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With over two million copies of his books in print, Robert G. Allen has become a national phenomenon. His innovative investment strategies have helped thousands create their own wealth, and in this new and revised edition of Creating Wealth you'll discover the Allen way to financial success.Programmed to think that saving is good, debt and risk-taking bad, we disqualify ouWith over two million copies of his books in print, Robert G. Allen has become a national phenomenon. His innovative investment strategies have helped thousands create their own wealth, and in this new and revised edition of Creating Wealth you'll discover the Allen way to financial success.Programmed to think that saving is good, debt and risk-taking bad, we disqualify ourselves from ever having a chance at big money. The first step in creating wealth is to stop thinking poor. Then you're ready to create your own version of the Allen plan, keyed to integrating real estate with other wealth-generating investments.These principles and others can start you on the path of financial self-reliance:The Automatic Pilot Principle - Enormous Profits in Discounted Mortgages - Numismatics: the Secret of the Midas Touch - Liquid Money and Where to Pour It - Insulating Your Assets from Liability and Lawyers...

Title : Creating Wealth: Retire in Ten Years Using Allen's Seven Principles of Wealth
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ISBN : 9780743277259
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 257 Pages
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Creating Wealth: Retire in Ten Years Using Allen's Seven Principles of Wealth Reviews

  • Stacy
    2018-12-24 00:10

    Interesting

  • Dayton Outar
    2018-12-27 01:09

    Useful information but very difficult read. You'll need to pause and do some background research and resume reading at a lot of points through the book.

  • Heidi
    2018-12-25 03:52

    Thought provoking, practical principles for people wanting to build wealth. Fuel for great conversations, to be sure.

  • Frank Deschain
    2019-01-09 01:58

    More ideas on wealth and money.

  • Greg
    2019-01-14 07:11

    I haven't deducted stars, but I warn the reader that the information is dated and often outdated. This book was written in the 80s, in a time of high inflation. Lots of people were speculating in creative (and often loosey-goosey) financing ventures. For example, Mr. Allen cites statistics that show that a large percentage of home purchases are made with creative financing--like 40% or more, though I don't recall exactly. That is not the case today.Based on the title and the first chapter (which I read in the library before checking the book out), I expected a more general treatment on how to build wealth. The book is mostly about real estate, which is okay, because I'm interested in real estate. But a lot of Allen's schemes won't work in 2015. For example, Allen states that FHA loans are fully-assumable for any investors who can afford the monthly payments and has a heartbeat. That statement became untrue on December 1, 1986, and now many of the schemes in this book will no longer work with FHA and VA loans.Again, I did not deduct stars, because the information was true at the time it was published. However, the book is less useful now than it once was.

  • Chad
    2018-12-26 01:07

    Many of the finer details are outdated, but the principles here remain. If you want this book to give you a step-by-step plan to make you wealthy, you will be disappointed. If, instead, you treat it more as a philosophical work, you will come away with wisdom.Allen's credo that everyone needs to win in a negotiation, and how to find out what the other party wants is itself worth the price of this book. As is his maxim that "if you don't have it, you can find someone who does."

  • Bryan
    2019-01-10 06:50

    Interesting book on investing. Mainly how to invest in real-estate for "nothing down." This book will get you excited about investing in real estate. I would not say it is a "how to" by any means, but it helps you to grasp the concept on how real estate can not only build a good retirement nest egg, but also how to have wealth before retirement.

  • Mike Saville
    2018-12-26 06:44

    Hmm, some interesting ideas. Very US centric. The core idea around mortgages being assumable does not apply in the UK. I guess the key message is to look beyond the obvious and try to see what else might be possible in a property deal.

  • Denise
    2018-12-27 05:11

    This book is more specific about ways you can create wealth through real estate. It's a good jumping off point to begin to gather more information. I'd like to get a copy of the book to "reread" some sections since I listened to this on CD.

  • Neala Okuromade
    2018-12-23 04:06

    A good starting point and eye opener into wealth creation. Simple and straight to the point.

  • Alyce Rocco
    2019-01-04 02:57

    It has been too many years since I read this to rate it. At the time, I am sure I thought it was fascinating because it was all new to me. Reality in implementing ideas is something quite different.

  • Keith Brooks
    2019-01-04 07:07

    Another time, another place.

  • Angela
    2018-12-25 23:51

    I have an older version and love it! I'm getting a newer version to read! Must read for anyone interested in real estate!

  • Ashley Kasper
    2018-12-19 06:57

    The target audience is older than myself, but there was still some useful information about investing options.

  • Abdul
    2019-01-14 03:08

    Interesting book, certainly full of ideas but thin on implementation. This was my second read through. Good nonetheless.

  • Lori
    2019-01-08 23:51

    "No success can compensate for failure in the home" was my favorite quote of the book. Obviously, he was quoting someone else.

  • Nick
    2019-01-13 04:48

    An excellent source for those who are interested in using real estate as an investment vehicle, however this is more of a general overview rather than a detailed how-to-manual.

  • Stacey Allen
    2019-01-03 00:45

    Lots of information and tips on real estate investing, classic Robert Allen.