Interested in getting into Real Estate? Start with Our Summer Reading List
With most Americans spending more time at home this summer, you may have some extra time to brush up on your real estate investing knowledge. These books are aligned with iintoo’s active approach to managing real estate investments and we hope you find them informative and enjoyable. Happy reading!
Skip the Flip seeks to debunk some common myths about real estate investing and offers simplified, actionable advice on how to start investing responsibly and effectively. The book is a short, concise read full of actionable information, making it a great starting point for new investors, and is currently free on Kindle as of this article’s publish date.
Written and created by Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro, Wheelbarrow Profits outlines the systematic step-by-step approach the authors took to their financial independence through multifamily real estate investing. Both seasoned industry professionals and new investors just entering the world of real estate investing can gain fresh insights on how to identify a project niche, analyze a target market, and work towards a more diversified portfolio.
Long before “BRRRR” was a viral meme referencing Jerome Powell’s manic money-printing machine, it was an acronym for David Greene’s “Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance and Repeat” real estate investing mantra. Greene’s latest book, “Long-Distance Real Estate Investing”, explores his approach through the lens of remote, out-of-state real estate investing. Greene argues that the real estate markets which have the potential to provide the highest returns aren’t necessarily where most people choose to live. From there, he shows investors how to invest where it makes sense while living where they want.
James Kandasamy’s book focuses on investors who don’t have the time or energy to actively lead a real estate investing project, but still want to reap the benefits of this historically resilient asset class. The book dives into topics ranging from risk management and market cycles to sponsor selection and the investment process itself.