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Escrow Publishing, in association with Amazon.com, brings you this list of recommended real estate resources. To order any book, click on its title or cover and you'll be linked to Amazon.com where you can place an order quickly and easily.

Matthew Martinez, How to Make Money in Real Estate in the New Economy

Guide on how to succeed in today’s complex real estate investment market.

If you're an investor sitting on the sidelines thinking you have no play in today's property market, think again. In his new book, Matt Martinez gives you everything you need to know to start profiting from the new paradigm in real estate.

Schroeder, Alice,The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life Hardcover, 2008

Here is THE book recounting the life and times of one of the most respected men in the world, Warren Buffett. The legendary Omaha investor has never written a memoir, but now he has allowed one writer, Alice Schroeder, unprecedented access to explore directly with him and with those closest to him his work, opinions, struggles, triumphs, follies, and wisdom. The result is the personally revealing and complete biography of the man known everywhere as “The Oracle of Omaha.”

Rascoff, Spencer, Humphries, Stan, Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate, Hardcover, 2015

The authors explain how they arrive at their estimates and valuations for real property and other statistical calculations. The book is informative for the novice and professional, with an interesting new approach on how to look at investing in real estate.

Galen Gruman, The Tech-Savvy Real Estate Agent, Paperback

Sure, you know how to use the MLS database, but do you know how to effectively establish a Web presence or do customer outreach via email or the Web? There are all kinds of ways you can use technology to market your practice and service your clients, but if you’re like most realtors you’ve probably only scratched the surface. In this easy-to-understand guide, author Galen Gruman draws on his more than 20 years of experience as a tech-industry author and journalist to show you how to become a better real estate agent by learning and effectively using current computer technology and tools in your business.

Robert Irwin, Buy, Rent and Sell: How to Profit by Investing in Residential Real Estate.

In Buy, Rent, and Sell Bob Irwin, one of America's most well-known and respected real estate author/experts, provides nuts-and-bolts advice and guidance on how to find good investment properties, how to successfully rent them, and how to quickly turn them around for a profit. Written in Irwin¿s trademark down-to-earth, jargon-free style, Buy, Rent, and Sell is an indispensable guide for novices as well as experienced real estate investors.

by Andrew McLean and Gary W. Eldred, Investing in Real Estate, Fourth Edition.

"This is the best of the how-to-invest-in-real-estate books currently available." -Robert Bruss, syndicated columnist and real estate author

Russ Whitney, Millionaire Real Estate Mentor : The Secrets of Financial Freedom through Real Estate Investing.

Whitney, who's made millions buying and selling real estate and offers his advice through classes and books,  walks potential buyers through the fundamentals of real estate investing, including finding property, arranging financing and locating buyers. By explaining the fine print, Whitney gives readers the tools they need to approach the real estate market smartly. This book uses real life examples, mostly people that have taken his course and done well in real estate.  

Diane Kennedy, Garrett Sutton, Robert T. Kiyosaki, Real Estate Loopholes: Secrets of Successful Real Estate Investing.

The authors are two of the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" book series Advisors (Sutton and Kennedy) and they start out by saying that there are two types of real estate loopholes: tax and legal. This book is excellent for anyone who would like to expand their knowledge of the financial and legal aspects of real estate investing. It is informative, yet also entertaining and a fast read.

William Bronchick, Robert Dahlstrom, Flipping Properties: Generate Instant Cash Profits in Real Estate.

Learn how to recognize and analyze the risks inherent in investing in bargain properties, as well as the profit potential that exists in renovating and reselling these type of properties for cash.

Dolf de Roos, Robert T. Kiyosaki, Dolf De Roos, Real Estate Riches: How to Become Rich Using Your Banker's Money.

This book is part of the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" Advisor series. It lays out the foundation for why real estate is the best investment vehicle for a long-term investment strategy--as well as potential short-term financial gains--over other types of investing. It then covers the basic concepts and "how to" of getting started in your own real estate investments.

Dirk Zeller, Your First Year in Real Estate: Making the Transition from Total Novice to Successful Professional.

Full of practical answers and step-by-step solutions to the field's most common obstacles and challenges, this book will help you build a solid foundation for a lifetime of real estate success.

William Bronchick, Financing Secrets of a Millionaire Real Estate Investor.

The first half of the book is a primer on ordinary mortgages. The second half outlines complex maneuvers that allow tell you have to leverage cash in real estate deals.

Robert T. Kiyosaki, Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money--That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!.

A good basic primer on managing your money and investment basics. A required text book in many financial college courses across the country. If you like this book, I would recommend going on to read other books in the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" series. It provides good, solid information. Easy to read, entertaining, format.

Vernon Hoven, The Real Estate Investor's Tax Guide, 4th Ed.

What every investor needs to know to maximize profits. Can be profitable reading for homeowners and investors who want to minimize income taxes during ownership and at the time of sale. A comprehensive resource book.

Gary Keller, Dave Jenks, Jay Papasan, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent.

One of the best books available on becoming a successful agent.

David Bach, The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner: A Powerful Plan to Finish Rich in Real Estate.

Finish rich in real estate! Bestselling author David Bach is back with The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, another user-friendly, motivational book designed to help you "build wealth through homeownership" and "finish rich in any market."

Edwards, Kenneth W., Your Successful Real Estate Career (Fifth Edition) Paper, 2006

A complete and well-written book for anyone who is looking into real estate as a career. It includes information on passing the licensing exam to dealing with difficult people and situations.

Robinson, Leigh, Landlording: A handy manual for Scrupulous Landlords and Landladies Who Do It Themselves (10th Edition), Paperback, 2006

This bible of the landlording business has provided information about the proper way to conduct business and has shepherded landlords through inevitable day-to-day woes for 25 years. This latest edition is thoroughly updated with an expanded section on using the Internet, covering everything from shopping for supplies to setting market rents and advertising cheaply. More than 50 forms are included.

David Bach, The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner: A Powerful Plan to Finish Rich in Real Estate.

Finish rich in real estate! Bestselling author David Bach is back with The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, another user-friendly, motivational book designed to help you "build wealth through homeownership" and "finish rich in any market."

Corace, Don, Government Pirates: The Assault on Private Property Rights--and How We Can Fight It, Paper, 2008

After years of hard work and saving, you finally own a home. But don't get too comfortable. If government officials decide they want your property, they can take it—for a wide variety of shady reasons that go far beyond the usual definition of "public purposes." The courts have allowed these injustices to persist. And there is nothing you can do about it—not yet.


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