Dip Your Toe into Real Estate Investing



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About The Book

From the entertainment value of home flipping on reality television to managing rental properties or partnering on an apartment complex, the tantalizing possibilities of real estate investing are everywhere.

Despite the enticement, attempting to buy, manage, or sell property is not a venture for the ill-prepared. Fortunately, real estate investor Mark Hayes is here to help you get ready.

Dip Your Toe into Real Estate Investing offers an easy-to-follow guide for newcomers and old hands alike. Discover the pros and cons and the ins and outs of real estate investing. Determine what kind of investor you want to be and learn what you need to know about the different types of properties available, purchasing your first piece of land or a home, and acquiring financing. More experienced investors will find tips for building a team of professionals to improve and sell properties for the best profit possible. With Mark's experience and insights, you can make the tantalizing dream of profitable real estate investing a reality.

About The Author

Mark Hayes is the founder and president of Bridge South Investments, LLC. This Nashville-based private lender and angel investor specializes in short-term bridge loans and private equity for residential and commercial real estate. It also invests in entrepreneurial industries such as technology, artificial intelligence, healthcare, sports and recreation, and entertainment. Over his twenty-year career, he has built or renovated over 100 homes and managed up to 40 rental units in-house. Mark received his Bachelor of Engineering from Vanderbilt University. He is a member of the American Association of Private Lenders (AAPL) and Real Estate Investors of Nashville (REIN). He is an active philanthropist with his time and his finances. Mark lives in Franklin, Tennessee with his lovely wife, Dawn, and their four children, Hank, Ike, Roy, and Margo.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Indigo River Publishing (June 4, 2024)
  • Length: 110 pages