Written specifically for real estate professionals, Attack the Market: Invest!
shows you precisely what to do from Getting Ready To Buy to Picking The Right Property, Finance, Negotiating, Managing Properties and Selling (or exchanging) your investments. Two case studies show you what to do to make money, as Mike Merin has done with real estate investing for over 20 years, as well as how to avoid Mike’s investment mistakes.
But Attack the Market: Invest!
isn’t just for your investing needs alone. This book will exceed your expectations as you learn how to create your own net worth statement and investment action plan.
This one book is all you need:
to identify your financial needs (e.g., children’s college costs, retirement),
to note your personal dreams (a second home, traveling, charity work),
to invest successfully so you will have both the money you need and
the money you want to make your dreams come true.
Buy this book knowing it’s easy to use. You can read it from cover to cover, but it’s designed for the busy professional whose time is money. “How To Read This Book” suggestions and a detailed topic index help you learn exactly what you need to know when you are ready to use the information.
Agents across the country have picked a specialty (negotiating, finance, pricing or technology) and mastered it to serve buyers and sellers effectively with Mike’s first book, Attack The Market: Specialize in Negotiating, Finance, Pricing or Technology
. But why just use your skills for others? Help yourself with these skills by investing in the markets you know best.
Additonal products from Mike Merin available from NAR include:
-Attack the Market! Specialize in Negotiating, Finance, Pricing or Technology
About the Author:
Mike Merin has presented seminars at state conventions and for individual brokers on investing, negotiating and financing residential real estate. He has earned the CRB, CRS and GRI designations and e-PRO certification. Mike teaches the ABR and GRI designation courses in many states and has written and taught many continuing education courses.Back to Top