Every month, new books are released, and we’d like to share the ones with you we think should not be missed. This time, we’re focussing on Real estate. Please let us know what you think, and happy reading!
Best Upcoming Real estate Books of July 2017
Real Estate Due Diligence: A Guideline for Practitioners (Management for Professionals)
Due diligence is the bedrock of real estate deals, regardless of the volume of transaction. This book presents a comprehensive guide to understanding and implementing due diligence and making an accurate assessment of the risks. Be they real estate investors, or a management students specializing in the asset class, this book is a core resource for anyone wanting to get to grips with due diligence.
Simple and SOLD – Sell Your Home Fast and Keep the Commission #1 FSBO Guide: Selling Your House For Sale By Owner & Save Money!
“The Uber for Real Estate Sales” by Forbes. The real estate industry’s once-invulnerable business model is being challenged. First to go is the real estate agent.
Leases & Rental Agreements
Essential rental forms every landlord needs Looking for a quick way to create the key documents necessary for owning or managing rental property, including a legally valid lease or rental agreement. Leases & Rental Agreements provides the practical and legal information necessary you need. The 12th edition provides updated 50-state information on security deposits, rent rules, access to rental property and more.
Taxation With Representation: Advice From A Tax Resolution Specialist
Patrick LeClaire is able to you help you and your business beat the tax guy― because he is the tax guy. In his book Taxation with Representation: Advice from a Tax Resolution Specialist, Patrick LeClaire―certified tax resolution specialist and enrolled agent with the IRS―breaks down the taxation process from the inside out so you know just what to be aware of and how to protect your business― and yourself―from it. Presented in this book are three complementary sections that deal with the IRS and tax issues: •Part I: Getting Informed and Prepared •Part II: Responding to ‘Issues’ •Part III Getting Help The IRS can be scary, but after decades of experience, Patrick knows how to make the IRS your ally in resolving tax disputes.
First-Time Landlord: Your Guide to Renting out a Single-Family Home
Get the concise information you need to start making money with a single-family home, written for property owners with little business savvy — and even less time and patience. Learn how to rent out your property lawfully and safely with valuable information on: how to determine whether the property will turn a profit landlord business basics finding the right tenants preparing and signing the lease handling repairs complying with your state’s rental laws dealing with problem tenants, and preparing for sale of the property. From timely tips to true stories from successful landlords, First-Time Landlord is an indispensable book for property owners who want to rent out a single-family home without the hassle — quickly, efficiently and legally.
Real Estate Ventures: Formulating and Interpreting Promote Hurdles and Distribution Splits
Real Estate Ventures addresses the difference between IRRs and preferred returns in real estate ventures. discrete compounding with simple returns between compounding When discrete compounding is used, employing separate compounding periods for each cash flow vs. using fixed compounding periods for all cash flows Using timing conventions, such as, assuming all cash flows occur at the beginning or end of a period Presented in a straightforward format, the book begins with background on the topic and summarizes the basic issues and concepts related to promote hurdles in four parts: Part A: Accessible, question-and-answer presentation of the basic issues and highlights about the topic, including the differences between preferred returns and IRRs Part B: Summary of the basic issues and concepts relating to promote hurdles, as well as a more detailed treatment of the differences between preferred returns and IRRs, a discussion of soft hurdles, and of recycling profits, one of the key potential differences between IRR and preferred return/return of capital hurdles Part C: General background and analysis of the differences between preferred returns and IRRs Part D: In-depth chapters address issues related to “multiple IRRs” and “effective rates,” and a practical solution to avoid multiple IRRs in the context of multiple promote hurdles.
The Landlord Entrepreneur: Double Your Profits with Real Estate Property Management
In his first book, real estate expert Bryan Chavis created the ultimate how-to guide for buying and managing rental properties, with practical, realistic ways to build lasting, long-term wealth. The Landlord Entrepreneur shifts the focus from dealing exclusively with residential real estate to building a dynamic property management business. Full of smart, practical business advice, The Landlord Entrepreneur is the only guide you need to become a successful property manager in today’s real estate market.
Negotiating New York: Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Real Estate
Siblings and top real estate duo, Joanne Renna Douglas and Alfred Renna, bring readers along on an engaging and often hilarious journey into the world of New York real estate. Douglas and Renna have become a force in the real estate scene, finding the potential in each property and in each client they encounter along the way. Readers experience all the laughter, losses, additions, family politics, and plenty of crazy deals as the siblings navigate their way across the varied landscape of high-powered real estate to come out on top in this highly competitive industry.
Ditches Across the Desert: Irrigation in the Lower Pecos Valley
-American Historical Review Recommended. A worthy addition to recent studies of water administration in the West. Yet the contest over its water continues.
Foreclosure Survival Guide, The: Keep Your House or Walk Away With Money in Your Pocket
If you’re one of the millions Americans who are having trouble making your mortgage payments or are already in danger of foreclosure, this guide will give you the practical information you need, including: the ins and outs of foreclosure how to decide if you should try to keep your house federal programs to help you avoid foreclosure alternatives to foreclosure, such as short sales and deeds in lieu delaying or avoiding foreclosure with bankruptcy, and avoiding foreclosure scams. This edition of the nation’s bestselling book on foreclosure is updated with the latest information on the federal Making Home Affordable programs, federal mortgage servicing rules, recent court decisions affecting homeowner’s rights, and state foreclosure procedures and timelines.