The American Dream is to own your own home. It might be easier than you think to do so. In The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner: A Powerful Plan to Finish Rich in Real Estate by David Bach, we learn how it just might be possible.
David Bach provides his readers with lots of resources. Even though this book was written in 2005, back before the housing bubble burst, the advice Bach provides is just as useful today.
Bach actually foresaw the possibility of a housing bubble and warned against it. He even told his readers how they could have avoided it. In fact, if everyone who was thinking about buying a home in 2006 or after had read The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, the housing bubble burst might not have damaged as many people.
|Five Star Review|
We give The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner all five stars. It is very informative, very well-written, and easy to follow. If you are thinking about purchasing a home, you owe it to yourself to read this book and avoid multiple mistakes.
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