Looking for some new books to read?

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Hello All! I am looking for some ideas on books i should read. I am currently in RE sales, but looking to get into investment side of things soon. I am interested in books in those categories, or just great books in general. Here are the books I have already read, if that gives you an idea on the topics I like.

The One thing

Set for life

Pitch anything

The book on rental property investing

The book on negotiating real estate

@Joseph McGregor

Good list so far!

I'd also add some favorites:

- "Buying Real Estate Without Cash or Credit" by Peter Conti and David Finkel (if you have a capital source, still gives you a lot of creative strategies to think about)

- "Missed Fortune 101" by Douglas R. Andrew (Basically imagine a financial strategist questioning all the conventions about money and investing that many of us subscribe to. Really rocked my world and changed my thinking for the better)

- "Timing the Real Estate Market" by Robert Campbell (one of my all time favs that offers data driven analysis to look at the Real Estate market and economy, giving investors valuable indicators along the way)

Originally posted by @Dave Van Horn :

@Joseph McGregor

Good list so far!

I'd also add some favorites:

- "Buying Real Estate Without Cash or Credit" by Peter Conti and David Finkel (if you have a capital source, still gives you a lot of creative strategies to think about)

- "Missed Fortune 101" by Douglas R. Andrew (Basically imagine a financial strategist questioning all the conventions about money and investing that many of us subscribe to. Really rocked my world and changed my thinking for the better)

- "Timing the Real Estate Market" by Robert Campbell (one of my all time favs that offers data driven analysis to look at the Real Estate market and economy, giving investors valuable indicators along the way)

 Great, I will definitely be check those out. Thanks!

@Joseph McGregor Sure thing! They're a little "next level" so to speak...or at least they can be, so I think the books you mentioned are definitely a good jumping off point to start.

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