal. ;. How to own an apartment house and never deal with tenants. ;. Ten bad mistakes rehabbers make. ;. Three proven principles for attracting great deals on multi-family properties. ;. When and how to resell for huge profits. Conventional wisdom says real estate investors should start with single-family houses. Discover why it's easier and much more profitable to invest in multi-families!.
Good Information Lacks Details on Important Things
By Mike Ashby - March 25, 2013
It's a good book for entry level/general information. Lindahl even provides a lot of high level personal experience which is helpful to reference from. Having said that, this book is really just a stepping stone into the David Lindahl school of buying his products. I say this because there is not much information in the book that you can't find online though the fact that Lindahl has consolidated it all and even tried to validate it through his own experiences, the information remains nothing new or earth shattering. This isn't a book that will get you into apartments it merely sets you down the right direction and yes you can perhaps get involved in apartment investing without any further education from Lindahl but there are definite questions that have to be answered that are not in this book; questions I believe he intentionally left out to entice the readers to up their investment and purchase one of his home study kits or attend one of his live seminars, which he... read more
By Ryan Hamaker - November 10, 2010
I read this book cover to cover in one weekend and took notes along the way. If you are a novice investor, Mr Lindahl gives you some excellent information about investing in apartment buildings. Having said that, it is also apparent that Mr Lindahl has taken some significant risks in building his portfolio, both with his own money and with other people's money. Many of the examples he gives would take some serious cash because his deals make their greatest gain thorough what he calls repositioning. But even if you aren't up for repositioning, the book gives some great direction to the practical steps in real estate investing that must be taken so you don't get railroaded into a bad deal on your first property.
Very practical and thorough
By Mohamed Frihi - February 28, 2010
I was quite impressed about the variety of information Dave has included, he basically guides you through all the steps you need to know to go out and make deals. I had his famous Multifamily riches set with CDs and books, it costs hundreds of dollars in the market but i find all the information you need is already in this book. He even says that you are able to make successful investments after reading and understanding the topics here. Thumbs up to Dave for squeezing up his years of experience into such a book ...a wealth of information essential for multifamily REIs.
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