Recommended Real Estate Investing BooksCash Flow for Life is your guide to real estate investing success. Learn how to buy a property, rent it out, and take checks to the bank! Knowing what renovations to undertake and how to do them will ensure that your money is well spent on renovations that will last the lifetime of the property, and ensure that your tenants want to stay. From Renos to Riches is designed to help you grow the value of your portfolio of properties by increasing cash flow through strategic renovations, decreasing expenses by saving money on maintenance by getting the job right the first time, reducing energy usage, and fostering a good and lasting relationship with your tenants. Just like every other business venture, to be successful you need to understand the potential pitfalls as well as the possible profits before diving in, and Fix and Flip: The Canadian How-To Guide for Buying, Renovating and Selling Property for Fast Profit is designed to help you do just that. And laugh your socks off, too! I thoroughly enjoyed this book!
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Last Updated on May 1, But, like any other investment, real estate investing also has the potential to lose your investment. Knowledge is power, after all. The more you know about real estate investing before you get started, the greater success you will have. That is where this collection of the best real estate investment books comes into play. There are hundreds of books on how to buy investment properties. Some are good, some are of dubious quality, and some give downright bad advice.
There is a lot to be learned from the US books, but some books include very specific US tax and legal information that can be a waste of time for investors who plan to stick to Canadian real estate investing. Thanks for the Canadian recommendations. Much appreciated. Both the first and second book look appealing to me however I noticed they are from and respectively. Living in Vancouver, much has changed since then. Do you still recommend these books, although they may be outdated for our current market?