The Pizza Delivery Millionaire: A Layman's Guide to Becoming Financially Free in Real Estate

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Morgan James Publishing, Feb 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 133 pages
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The Pizza Delivery Millionaire: A Layman's Guide To Becoming Financially Free In Real Estate is the essential real estate investor's portal into the fast growing world of real estate investing. In this engrossing story, a fictional pizza delivery driver sets out to find millionaires in his hometown and prepares to duplicate their actions and behaviors in an effort to create a career for his future. After finding out that one of his customers has become financially free by investing in real estate, Ryan Reynolds is determined to learn all he can from this mentor before the end of the summer. This entertaining story is an engaging metaphor with an appealing message that anyone can become financially free investing in real estate. This story offers wisdom that is easy to grasp and instantly applicable in today's growing real estate industry.

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Great book and recommended for anyone. I would like to say especially for beginners but I think even those investing for a while will find it useful. I love the use of the Pizza Delivery man as a metaphor. Mr. Vazquez does a great job of making use of this to actually TEACH readers about real estate. This is a much more effective way of teaching as states "Analogies and metaphors aid students’ in relating an unfamiliar concept to one that may be more recognizable, improving their understanding and increasing retention." His website also does a great job of introducing the book: www. pizzadelivermillionaire . com. 



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Rick Vazquez is currently a Business Operations Manger for International Business Machines Corporation, in Piscataway, New Jersey. Rick has over 20 years of business experience in dealing with customers, executives and business partners. In 2003, Rick started investing in residential real estate part time, and has quickly built an impressive real estate investment portfolio. He has bought and sold over fourteen properties in that time frame totaling over $3.1 million dollars. He currently owns eight rental properties and continues to actively prospect for additional real estate assets to add to his portfolio. Rick is a passionate individual who possesses a high energy level and enthusiasm in all aspects of his life. Whether writing, looking for properties, or driving IBM's business, Rick is constantly looking to create win/win situations for all parties involved. Rick is a native of New Jersey, and when he isn't writing or working, he enjoys spending time with his loving wife and their two children Jordan and Ryan in their home in Central Jersey.

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