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How to Invest in Condominiums: The Low-Risk Option for Long-Term Cash Flow

by Andris Virsnieks

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471151505, Paperback)

A simple proven method for improving cash flow so you can live rent-free and retire early

How to Invest in Condominiums provides a simple, low-risk blueprint for building cash flow by buying and renting out condominiums. You can provide for your retirement or improve your monthly income by investing in income-producing real estate at a very low risk to the capital you invest. Unlike stocks and bonds, real estate is immune to inflation and a fluctuating stock market and also provides some shelter from taxes-and the return on investment typically exceeds that of the average Wall Street investor!

The author includes a plan for getting started and a detailed record of his investments that shows how he grew a considerable cash flow-with only a small commitment of time and effort. This straightforward, realistic guide will help you:
* Use this method to establish long-term cash flow
* Avoid owning a money-losing rental unit
* Use professional property management to save time and money
* Avoid "fixer-uppers" v Keep your long-run effort minimal
* Live rent-free and retire early!


How to Invest in Condominiums is a reliable and realistic way to supplement your income. There are no gimmicks and no strings attached and this is not a get-rich-quick scheme. It's a long-term plan that will help you meet-and surpass-your long-term goals.

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