38 Years in Apartment Real Estate

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Business & Economics - 138 pages
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I quit my job at 43 to write my own paychecks and maintain and manage my rental properties.

This book describes how I started with almost nothing and reached my goal in 11 years, which was to be financially independent. I did this by investing in older style apartment buildings and stores in Seattle, Washington.

You will see many pictures of buildings I bought, how I operated, maintained, improved, and sold some. Many anecdotes and examples are presented. Also pictures of my rewards along the way. You will learn what I think "money makers" are: why, where they are, and how I bought them.

Many tips, maintenance and repair techniques are described. You will learn the same opportunities are here today in every city in the United States if you buy right. It's been my life for 38 years and it's been fun and rewarding.

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