Amass more than $900,000 in properties in one year, without using any of your own money, or that of your investors.
Real estate investing can be an excellent way to build wealth. With its advantages of cash flow, appreciation, tax benefits, equity buildup and leveraging, real estate may be the only vehicle that can carry the average person to retirement wealth.
Real estate investor, attorney, and author Larry Loftis has developed a safe, easy, and lucrative way for new investors to get into the game, and for experienced ones to enhance their portfolios. In Investing in Duplexes, Triplexes and Quads: The Fastest and Safest Way to Real Estate Wealth, he draws on both his real estate investing experience and legal acumen to explore advantages you may not have considered about residential multifamily properties of two to four units.
Learn how to:
•Buy duplexes, triplexes and quads with no money down, AND get cash back at closing.
•Eliminate risk, and guarantee that your mortgage payments are always covered.
•Use “cash-out” from refinancing to purchase more properties.
•Decide whether to buy and hold or “pyramid” to a large apartment complex.
•Use inflation, tax laws, and rehab to build a massive retirement nest-egg.

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3 Responses to “Investing in Duplexes, Triplexes, and Quads: The Fastest and Safest Way to Real Estate Wealth”

  1. C. C. Fairbanks December 18, 2015 at 2:14 am #

    Good book but could be more balanced This book is well written and a quick read with a fair amount of repetitiveness. The author details his experience with rental properties primarily in an era of extreme appreciation of which he bases most of his theory on. I don’t believe it is realistic to expect properties to increase at the rapid rate that he suggests which is the premise behind one of the plans he outlines which is to quickly refinance and purchase properties. Keep in mind that he is located in southern Florida which was…

  2. Tart Green Apple December 18, 2015 at 2:39 am #

    Decent investment book, but overly optimistic The basic investing information in this book is solid, the problem is that the plan for gaining wealth is overly optimistic for many areas of the United States. Larry bases his wealth building plan on very fortunate appreciation that he experienced on his first investment property. Then as the plan is taught you refinance that first property after one year and use that money to buy another property. In Orlando, FL (where Larry bought his property) around that time the appreciation was 25%, but…

  3. JDC December 18, 2015 at 2:53 am #

    Better than I ever expected Instead of delivering a few nuggets of information, this book delivers the gold mine. It’s written so well that page after page, chapter after chapter, it delivers just the right information at just the right time. I couldn’t put it down and read through it in just 3 evenings after work (I can’t believe I’m saying that about a real estate investment book).The author gets right to the point and gives you the facts about what works and what doesn’t work for investing in real estate…

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