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Rich Dad's Advisors: Real Estate Riches [Paperback]

Dolf De Roos
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24 Aug 2002 Rich Dad's Advisors
Dolf De Roos realised at a young age that most of the rich made (and kept) their wealth through real estate. Armed with that knowledge he worked hard and earned money without ever receiving a pay slip or a salary from an employer. What allowed him to do it was real estate! In this book, De Roos shows why investing in property is so astoundingly simple and lucrative. Topics include: negotiations and submitting offers; increasing the value of your property; and dealing with laws, rules and regulations. De Roos opens up and gives an insider's view of his approach, attitudes, techniques and secrets in the real estate game.


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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown & Company (24 Aug 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446678643
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446678643
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15 x 1.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 291,748 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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* A CD collection (3 CD's, 3 hours) that offers a new perspective to any listener, whether new to the game or a seasoned investor, will be forced to re-think how they view real estate as a way of making money.

* Foreword by Robert T Kiyosaki.

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About the Author

Dolf DeRoos bought his first property as a student. After 8 years of study and a degree he was offered a job at USD 32,000 per annum. The week before he had concluded a property deal worth USD 35,000! He didn't take the job and has never had one since!

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The purpose if this book is not so much to give you the "how-to" of real estate-although there will be plenty of how-to-advice-but to make you sit bolt upright and exclaim: "Wow, I never realized real estate was this good!" Read the first page
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93 of 94 people found the following review helpful
Format:Paperback
I've read business and personal development books since I was around 16 (I'm 38 now - just last week). This is the most personally affecting business book I've ever read. The main reason for that is the subject - investing in property.
This is something that I've done since my mid twenties, and I have to admit I've done very well out of it. Or so I thought.
I now deeply regret all six (only six!) of those undervalued residential properties that I so carefully sniffed out and bought, waved my magic makeover wand over, and then sold on for profit. And the only part of it I regret is the fact that I SOLD them.
I will probably never sell one again.
If I had read this book then, I would be wealthier to the tune of well over a million pounds today.
(Half a million pounds of capital uplift on the properties I owned would have been absolutely guaranteed... and the rest I can only speculate. The positive cash flows on all those properties would have been used to buy loads of other properties! Who can say how many I could have added to my portfolio over that time?)
Anyway, I'm not bitter. Just better informed. I'll be carrying on investing in property for profit. I'll be doing it an ENTIRELY different way now. I'll be following Dolf's methods to the letter. Starting now.
If you are involved (or interested) in property development, buy this book.
... and good luck! (not that you'll need it)
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Taking the next step in property? 4 Jun 2003
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Well, I've been a landlord since before it became fashionable in the UK, and this is probably the best book about the subject I've ever read.
It would be easy to say that some of the advice given in the book "won't work" because of some specifics about the English and Welsh legal system, however, this would be missing the point...
... This "advisor" is intended to focus in on one part of the overall "Rich Dad" approach to financial freedom, and give more illumination on that part.
The whole approach is about concentrating on, and improving, your financial intelligence, which takes time and effort. However, reading this book will take the prospective landlord a long way.
It's well worth a read, and speaking from my personal experience as a landlord, following one piece of advice in the book returned me the price of the book 6 times over within two weeks.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The basics of property investment 3 Mar 2003
By A Customer
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If this book does nothing else it breaks down into easily understood advice about why one should invest in property, with the aid of simple arithmatic. It shows why press quoted comparisons between investments are not equal and property for the ordinary person is the vehicle for growth.
However, I feel that the actual methods of acquiring property used by the author will not work in the UK with our high property prices compared with rental values. The tax implications are not covered due to international variations, but will bite if you've borrowed too much to purchase a property with no reserves. If you're in the UK and thinking of investing in property this book should be read in conjuction with "How to make money from property" by Adam Walker.
A useful read and worth the money.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just may make you wealthy 7 Jan 2004
By styles
Format:Paperback
Very good book from the point of view that it makes investing in property seem very achievable for anybody. lets face it, we are all aware that a few people are making money (quite a lot of it) by buying houses and renting them out. however most people are daunted by what they THINK is involved and how difficult it will be to get started and therefore do nothing. this book will help you get started because it demonstrates that doing it is quite straightforward. Not that it makes any difference but it got me motivated to go out and buy my first rental property and guess what? i didn't need the magical 15% deposit because as the book suggested, i visited a couple of banks and they couldn't wait to give me money - the rest of you better get started because i'm planning to buy my next one soon!!!!
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 19 Nov 2001
Format:Paperback
This book exposes all the hidden goodness in real estate investment. It takes you through every logical step and proves why real estate is about the best forms of investment ever. The ideas exhibited in the book can be applicable in most developed countries in the world. the only aspect that is very difficult to represent is the Tax laws which are slightly different from country to country.
Having said that, this book has provided me with opportunities I have started to expliot. If you are someone who is considering real estate investment, this is a book you will never put down when you open the first page.
I have one thing to say to the writer:
Thank you ever so much for sharing your knowledge.
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful
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Having read all of the Rich Dad series I was a little suspect about the "advisor" series. This book, however, is right up there in standard and is well worth the money if you are considering a property investment.
While the Rich Dad series is about attitude, planning and outlook, this book is about practical thoughts on how to tactically implement one part of your Rich Dad plan. The authors' self promotion style (like Kiyosaki's) may be too American for most British folks, but the logical manner that he approaches his subject is deliberate and comprehensive.
I have used the ideas in this book for my ongoing strategic plan and also to come to decision as to my next moves (as I have just completed my third property deal in a year). Many of the suggestions (like the main causes for people needing to move quickly) I recognise from my recent experience and really help to drive increased ROE from each deal.
If you haven't read Rich Dad, Poor dad yet though, may I suggest reading them first - this book covers only one part of a overall waelth plan and without the over-riding strategic plan you would get into the detail too early and miss the big picture.
Well worth it....
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Basic and not worth the read
This is a very basic book and not really that informative or for that matter realistic, with the Author adamant that there are lots of 30-40% BMV properties to be had, which is... Read more
Published 8 months ago by A.Sud
5.0 out of 5 stars Feedback
So far I have only browsed through it. If Robert Kiyosaki endorses it there should be something useful to learn.
Published 11 months ago by john malcolm wildman
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice book
I am happy with this book. This is the one I admire. Reading is my benefit in this business. Good utility.
Published 12 months ago by Pencho Hristov
3.0 out of 5 stars Advantages of Real Estate over Stock Investing
New Zealander Dr. de Roos learned about investing in real estate while he pursued his education in electrical and electronic engineering. A few weeks before getting his Ph.D. Read more
Published on 16 July 2004 by Donald Mitchell
3.0 out of 5 stars Real Estate Investment Basics
I read the original Rich Dad, Poor Dad and had high hopes for this book. I was a little disappointed by it, though. Read more
Published on 18 Jan 2004 by The Tramper
5.0 out of 5 stars The best real estate book I have read.
I've read almost all of the books in the rich dad series ,and I have to say that this is one of my favourites. Read more
Published on 13 Mar 2002 by Hugh Jarse
3.0 out of 5 stars A basic overview of property investment.
A clearly written guide to investing in residential and commercial properties. While containing references to New Zealand, American and Australian property investments, the fact... Read more
Published on 10 Mar 2002 by nodnerb1@hotmail.com
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't get into property unless you read this book
I'll get straight to the point - if you are in property and you don't read this book then you are a fool. That's it. Read more
Published on 6 Mar 2002 by David Peers
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