Nothing Down for the 2000s

Using real estate as an investment to create potential income may seem like a risky strategy that works only for those who already have money. Nothing Down for the 2000s: Dynamic New Wealth Strategies in Real Estate, by Robert G. Allen, counters this notion. The sequel to his book, Nothing Down for the 90s, and a companion to his other best sellers, The One Minute Millionaire and Multiple Streams of Income, offers many helpful tips on buying and selling real estate to establish wealth.

Nothing Down for the 2000s covers a variety of approaches to start investing in real estate. It addresses topics from “overcoming the ten biggest roadblocks to your success” to “tapping the equity in your home.” It also helps you deal with “Fear: the ugliest four-letter word.” The book also covers the technical issues involved in creating a real estate fortune, such as how to obtain short-term funds and effectively negotiate for the price you want to pay.

Robert G. Allen is the author of several best-selling books. He frequently appears on national television to discuss his books and methods for creating wealth. Allen holds a Masters in Business Administration from Brigham Young University and regularly holds public speaking engagements. His book, Nothing Down for the 2000s: Dynamic New Wealth Strategies in Real Estate, is an ideal tool for anyone thinking of real estate investing.

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