Latest Phil Pustejovsky Review Details Path to Successful Real Estate Investment in Book
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
The path to financial freedom through real estate investment is often riddled with misinformation and false steps. There are a number of investment guides available that are sold on the notion that buyers will be able to turn a quick profit without much trouble at all. The advice given in these guides is frequently misleading, and for many, overly simplified. Many potential investors have been clamoring for a guide providing a clear, no nonsense approach from an author with numerous successes of their own.
Fortunately for would-be investors, the Phil Pustejovsky review on real estate investment, How to Be a Real Estate Investor, is able to deliver on all of its promises, and informs readers of the best real estate practices in a simple and straightforward manner.
The book takes a step by step approach to investing, catering to readers that may have little to no experience in real estate investment while also being useful for those that have been involved in numerous real estate closings. It also features advice that is suitable for investors that begin with a great deal of capital and for those that have nearly zero capital available to them. The wide audience the book has targeted is part of the reason for its widespread appeal.
How to Be a Real Estate Investor is written by an author in Phil Pustejovsky that has made his fair share of real estate investment deals, having been a part of over 1,000 investments. In addition, Pustejovsky has become a leader in the industry as a coach and mentor, sharing his message in his numerous capacities as a speaker, analyst and author.
Most readers appreciate the use of Pustejovsky’s real-life examples, which serve to illustrate the points that he successfully conveys. According to reviewer Phil Moulton, “I enjoyed this immensely readable book! [The author] sets out the main strategies in simple everyday language. [I] also enjoyed the author's own story in his real estate journey.”