Thursday, August 20, 2015

Freedom Mentor Review ~ How to be a Real Estate Investor

* I received a copy of this book free of charge to facilitate the review. This post was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media and all views and opinions expressed above are my own.


I'm a big fan of television shoes such as Flip or Flop, Flip this House and Flipping Out and love watching how they find these homes, renovate them and then sell them with a huge profit. Amazing! Although I would love to do that too, I've never had the confidence that I would know what to do or have what it takes to make it happen for me.

I recently received a book for review titled, How To Be A Real Estate Investor by Phil Punstejovsky. The author actually gives your the steps to start your own real estate venture with little or no money. Yes, that's right! He also uses language that anyone can comprehend, you don't have to be a licensed real estate agent to understand the process...the book is very user friendly. 

Phil Punstejovsky reviews real world examples, provides quotes and testimony from real people so that the reader can have a good understanding of how it works and what steps to take so that your dream of investing in real estate can happen. He doesn't suggest that in order to invest you must be underhanded or unethical at all ~ just the opposite. He advises to be moral, ethical and to always do things within the law. By following that advice, an investor is more likely to be successful.

Do you dream of being a real estate investor or flipping houses for profit? If so, reading this book would give you the start you need to become self-sufficient and successful. Whether you are looking for "fast cash" or long-term wealth, this book is a great place to start. I've gotten some good ideas and things to definitely think about regarding my future. 

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