We love books, we love property…so can you even imagine how much we love property books? We had a hard time narrowing it down to seven recommendations for this week’s episode – but narrow we did, and here’s what we ended up with:
- Legally Avoid Property Taxes by Iain Wallis
- Millionaire Fastlane by M J DeMarco
- Hustle Your Way To Property Success by Paul Ribbons
- Beyond The Bricks by Rob Dix
- The Collins DIY Manual by Albert Jackson and David Day
- Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki
- Renting HMOs Sussed by HMO Landlady
Use the links above to buy the books on Amazon, either as paperbacks or for your Kindle.
If you’re interested in finding out more about Beyond The Bricks before buying, you can hear Rob B interviewing Rob D about the book in this episode of the Property Geek Podcast.
We also promised during the episode that we’d share a visual representation of the Cashflow Quadrant concept, so you can understand it better while listening:
Resource of the week
This week’s resource is Audible.com – a service with the best selection of audiobooks out there. If you spend a lot of time driving, running or at the gym, chances are you listen to podcasts already – but why not mix it up with some books?
Sign up to Audible using this link, and you’ll get a trial that will allow you to download one book absolutely free.
News this week
Labour tried to get an amendment into the Consumer Rights Bill that would ban letting agents in England from charging fees to tenants. MPs voted against the measure, but agents will now be required to advertise their fees in full on their website and in their office.
Although not much happened this time, the private rental sector is clearly going to be a campaign target for Labour – so we can expect to see lots more policies aimed at landlords being floated in the next twelve months. Watch this space!
Join the conversation!
Are there any other property books you would have liked to see on our list?
If you’ve read any of the books we mentioned already, what did you take away from them?
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