Retire on Real Estate: Building Rental Income for a Safe and Secure Retirement

K Anderson (Author)
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Description

With pensions slashed, savings slim, and Social Security insufficient and unpredictable, most people won't have nearly enough money to last them through their retirement years. But seasoned real estate investor and landlord K. Kai Anderson says that real estate is an investment that anyone can dive into in order to fund their retirement . . . lucratively Retire on Real Estate begins by exposing the cracks in most retirement portfolios, then opens readers' eyes to the benefits of rental income. Not leaving anything to question, the all-encompassing guide also lays out a complete plan of action, including how to: - Get started--by either purchasing property or converting your residence into a rental- Reduce the risk of vacancies, repairs, and problem tenants- Spot smart investments- Choose the right mortgage, or even out-of-the-box financing options- Trade up to more profitable properties- And more Don't wager your retirement on Social Security, dividends, and unpredictable bull markets. Real estate is an investment that will always pay off--if done correctly.

Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.35
Publisher
Amacom
Publish Date
September 14, 2017
Pages
272
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.8 X 8.9 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780814438978

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About the Author

K. KAI ANDERSON, PH.D. is an experienced real estate investor and landlord. She has secured her retirement through rental properties and is on a mission to help others do the same. She is a graduate of the Investors United(TM) School of Real Estate Investing and holds advanced degrees from Johns Hopkins University.

Reviews

"A scary read...the money we think we will have to enjoy in our later years isn't going to be there or isn't enough..." --Cleveland Plain Dealer
..".fresh take on a source of income in the retirement years, for which some investors may find appealing beyond the standard Wall Street-only dependency." -Real Estate Lit