The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Francois Janse van Rensburg, author of “Making Money through Buy-To-Let in South Africa: ...using very little of your own money”, for his weekly business book review feature.
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Just by reading and applying the easy-to-follow processes in “Making Money through Buy-to-Let in South Africa”, you will realise that ordinary people can become extraordinary.
This book explains why buy-to-let property investment is the only sensible opportunity to earn an inflation-linked, passive income for the rest of your life.
It gives ordinary South Africans the hope that they might enjoy a financially secure retirement by building a substantial property portfolio, either when they start at a very young age or by supplementing their lifetime savings or pension pay-out at a later stage.
“Making Money through Buy-to-Let in South Africa” addresses all the questions would-be property investors often ask:
How to establish legal entities.
How to determine which properties have the best return on investment.
How to leverage other people’s money and use very little of their own.
Obtain finance and register a bond.
Manage the transfer process.
- Select and manage the best tenants.
“Making Money through Buy-to-Let in South Africa” is written for the ordinary person, in everyday language, and guides you step-by-step through the entire process of property investment so that you, too, can become financially independent.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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