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From 0 to Financial Freedom: How To Do It Today! Paperback – 7 December 2012
What does financial freedom mean to you? Not having to work? Being able to afford life’s luxuries without worrying about the cost? Financial security? Perhaps supporting the needy or disadvantaged? Well, if you believe and follow the conventional approach to investing then forget it! It’s unlikely you’ll ever be financially free because the way most people approach investing results in seven out of ten retirees ending up needing the age pension – a mere 25% of average weekly earnings – to survive.
You need a different approach, and in this book expert property investor Steve McKnight reveals how to start from scratch in today's property market.
Inside you'll discover:
- Steve's exciting new two-part system for retiring richer, and sooner
- Which properties make the best growth and income investments
- What strategies are best for you, and why
- How to buy more properties without working harder in your job
- And much, much more
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About the Author
Steve McKnight is Australia's #1 best-selling property author, and premier expert on positive cashflow real estate investing.
- Publisher : Wiley; 1st edition (7 December 2012)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 104 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1118597419
- ISBN-13 : 978-1118597415
- Dimensions : 13.79 x 0.66 x 20.8 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 153,899 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Just consider that Steve is not investing his own money in Australia, but instead purchased the whole bunch of real estate in US.
Due to general nature of the advice and the length of the book I give it two stars overall. For most property investors I would recommend to avoid it - if you are a beginner there is not enough information and if you already own a few properties then you already know more than is said in this book.
The only sound advice that is given in this book and something that you can read here for free is to have a plan for your property. Know what your objectives are and how much money you will need to feel financially secure. Make sure that you plan is long term (5-10 years to reach objectives) and realistic.
Although it does contain some tips, I found this one less practical and inspiring than the first - and certainly it contained less content.
So, unfortunately less of a fantastic read for me this time round, but a nice update given recent financial issues world-wide.
The author distils all this experience with well over 260 property purchases and brings it down to its essence. He answers the questions that others pose. He covers motivation and means. He addresses why people fail and how to avoid that.
This is very easy to read and very easy to do.
Thanks Steve for a brilliant book.