How Can the Average Person Build Wealth in Real Estate?
Books on real estate are a dime a dozen—and most focus on taking advantage of someone else’s misfortune. They frequently describe lofty methods for buying and selling properties no ordinary citizen can be successful using.
Real estate professional Dan Auito has had enough of books that waste people’s time, money, and effort, and sap their will to believe in their abilities. So he has written “Magic Bullets in Real Estate: Your Guide to Understanding and Using Real Estate to Your Best Advantage,” which reveals how every person can live a life of prosperity and security. It describes in detail a concrete plan to find, negotiate, contract, buy, sell, rehabilitate, and flip properties—as well as manage tenants, taxes and tradesmen.
“The book gives strategies on how to zero in on specific real estate,” explained Auito, who has bought, sold and rented many properties over the last fourteen years. “It gives practical, affordable steps for achieving results—without paying commissions or management fees.”
This common sense, enthusiastic guide dispels the myth that investors need agents and managers to work on their behalf. It describes how to use mentors, appraisers, real estate attorneys, title companies, lenders and a supportive group of educated parties to inform, educate, guide and encourage. Auito said that by reading about what has worked for him and seeing how it has worked, individuals can save vast amounts of money and frustration.
“I don’t want to waste people’s time with philosophical tales of how I or someone else made it in real estate,” Auito said. “I want to give people the real facts so they have a clear understanding of how things are done.”
Money and finance play a critical role in real estate and this invaluable resource offers insight into the many financing alternatives available. The author describes insider tricks of the trade for first-time buyer strategies, long-term investment planning, negotiation basics, lending guidelines, networking principles and more.
There is even a road map for dealing with setbacks along with the way. Problems, Auito explains, are only temporary.
“Simply proceed and take corrective action based on what caused the failure. Action cures fear!” He emphasizes.
He encourages readers to take the bull by the horns and wrestle with the problem to the point that it can be overcome. Persistence and perseverance are key.
Auito promises that readers will be able to set their real estate goals and achieve them after reading this book. “I even offer a money-back guarantee,” he said. “People have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain.”
*Magic Bullets in Real Estate* is available online at: www.magicbullets.com/home.php & can be purchased in bookstores or by sending $19.95 (plus $4.95 shipping and handling) to BookMasters Inc., 30 Amberwood Parkway, Ashland, OH 44805. Call credit card orders to 1-800-247-6553; fax 419-281-6883.
By Dan Auito, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.magicbullets.com/home.php. Dan has been a real estate investor for the past fifteen years & has bought, sold, and rented seventeen properties to date, totaling more than $1.3 million - all on a blue-collar salary before the age of forty.