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Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur: What It Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial Real Estate: What it Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial Real Estate
     

Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur: What It Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial Real Estate: What it Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial Real Estate

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A front row seat into the world of high-stakes commercial real estate investing

“A must-read book … one of the best real estate investment books I have ever read. On my scale of 1 to 10, this unique book rates an off-the-charts 12.” ---Robert Bruss

Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur is for the

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A front row seat into the world of high-stakes commercial real estate investing

“A must-read book … one of the best real estate investment books I have ever read. On my scale of 1 to 10, this unique book rates an off-the-charts 12.” ---Robert Bruss

Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur is for the individual who is ready to get serious about investing. Not a rah-rah or get-rich-quick book, this book is for someone who is prepared to think about what he or she wants to accomplish. James Randel provides the how and why.

James Randel has been a successful investor and educator for 25 years. He teaches investing through stories and anecdotes – bringing to the limelight not just his successes (and there are some amazing stories of these) but also his mistakes. His candor is instructive and entertaining.

It is said that “those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach.” James Randel is a rare exception as he is both a highly successful investor as well as an excellent teacher. As said by Jeff Dunne, Vice Chairman of the largest real estate company in the world, CB Richard Ellis:

“I’ve tracked Jimmy’s incredible run of successful real estate investments for 20 years and more recently invested very profitably with him. His new book is a must read for anyone interested in real estate investing.”

If you are tired of the “same old, same old” and prepared to play in the big leagues, this book is calling your name.

Editorial Reviews

San Francisco Chronicle. - Robert J. Bruss

One of Robert Bruss'Top 10 Real Estate Books of 2006

“This book's theme is 'add value' to real estate, whether you invest in raw land, houses, run-down factory buildings with rezoning potential, or fixer-upper apartments and offices. The self-deprecating author shares his mistakes and his successes, along with his advice to invest with as little of your own cash as possible so profits can be maximized.”

San Francisco Chronicle
One of Robert Bruss'Top 10 Real Estate Books of 2006

“This book's theme is 'add value' to real estate, whether you invest in raw land, houses, run-down factory buildings with rezoning potential, or fixer-upper apartments and offices. The self-deprecating author shares his mistakes and his successes, along with his advice to invest with as little of your own cash as possible so profits can be maximized.”

— Bruss, Robert J.

San Francisco Chronicle.

One of Robert Bruss'Top 10 Real Estate Books of 2006

“This book's theme is 'add value' to real estate, whether you invest in raw land, houses, run-down factory buildings with rezoning potential, or fixer-upper apartments and offices. The self-deprecating author shares his mistakes and his successes, along with his advice to invest with as little of your own cash as possible so profits can be maximized.”

— Bruss, Robert J.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071621168
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
07/17/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,212,965
File size:
640 KB

Meet the Author

James Randel is a real estate attorney, broker, and investor with more than 25 years of experience investin in both in commercial and residential real estate. He has been a featured commentator on television and has spoken at national real estate conferences around the United States.

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Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur: What It Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial Real Estate: What it Takes to Win in High-Stakes Commercial 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jim Randel wrote this book in a very readable format, which was not only informative, but interesting too. The reader leaves with a real sense that value in real estate is created, not necessarily just purchased. Real good book, one that i would recommend to my friends and family.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Exactly what I was looking for. Gave great insight into the profession.