What is the Best Book for Landlords?

Posted by Hannah Lapin on Dec 14, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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We noticed on Reddit’s r/RealEstateInvesting, that many landlords are asking about the best books for real estate investors, and we wanted to share some of our favorites. There are thousands of books out there, and Amazon even has over 150 pages of books on this topic. Needless to say, it can be extremely overwhelming to pick out the best book for landlords. However, we compiled a list of our top three favorites to get you started:

  1. Every Landlord’s Guide to Managing Property: Best Practices, From Move-In to Move-Out by Michael Boyer
    • What It’s Best For: Overall buy and hold investment strategy from purchasing your properties to end of leases
    • Why We Like It: Brought to you by Nolo, this book includes excellent tips for the legal aspects of landlording
  2. Building Wealth One House at a Time by John Schaub
    • What It’s Best For: Building a portfolio of investment properties
    • Why We Like It: This book helps you focus on optimizing your monthly cash flow so you can start expanding your portfolio of properties
  3. The Essential Handbook for Landlords by Karen Rittenhosue
    • What It’s Best For: Actionable advice for your landlord strategies
    • Why We Like It: This book is simple, straight-forward and serves as a handy guide for new investors

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