How to accumulate property - using little or none of your own money If you want to retire early, or you're trying to accumulate as much wealth as possible, then get ready for a rocket ride because this book explains how to do it using little or none of your own money. How to Achieve Wealth for Life is the third book in the Road to Wealth Series by tony Melvin and Ed Chan. Here, tony and Ed show you how to invest in property - and how to create a strategy for self-sustaining wealth creation. their simple accessible guide will change the way you look at property and finance forever. to prove it can be done by anyone, tony and Ed provide inspiring real life stories which will move you to action. Here's a taste of what's inside ... .Common myths about investing. .Why you should never pay off your home loan. .Why the size of your assets matters. .Why rental returns are not important. .How to survive rising interest rates. .A real answer to the nonsense argument of property versus shares. .How to use your equity to fund your lifestyle. .Why it's never too late to start, with inspiring real life examples.
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|Size: ||3.8 MB|
|Date published: || 2010|
|ISBN: ||9780730492429 (DRM-EPUB)|
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