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Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever (Volume Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I love how it has real advice from real people, not imaginary examples that only highlight the author's creativity and nothing more. Joe even provides details of where you can get a hold of the people being interviewed, just like in the podcast itself. I also think it's fantastic how the information in the book is actionable, you can actually put things into practice straight away.
I think he has done a great job but I will mention a few caveats. There are spelling and grammatical errors throughout the book. I think this is a real shame because it is something that should not happen.
The only other thing I can really say is the book is very short, I understand that he is keeping to his no fluffy stuff moto but while going through the first 100 interviews of his podcast, I believe there would have been more content that could have been provided of equal calibre and been included in the book.
None-the-less I will not let either of these things keep me from giving the book a 5-star review because I really did love it. And perhaps Joe will read this short review and it will help ensure that issue two of his book (that I will also purchase when it comes out) will not have these problems.
End of the day I am very happy to have come across Joe's blog and writing and am thankful he is doing what he is doing.
First, the technical aspect of reading this book - quick and simple:
Chapters are organized well, lending the opportunity to gain your bearings relative to any reader's level of experience. I did not seem to come across generic "how to" statements or "filler" material that I have seen recently in other books and articles causing me to skip segments in search of the valuable dirt. Actually, this is a refreshing quality coming at a time I have grown tired of reading uninteresting "background" or "pre-story" setups only to skip through until the payoff. This book is a payoff from the get-go.
Now, the personal impression:
I absolutely love the "case study" content. I admittedly concede that I have not been in several of the situations noted in this book, but I still found I can relate to the troubleshooting-type scenarios many of the subjects have come across. For example, I can relate the process of purchasing my own home to the process of acquiring a multi-family complex...there are common "unknowns" addressed in this book that give me (or the reader) comforting and relate-able insight through real trial-and-error experiences from various skill-leveled entrepreneurs.
I should note; I live in the currently thriving DFW metroplex where real estate is at an unprecedented peak in the private and commercial market. Between Joe's podcasts and the essentials of this book, I am left with an additional sense of confidence and insight perhaps others in my area may not have experienced - giving me the upper-hand in a competitive setting.