Beginner Investors4 Amazing Real Estate Investing Books That You Should Read by Nasser Mansur December 3, 2017February 7, 2019 by Nasser Mansur December 3, 2017February 7, 2019Real estate investing books – the best source of knowledge that can turn a beginner real estate investor into an expert.While there are too many great real estate investing books out there to be included in one blog, we have compiled a list of our top 4 choices of real estate investing books that can be invaluable for any real estate investor, and beginner investors in particular.There are real estate investing books that cover all the different topics related to the business, but the list below is more focused on real estate investing books that can add greater value to investors who own or are interested in purchasing a rental property in particular.So, without further ado, here is our list of the top 4 real estate investing books that we recommend every real estate investor to read.Every Landlord’s Legal GuideBy Marcia Stewart, Ralph Warner, and Janel PortmanThis book is invaluable for any real estate investor looking to purchase a rental property and become a landlord. The book covers some of the hottest topics related to being a landlord and delves deeply into the legal aspects and issues that every landlord might face when running a rental property.Every Landlord’s Legal Guide covers multiple topics related to:Property managementLegal issues and disputesWriting leasesTenant eviction processWhether you are hiring a lawyer to stick with you during the different legal processes related to rental properties, or you’re a standalone landlord who prefers to carry out evictions on your own, the book will give you great insights on both options as it guides the reader through the process of hiring a lawyer and doing legal research, as well as solving disputes with your tenant without a lawyer.Additionally, the book covers some topics and legal aspects that might not occur to landlords who are just starting out with their business, such as the potential landlord liabilities and how to address them, or delegating responsibilities related to the rental property to the tenants in a legal manner.Finally, the book also brings up state-by-state charts on landlord-tenant laws highlighting the differences and similarities between different states.Also, read Real Estate for Beginners – The Advice You’ll NeedWhat Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash FlowBy Frank GallinelliIf you’re looking for good picks of real estate investing books, this book is a great source of information for people looking to learn about the financial aspects of an investment property. Frank Gallinelli’s book is a great delight for people who love numbers and people who are trying to understand them.The book covers topics mainly related to:Financing an investment propertyThe basics of analyzing a deal37 calculations that every real estate investor needs to knowThe use of math in real estate investingThe multiple methods used to calculate the return on a real estate investmentWhile this book comes as a recommendation for any real estate investor who wants to learn about the different numbers, metrics, and methods of calculating the returns of a real estate investment, many investors might get overwhelmed by the amount of information and new concepts introduced in this book.For beginner investors, and people who don’t get along well with numbers in general, we would recommend reading through this book and taking away the simpler concepts to use in their investments, as trying to use all of them in the early stages of your investment might lead to the infamous analysis paralysis.However, this book should always be kept on your bookshelf, and you should always use it as a reference and to learn new methods for analyzing an investment. It’s a must for any real estate investor out there.Looking to learn more about real estate investing? Read this blog – Real Estate Investing: Expert Advice for Beginner InvestorsThe Book on Investing in Real Estate With No (and Low) Money DownBy Brandon TurnerThe CoHost of the BiggerPockets real estate podcast, Brandon Turner has numerous successful real estate investing books, and you will always find at least one of his books on every list of top books related to real estate.This book, in particular, can be a life-changing read for both real estate enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts, and it could convert a person with no interest in real estate into a hardcore real estate investor with its comprehensive and detailed coverage of the different and unconventional methods of financing a real estate investment.Putting his experience into words, Brandon Turner covers topics related to:Financing an investment propertyAnalyzing a dealThe use of non-traditional methods for financing a purchaseInvesting with an owner-occupied propertyThe best part about this book is that the methods mentioned in it have all been used and tested by no other than the writer himself.When Brandon writes, he writes out of an experience, and he urges people to follow his steps in order to find traditional success in real estate investing using non-traditional methods.While this book might not be of great value for people who already have a number of investment properties, it is a great pick for people who are still in the phase of figuring out their finances and are interested in getting into the real estate business but do not have sufficient funds to get started.The Book on Rental Property InvestingBy Brandon TurnerAnother real estate investing book by Brandon Turner, which comes as no surprise considering the amount of experience and knowledge that Turner has accumulated throughout the years, even at his young age.If you’re interested in investing in a rental property, then this book is a diamond carved in perfect form for you.The book talks about the different aspects related to rental properties such as:Cash flow and what to expect from itAcquiring your first rental propertyThe different strategies for managing your rental propertyThe common mistakes that landlords makeThis book should be used as a guide by any real estate investor who owns or runs a rental property, as it will allow you to avoid many common mistakes that landlords typically make, and will enable you to maximize your cash flow without risking the wellbeing of your investment.Want to know how to learn real estate investing on your own?Closing ThoughtsThe beauty of the real estate market is the amount of information and advice that you can acquire from the different sources, and especially from the hundreds of books that exist to guide you on all the different aspects related to real estate investing.If real estate investing books aren’t your thing, make sure to check out our blogs and guides on real estate investing. While our blogs might not be as comprehensive as some of the real estate investing books out there, they can definitely add a great value to your investment and provide you with free advice to get you started in real estate investing. Start Your Investment Property Search! START FREE TRIAL Start Your Investment Property Search! START FREE TRIAL Cash FlowInvestor BooksLandlordNo Money DownRenting Out 0FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestLinkedin Nasser MansurNasser is an experienced content writer with a degree in English Language and Literature. He loves writing about all aspects of the real estate investing business with focus on market and property analysis and the best sources which every real estate investor needs in order to succeed. Previous Post The Best Places to Buy a Vacation Home in Texas Next Post Learn All About Real Estate Cash Flow Analysis in One Blog Related Posts 5 Lies You’ve Heard About Becoming a Real Estate Investor Is Real Estate a Liquid Investment? 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