Table of contents for Successful real estate investing in a boom or bust market / Larry B. Loftis.

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The Real Estate market, much like many other markets, is cyclical. If you hold on to property for any given number of years, you will likely experience all three of these markets at one time or another. This book will provide the information you need to successfully invest your money in real estate in any and all market conditions.

Economics of Real Estate (Real Estate Econ 101)
Described briefly in straight, to the point, plain English:
A. Interest Rates
B. Inflation
C. RE Cycles (w/ charts)

Part I
Identify Which Market You’re In

Ch 1
Brief overview/descriptions of each
A. Normal Market
B. Boom (Seller’s Market)
C. Bust (Buyer’s Market)
D. Examples of different State and Local Economies (Down vs. Up)
Ch 2
Trends to look for/What each “looks” like

Ch 3
The “Equalization” Effect: How interest rates, prices, lending and demand all provide off-setting benefits in all markets

Part II
Successful Real Estate Investing in ANY Market
Ch 4
Universal practices that hold true in ANY market.
Finding deals, other advice, definitions/descriptions of different types of investing i.e. flipping, different types of properties, landlording, etc.
Ch 5
How to Profit in a Normal Market
Ch 6
How to Profit in a Boom Market (Seller’s)

Ch 7
How to Profit in a Bust Market (Buyer’s)

Ch 8
Comparing the three markets, the investors “options” and the risks involved

Ch 9
How to Foolproof your Profits (and minimize risk)

Investing Resources

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Real estate investment -- United States.