Author and U.S. Army Veteran E.J. Williams continues to educate young investors about the value of real estate in his simple guide, 5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property: Real Estate Investing Guide for Beginners. He hopes that his work will help as many Battle Buddies as possible.
5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property provides an easy-to-follow roadmap for even the most novice real estate investors to learn more about the industry. Each chapter covers an essential aspect of renting properties, including cash flow management and identifying the right property. Readers will learn how to confront the limiting beliefs that are holding them back from successful opportunities.
Williams draws upon his own experiences as a servicemember who struggled to find high-paying jobs after an injury in the military prevented him from following his intended career path. 5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property expands upon the method that the author used to transform his working life and bring in substantial financial returns from the real estate market.
5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property is perfect for prospective investors who are searching for a way to generate income without having to forge their own paths alone. Unlike competitors’ books, Williams not only teaches readers how to get started but also offers a unique partnership opportunity to collaborate with the author, his mentor’s team on first-time deals.
Reviewers praise 5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property as a comprehensive, substantive guide with “an excellent collection of resources and process descriptions that everyone interested in real estate investing should read.” Instead of simply cheerleading or providing hollow advice, the author answers key questions in depth and tailors his recommendations to the everyday person seeking to escape the rat race of the modern workforce.
5 Easy Steps to Your First Rental Property: Real Estate Investing Guide for Beginners is available for purchase on Amazon.com or wherever books are sold.
E.J. Williams joined the U.S. Army at seventeen and served until an unexpected injury resulted in his honorable discharge. After working miscellaneous jobs in warehouses and security, he discovered his calling as a real estate investor. Williams rapidly grew his portfolio and hopes to help others do the same.