They’re typically over-leveraged. They don’t understand the tax implications of their purchases. They make emotional decisions. But worst of all, they don’t have a strategy guiding their investment efforts.
Therefore, they pay a lot more taxes than they need to!
Then there’s the second type of investor…The Strategic Investor.
Warren Buffet is a good example of this. He’s not out impulsively buying assets. He’s calm, calculated and deliberate about how he invests.
And so are many other lesser known investors. They may not be billionaires like Buffet but they are multi-millionaires.
They’re folks like my friend Kathleen Kramer. She turned $52,000 into $4.5 million in 7 years by strategically investing in rentals (she shares her strategy in Bonus #1, How To Retire With Rental Real Estate WITHOUT Overpaying Uncle Sam).
Strategic Investors approach real estate with a totally different mindset. They research. They do their due diligence. But they also surround themselves with professionals who they consult before buying a piece of property.
And they are always learning and growing. They stay up to date on the latest tax laws, strategies and opportunities. And they are the ones who will get the most out of The Ultimate Guide to Real Estate Tax Strategies.
So if you want to become a Strategic Real Estate Investor then you’re in the right place! Keep reading to see just some of the many things you’ll get for your investment of just $97…