Multi-Family Millions: How Anyone Can Reposition Apartments for Big Profits

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Wiley, Jul 25, 2008 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Multi-Family Millions offers expert advice for investors who want to make the transition from single-family homes to more profitable multi-family units. Successful real estate investor David Lindahl shows you how to find troubled properties that are ripe for quick profits, how to fix or flip those properties, and how to re-sell at maximum value. With a proven step-by-step system for managing each stage of the process, this book shows you how to get started in moneymaking multi-family units?even while you work your day job.

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Review: Multi-Family Millions: How to Flip and Reposition Small Apartment Buildings for Maximum Profit in Minimum Time

User Review  - Roc Pilon - Goodreads

Interesting perspective on buying multi family homes. Ready to close on this first one and apply the knowledge for another. Lets gooo! Read full review

Review: Multi-Family Millions: How to Flip and Reposition Small Apartment Buildings for Maximum Profit in Minimum Time

User Review  - Doug Taber - Goodreads

I chose this book not by title, but because it received such high reviews for a book in this particual micro niche of the real estate industry. This book had some solid fundamentals and great examples ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

David Lindahl is an accomplished real estate investor who has been involved in more than 500 deals and controls more than $140 million in real estate. He is principal owner of The Lindahl Group, a real estate investment company that acquires properties in emerging markets across the nation. He operates RE Mentor (www.rementor.com), a publishing and seminar company that shows investors how to profit from all forms of real estate investing. He is also a popular speaker and expert at real estate investment clubs, conventions, and seminars throughout the country. For more information, please visit www.multifamilymillions.com.

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