The Property Triangle is a quiet, unassuming but very sensible and down-to-earth guide to investing in property. Targetting new investors who want to build an ongoing income or realise capital growth, there are no ‘get-rich-quick’ approaches in this book, just plenty of solid advice for buying, renting out and/or selling property. Continue reading
Brand new property investors – start here! This is a short, entertaining and excellent introduction for anyone who is new to the game. Think of it perhaps as a ‘primer’ before you start your research. Continue reading
If you’re a landlord, you need this book in your life. The Landlord’s Friend is a summary of what you need to know if you rent out residential property. It covers preparataion, legislation, best practice, warnings – in other words, a whole stack of essential information. Continue reading
Today (5th March) is World Book Day and what better way to celebrate than by talking about a brand new property book. I’ve been fortunate enough to have a preview read and I have to say – it’s the property book I wish I’d written myself. It’s an essential addition to the bookshelf of any prospective or new investor, or any investor re-evaluating their strategy. Continue reading
Kam Dovedi is a successful investor based in London, and he is ready to share that success through his property-based services, i.e., through joint ventures; sourcing, purchase and lettings; mentoring, and so on. He has also chosen to share a) what he has done and b) how you can invest successfully, in this book. Continue reading
This cracking little book should be part of every investor’s library. It is a compilation of, as the title says, 100 short and easily digestible tips about property investing. Regardless of what point you’re at on your property journey, you might well find something helpful in here. Continue reading
This is Samantha Collett’s second book this year and the title says it all. This is about property investment and is an essential read for anyone who is new to investing, or even just thinking about it at the moment. Continue reading
I found this book last year after the interview with Del for the “Monster Lets” article in the July 2013 issue of YPN. I had been inspired by what he had to say during the interview, his approach to business and property and by his story. Whether this is an unassuming approach that is typical of him or not, I don’t know, but he never mentioned the book – I found it purely by chance when looking for something else. Continue reading
Sam Collett is a familiar face and name on the property circuit, and also on some of the property forums. The author of well-known and award-winning blog What Sam Saw Today blog, she has now turned her attention to books as well as blogs and, of course, property.
Aran Curry’s book The Property Coach is the featured book review in the June 2013 edition of Your Property Network.