Freedom Mentor Review

I received a copy of this book free of charge to facilitate the review.  This post was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media and all views and opinions expressed above are my own.  


Recently my husband and I became financially stable. We are done living paycheck to paycheck and could survive a few months if something was to happen. While my husband has a steady job, we knew that something like that could not happen, and with what work I do that we would be ok if and when something like that was to happen. So we have been searching for a way to invest our money into something good that could help us out in the long run.

I was very excited when I had the opportunity to review the How To Be A Real Estate Investor book by Phil Pustejovsky. This is something that we have greatly considered doing but just did not know where to start. Investing in Real Estate, if you know what you are doing, could be a great investment. In How To Be A Real Estate Investor, Phil goes into the different ways you could invest in real estate, the different loans, and so much more. From this book we have realized our type of real estate we need to get into is Forclosure Auctions. Even if you do not have a lot of money to put into buying real estate, there is even a section of the book that is just for you telling you how you can buy real estate without cash or credit.

If you are looking for a little extra cash or looking for something that will benefit your family in the long run, I highly suggest checking out this book. Head on over here to see how to get your copy.

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  1. Celine says

    Love all the free Real Estate Info you give.I would like to invest in 2 foreclosure properties in Orlando. I live in New York. Is it possible to buy these properties, site unseen, and have a System out there like Property Manager, Real Estate Agent etc. to manage it for me like renting it out and sending me the money directly to my bank A/c? Pls. advice. Thanks.

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