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4.0 out of 5 starsGeneric info on topic
Reviewed in Canada on August 20, 2020
I have researched this topic so maybe I was aware of some of the books concepts. However, there is nothing game changing in this book. You can read blogs, watch videos and research to learn everything in this book.
1.0 out of 5 starsWritten Pre-2007 Housing Crash - Careful!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 5, 2021
I only realised halfway through this book that it was written in 2005 - before the housing market crashed! I wonder how many of the millionaire investors he quotes got burned after assuming house prices will continue to go up and up?
The book needs to be updated. I wonder if it hasn’t been updated because he quit real estate after the crash. A pre-2007 book on housing is useful for interest only. DONT use it as a business plan. He talks about house prices rises 1980-2002 and remortgaging as the prices increase, but never talks of the possibility of them slowing or dipping. Seriously I guarantee of lot of these investors went bankrupt. That said, the points he makes does seem logical, however I’m giving it one star as nobody should use this a a business plan!