The Savvy Landlord: A Common Sense Approach To Real Estate Investing

The Savvy Landlord: A Common Sense Approach To Real Estate Investing


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The Savvy Landlord is a simple, powerful guide to creating freedom. If you're wondering what to do with your life or need motivation to build wealth, this inspiring, true story about one man's journey from being homeless to owning a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio is for you. This book covers a multitude of real life issues, including how to find and buy income producing properties, how to deal with tenants, and how to manage your real estate empire.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985980504
Publisher: Savvy Landlord The
Publication date: 10/06/2012
Pages: 338
Sales rank: 794,227
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 15 Years

About the Author

Steven VanCauwenbergh was raised by his single mother in a one-bedroom apartment in New Jersey. He grew up with one simple dream. He wanted to live in a house. Steven took that dream, rolled up his sleeves, and has purchased more than 50 income producing properties since 1999. Steven attended high school in California, then moved to Oklahoma to attend college, and quickly started his first business. While creating several successful businesses, he met and married his wife Shannez' who is a constant support and strength to him. They have two children, Kennedy Grace & Maxwell James. Steven lives an energetic and abundant life thanks to the freedom his real estate investments have created. He enjoys educating and guiding others to financial freedom.

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The Savvy Landlord: A Common Sense Approach to Real Estate Investing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I ready this book when it first came out.  I am a beginner investor and the tips the author gives are invaluable.  I really like how he went from being essentially homeless to owning a multi million dollar portfolio.  I recommend reading The Savvy Landlord.