BEST REAL ESTATE INVESTING 101Becoming a real estate investor can certainly be fun, exciting and profitable, but you must realize one important thing: real estate investing requires some training. When you are just starting out in real estate investing, most new real estate investors will benefit from buying a few investing books, training courses, or even joining a local real estate investing association or club to learn some of the basics terms and techniques used to buy real estate investments.

Many new real estate investors are interested in real estate investing for four primary reasons:

  1. Quick Cash
  2. Long-Term Wealth Accumulation
  3. Residual Monthly Income (Cash Flow)
  4. Can invest in spare time with full time benefits has a series of free and low-cost beginner level real estate investing books that cover various types of real estate investments, how to effectively search for and use creative financing to fund real estate deals and marketing strategies to find buyers and investors.

Real Estate Investing training books do not have to be expensive; in fact all of REIClub’s real estate investing books are located on Barnes & Noble and currently are FREE or under $1.00. I think the best part of it all is that it’s delivered digitally (no nook required) so investors can read and study from their Smartphone, Nook, iPad, Google Playbook, Blackberry, Computer – virtually anywhere and anytime of the day.

All of our FREE real estate investing books on Barnes & Noble ( can be downloaded easily if you have a Barnes & Noble account. Don’t worry if you don’t have a free account – clicking on any of the images below will take you directly to the download page. Then just select the orange download now button for one of the top beginner investing ebooks below and it will take you to the registration page & they will set you up in one easy step.


Top Beginner Real Estate Investing Books

Find Cash Buyers and Motivated Sellers SM How to Find Cash Buyers and Motivated Sellers
Pick this book to get educated on cash buyers and motivated sellers for your real estate investing. It teaches real estate investors how to define and target ideal cash buyers and motivated sellers. Ebook covers absentee owners, rehab investors, Section 8 landlords, and other buyer types. Some of the marketing topics include mailing lists, postcards, both online and offline marketing strategies along with examples.
Marketing For Private Money SM RE Investors Marketing For Private Money
Real Estate Investors Marketing For Private Money teaches real estate investors how to effectively advertise and attract private money lenders. Private money loans allow a real estate investor to lock down great deals due to the ability to close quickly. Topics covered include print advertising, direct mail, networking, lender luncheons, teaching seminars, search engines, websites, blogs, social media sites and how to manage and follow up with leads acquired.
Flip a House as a Real Estate Investor SM How to Flip a House as a Real Estate Investor
Teaches how to get started wholesaling houses for quick cash profits. Topics covered include Investor Objectives, Building Your Team, Finding Wholesale Buyers, Finding Motivated Sellers, Finding Wholesale Properties, Deal Analysis, Negotiating With Sellers and Buyers, Making Offers, Contract Clauses, Marketing Your Deals, and Closings and Getting Paid. This ebook will teach you the basics of how to wholesale a house, also known as flipping houses.
Find Private Money Lenders SM How to Find Private Money Lenders
Teaches real estate investors how to find private lenders with money to loan. Ebook explains what private money is and the desired qualities of private lenders, how to market to find these lenders, and how to speak to them once you’ve found them. You will also learn how to present your opportunity to a group of prospects, and qualify the prospects to make sure you have a quality private lender able to loan money.


Hope you enjoyed this brief snap-shot and descriptions of Beginner Real Estate Investing Books offered on Barnes and Nobles (

Good Luck Investors!

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