The Fashion Industry – Tips For Outsourcing Manufacturing And Paying Affiliates

Many of us as consumers are fully aware that the majority of our wardrobe, although purchased in the UK, was not manufactured in the UK. Fashion guidelines couldn’t make it more obvious to us. Just look at the lovely white labels sewn into our clothing or handbags with the ‘Made In China’ or ‘India.’ stamped upon them. The thing is, with the current economy and the love for fast fashion, we as shoppers have helped to push the trend of outsourcing to eastern countries because of our want, our need, our desire to shop at lower prices. We all feel like we need to justify the money we spend now; do I really need those shoes? Yeah my jeans are ripped but isn’t that the fashion? Okay I’ll just lose weight and squeeze back into my old clothes. UK shoppers (among other countries) are guilty of needing a bargain.

We are a country of discount shoppers. The likes of Primark, TK Maxx and Sports Direct were not always seen as acceptable or ‘cool’ places to shop because of what was affiliated with the brand eg: Cheap, poor. It said a lot about your status if you were the kid in hi-tec trainers or the family who shops in £1 shops, especially in a country that is very keen to establish and differentiate status. But, because of the change of the climate, how quickly trends on the high street are changing, and because consumers are challenging the demands of fast, low-cost fashion, fashion houses in the UK have turned to (predominantly) Bangladesh for the manufacturing of our apparel.

However, just because we aren’t running the factories in Bangladesh that have recently resulted in deaths, does not mean that we are not somewhat responsible for them. We all know that factory conditions outside of the UK are very different and most of our population wouldn’t last a day in the same environment. So really, the time of turning a blind eye to these labour intensive conditions should come to an end.

There are a few different tactics that fashion brands can take on board though to help maintain good ethical manufacturing as well as saving themselves from being skinned by bad press or even taken advantage of by some of these eastern factories

Factory audits- If you are a wholesaler within the fashion industry then you will know that dealing with the big players on the high street such as Next, JD Williams (Simple Be), John Lewis or M&S to name but a few, will require you to dig into that margin of yours (before you’ve even made any with them), to pay out for factory audits. This is when the high street suppliers will use a reputable auditing company they are familiar with who are up to date on the legal requirements and conditions for the countries your factories are located in. The auditors will check the machinery being used and the hours being logged by the members of staff on the workshop floor to check that all legal requirements are being met and there is no child labour or exploitation occurring.

As a fashion brand, instead of waiting for the retailer to enforce you to do this as part of your contract with them, you should start doing this from the outset before you even source any samples from the factories you are looking to deal with. Sooner or later, every store you want to supply to is going to request the last audit of your factory supplier.

Take responsibility when mistakes happen & communicate with your suppliers-
Although you may invest in factory audits, this will only be one week that the factory is under supervision. Building a strong relationship with the factories you are working with and where possible flying out to visit them, is another way to try to prevent the factory possibly outsourcing your manufacturing to another third-party without your knowledge. This is something that was covered by Channel 4′s ‘Dispatches’ around two years ago.

Many eastern factories were outsourcing fashion houses such as ‘New Look’s’ orders to third-party manufacturers in order to produce the volume of orders but also manufacture them at the cost price quoted so the factory themselves, were not at a loss. The third parties weren’t necessarily even factories but more like sweat shops. If a supplier knows that you are likely to make regular visits, or have an employee based out near their factory for a lengthy period of time, they are less likely to jeopardise outsourcing your goods.

Or, like recent high street retailers have done recently, you can contribute to their supplying factories when disaster strikes, such as the building collapse or factory fires that have occurred over the past month in Bangladesh. A small contribution can go a long way.

If you are unable to make factory visits; protect your money-If your brand is not yet at a position to allow you the cost of flying over to China, India or Bangladesh then you know that the only communication you are likely to have with your chosen factory, is via e-mail and possibly telephone calls. You also know that your research process was really done over the internet. This means you don’t really know for sure, who is supplying to you.

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Get the Best Hardware Fittings in the Country!

The remodeling of a room is not an easy process let alone if you are doing it for an entire apartment. First you need to meet with the architect and get the plan all ready. Then you need to figure out the materials that need to be used for the remodeling then comes the execution of the plan. Herein is important to note that one thinks that it is the tiny little things like the various hardwares and fixtures that make a house a better home. Therefore, to comply with these needs of yours, are manufacturing companies that develop/manufacture sell and supply some of the top most quality fittings for your home. Sometimes it is the small things like door hardware fittings that get neglected. These are companies that have been existing for a long period of time they have testimonials that would ease your mind. Thus, these companies will take care of all your hardware supplies and it fittings too.

Services they provide

These companies offer you several types of brands that you can choose. Hettich, Hafele, Blum and Safex are some to name a few. One has the option to go onto their website and make orders and selection and to shop based on the brand they are looking for, these high end brands provide you with top notch quality products. All their products are branded and of designer making. You can choose from a wide range of selections of designer door handles in India through these companies. They supply you with all types of hardware like that of doors and windows, kitchen fittings, wardrobe fixtures, bathroom accessories and also various types of glass fittings. This could include glass doors and windows too.

Some of the supplying companies have a warranty period on the products they supply or sell. However, if there is an issue with the warranty then all you have to do is get in touch with the manufacturers that have supplied the goods to them.

Door hardware options

In each category or fittings that are sold, there are many that are covered. For example if one is looking for door hardware fittings that you can choose from. Some of these are door locks, handles, knobs, electronic locks, dampers, door closers and various other accessories. There are many door designer handles in India and these suppliers and selling companies make sure that they have such products for you.

The brands vary from Archis to Safex to any other European brand. These are some of the best known names in the hardware world. Once you finalize on one of the door hardware fittings, you have the option of getting the details of the product, even comparing it with other brands and products and even sharing it for the purpose of gauging more opinions.

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Six Savvy New Years Resolutions for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Six Savvy New Years Resolutions for Women Owned Small Businesses You Don’t Want to Put Off Until January!

There are many sure fire ways to avoid being a success in business. One of the easiest is adopting the attitude — “I’ll look into that after the 1st of the year… ” As early as November 1st there are a cornucopia of distractions to keep us otherwise occupied until January 2nd or 3rd. After emerging from this long, unyielding marathon of pushing for December sales quotas, entertaining, school programs, and gift returns, we spend another 2 or 3 weeks struggling to get up to speed when suddenly, February is staring us in the face! Those 3 months, November through January, are what I call the critical, ‘final/first’ quarter of the business year. They are critical because these are the months that set the pace of productivity for the following year.

About 30% of small businesses are owned by women. Many are head of their household or, at the very least, juggling business, children, home, and personal life. Planning for next year is often done in January or February, while on the run. By this time, it is much too late to fully and efficiently capitalize on the year ahead. Planning needs to begin in November and December. It is important that women who are the sole proprietors or owners of small businesses continually evaluate what they are doing and make adjustments accordingly. For a more sane and productive 2013, I challenge you follow this guide and make your business resolutions for 2013 NOW.

Make 2013 ROCK! Here are 6 savvy resolutions for small business to put into practice NOW!

RESOLUTION #1 – I will be more efficient.

What products and/or services have you added, deleted or modified this past year? Does your distribution, warehouse, shelving, mailroom, or filing system support these changes? Is there a more efficient way to organize your office space? Are you behind on your filling? If you are a mom and pop shop or a sole proprietor, it will be well worth the investment to hire a part time administrative assistant, even just for a few days, to help get you organized before you jump into 2013. This will also make ‘finding’ your taxes so much easier.

What products and/or services are you planning to add, delete or modify in 2013? Do you need to make changes in your distribution, warehouse, shelving, mailing or filling to support these changes? Now is the time to plan the timeline for purchases. Do you need a greater tax break for 2012 or 2013?

Is your office space organized for efficiency? Could moving an office or desk, putting in a shelf, or installing another electrical or internet connection improve traffic patterns and eliminate wasted time?

Does your business have the equipment necessary to succeed and profit next year? December is a good time to evaluate a company’s equipment needs and to determine whether any capital investments need to be made. That’s because identifying the business’s equipment needs can help the enterprise make its annual numbers. It can also help the business owner plan for future cash needs.

Resolution #2 I will get up to speed with Technology.

Is your technology up to date? Technology is changing daily and becoming more affordable. Hardware and software you might not have been able to afford last year may be in your budget today. Remember, you are your business. Don’t waste hours doing tasks that can be automated or subcontracted for a pittance. Investigate online companies, such as ODESK, who provide administrative services.

When is the last time your website was updated? This should be done at least once per year or every time you have a new offering. Your website is your company’s ‘face’ that the world sees. Is your website easy to navigate? Attractive to your target market? Does it capture leads? Have video? Include testimonials? Start off the new year with a new look. It will energize your existing client base.

Does your social media reflect your company message? Perhaps I should ask, “Are you active on social media?” If not, make it a goal to either hire someone to help you or teach you how to do it yourself.

Resolution #3 I will cut the fat.

Is anything bleeding away your precious hard earned dollars? It should go without saying that every business owner should periodically review vendors and suppliers to make certain that they have competitive prices and are delivering quality service. Sometimes trying out a new vendor provides you with leverage over an existing vendor.

Make sure you include your insurance vendors. Companies grow. Has your company taken on any new assets (computers, office equipment, furniture, stock) or business interests that haven’t been accounted for and protected by existing policies? Is your company adequately covered in terms of liability, fire, and health insurance?

Resolution #4 I will be the expert in my field (or hire one.) According to Guerilla Marketing, clients will pay up to 9% more to purchase from an expert. Your personal expertise gives you an edge over your competition. Do your clients view you as an expert? What will you do to stay at the top of your game? What books will you read? What associations will you join? What training will you invest in? Remember, you are your business. As a sole proprietor you may not wish to take on new hires. This often means you will need to self-educate in order to fill your own deficiencies. Are you a one woman sales team? Consider a sales training course. Struggling with bookkeeping? Perhaps a night course at a community college. Remember, you are your business. Investments in yourself are an investment in your business and therefore should consume a large part of the investment expenses in your yearly budget.

What are your projected staffing needs? Sometimes the better plan is to hire an ‘expert’ in a certain area. First, consider your fastball. What do you do better than anyone else? Now, hire others (or purchase software) to do the other jobs that are preventing you from working in your highest income producing areas.

RESOLUTION #5 I will begin (or continue) to invest in my retirement.Businesses looking to set up a 401K, SEP or other retirement plans should do so as early as possible during the year. Setting up a plan early can permit employees to take full advantage of their annual allowed pre tax contributions. Theoretically, the more time the money is left to grow on a tax-deferred basis, the larger the nest egg will be. For those as busy and confused about this as I was, I highly recommend the book “You’ve Earned it. Don’t Lose it” by Suze Orman.

RESOLUTION #6 I will take care of myself.Women give and give and GIVE. Many times all this giving causes us to run dry. Instead of allowing the holiday to run you, start taking control now, in December. Plan ‘me time’ and have a date with yourself. Maybe it’s just to sit in the quiet, read a good book, have a facial or go with a friend to the art museum. Get in the habit of scheduling a mini vacation for yourself every week.

What is your image saying about you?Is it time to update your wardrobe, hair, makeup? It can be a lot of fun to try something new. Take a friend along for a free makeover.

How is your health? When was your last pap test or breast exam? If it’s been more than a year, schedule one now. Teeth should be cleaned 3 times per year. Schedule your regular medical check up, etc.

Are you happy with your weight? If not, December is the month to do something about it. Why add on the pounds now when you’ll be fighting to take them off again in January?

Longevity is the biggest challenge when it comes to any business. Proper planning creates an environment for productivity.

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Should You Apply for a Personal Loan Online?

While not exactly new, one of the more recent developments in the world of consumer credit is that you can now apply for a personal loan online. Whether it’s brick and mortar institutions branching out into online banking or from strictly online operations, personal finance has made the move to the web and this has made it easier than ever to apply for a loan.

One thing should be mentioned before we go any further. Just because the initial application process can be done online doesn’t mean that you won’t still have to send documents to the lender via mail (or in some cases, fax or email), but it does mean that you can be pre-qualified for a loan while saving a lot of time in the bargain. Speed and convenience are the chief advantages of applying online for a personal loan, but there are some other advantages as well as downsides which consumers should be aware of.

You Can Comparison Shop For Loans Easily

There are a lot of lenders available online and this allows consumers to shop around for the best terms on the loan they’re looking for. Some online lenders charge very high interest rates and have very stringent terms attached to their loans, while others offer terms which are as good or better than those available from traditional lenders. There are even websites which can help you compare the loans available from different lenders; whether you’re looking for a loan online or off, you’re always better off knowing what all of your options are.

You’ll Generally Get A Response Quickly

If you’re applying for a relatively small personal loan online, you’ll tend to get an answer via email very quickly, sometimes in a matter of minutes. The amount of time you’ll wait for a response can vary depending on how long it takes the lender to verify the information you’ve provided, but it is almost invariably quicker than applying in person at a brick and mortar bank or credit union.

Downside: You Won’t Have Someone There In Person To Answer Any Questions You May Have

One of the disadvantages of applying for a loan online is that you’re not sitting across from someone who can explain anything you don’t understand on the loan application or other documents. If you have any questions or need clarification, contact the lender immediately before signing anything. A personal loan, even a small one, can have a significant impact on your financial situation, so make sure that you know exactly what you’re getting into before you submit your application.

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Personal Loan Help – How To Apply for a Personal Loan Online – 5 Tips

With a decent computer and a good Internet connection, these days you can pretty much live your life right in front of your computer if you want to. You can play games, chat with friends, catch up on work, watch movies, and even pay your bills. And now, you can even take out a personal loan online.

Personal loans are not for everyone. If you have access to interest-free cash through the help of a friend or family member, then by all means that would the best way to get the cash you need. Or, maybe you do not have enough important expenses coming your way to warrant taking out a loan.

On the other hand, taking out a personal loan can be an excellent idea for you if:

* you need cash to pay down bills or other large expenses

* you need money fast in order to go on a special trip, pay for car repair, or cover a recent medical expense

* you need to borrow $500 to $10,000

* you are able to repay the loan within some reasonable period of time

Unlike auto loans, home loans, or boat loans, with a personal loan you do not need to have plans for making any particular purchases with the money you borrow. In other words, you can use the money for whatever you like. This makes them truly “personal” loans – because you can personally decide how to use the money.

What is the best way to apply for a personal loan? There are a lot of ways to go about it, such as via phone, in person, or online. However, if you choose to apply for a personal loan online, you are probably going to have the most convenient customer experience. The typical online personal loan application process happens pretty fast. Also, when you are applying online, you can afford to take the time to apply for a loan with at least 3-4 lenders.

Here are the recommended tips to take into account when applying for a loan online:

1. Run your credit reports. You can do this by running your report with each of the Big 3 credit bureaus, including EquiFax, TransUnion and Experian. Be sure to go over each report carefully and take notes on any items that tend to raise your eyebrows. Aggressively pursue correction for any falsely-reported items on the list.

2. If you have a low credit (FICO) score of under 650, make sure to limit your search for possible lenders to those that target bad credit personal loan lenders.

3. Only borrow what you need. Borrow too much and you’ll end up paying more than you need to in terms of interest. Borrow too little and you will be back to square one in terms of still being in need of cash.

4. Apply to all of the lenders on your list – even if you already have received a couple of offers. Reason: saving just a point or two on the interest rate could save you hundreds in interest payments. It’s worth it for your time to take a few extra minutes to apply to more than one personal lender.

5. When you talk to each lender, find out if they have any pre-payment penalties. Try to take out a loan that does not have such penalties attached to it. That way, you can pay down the loan early (before final payment is due) without paying anything extra. That will save you big on interest payments!

Try these 5 tips when applying for a personal loan online.

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Great Alternative Ideas in Real Estate Investing

Investing is a difficult subject and it requires experience to judge the pros and cons of the topic for making a viable decision. The field is suitable for the people who are already involved in the work for a long time and hence, real estate investing is a critical decision, which requires attention on many aspects of the matter. It is acquiring responsibility of looking after the property once it is purchased. People make investments on properties on many grounds, which can be for the earning from rental of the property, reselling of the property for optimum gain on the investment and so on. It is concluded that the role of investing in real estate should be seen as an effort to gain several benefits, which you should understand. Many investors use the platform as a medium to save on tax, which is achieved by the property owner as tax deduction benefits.

However, you need to consider certain important factors before you decide to buy a property. There are certain basics in reaching a profitable decision whether you are aiming to earn through rental or from resale of the property. Neighborhood is a significant aspect for the favorable status of the property. If you find the neighborhood conducive to good living, you can get desired profits from the investment on the property. You have to choose the property by keeping the specific factors in mind so that you can finally make profits from the real estate investment. It requires physical effort on your part and you have to visit several properties to find the right one so that you can expect positive results in future and can also avoid disappointments on the neighborhood ground. The entire activity requires patience, which is the key of success in the real estate investing.

The fresher in this line should take up the task by doing relevant market research. If you do not give appropriate importance to the task of market research, you may end in losing money in the deal. Many citizens prefer the real estate investment for earning profits on the long run through the rental business. It is true that the specific prospect through rental income is a potential side of the business, but you should be extremely cautious about the environment of the property so that you get suitable clients for the rental business. Choice of tenants is also an incriminating task, which should also be carefully managed. It can be a great alternative for making profit from the real estate investing. Alternatively, you can consult the real estate book for more information to achieve success in the matter.

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The Need For Capital in Real Estate Investing

Many people would like to get started in real estate investing, but the one thing that holds back many potential investors is lack of capital. After all, you need a great deal of cash to purchase a property, and with most mortgages you are expected to put down about 20% of the total purchase price. So is it true that you need money to make money? Well, when it comes to our experience in real estate investing, this old saying is unfortunately true most of the time.

If you read any number of books on the subject, they will probably assume one of two things about your financial situation. First of all, the author of the real estate book may simply assume that you have a large bank account and only need to learn the mechanics of purchasing a property, being a good landlord, selling for profit, etc. The other assumption is that you are broke but want to get started in real estate using no money down scenarios. Unfortunately, this way of purchasing properties, made popular in the 1980s and 90s by infomercial gurus, is unrealistic because it is extremely difficult to find sellers desperate enough to sell for no money down and pay you cash at closing.

So what should you do if you don’t have a huge five figure or six-figure balance in the bank and don’t want to spend all of your time looking for desperate sellers and dilapidated properties? Unfortunately, you’ll have to follow some of the time-tested principles of creating wealth: namely patience and vision for the long-term. It may be as simple as starting a savings plan (ideally an accelerated one) in order to have enough money for the down payment.

You may simply need to adjust your spending and increase your income, though we realize both of these recommendations are usually easier said than done. Still, you can’t expect to do significant investing in real estate (or perhaps any purchases of property at all) without having your financial house in order. If you’re simply not ready at this time, you may have to wait until raising the capital is more realistic.

There are also lower cost, more passive forms of investing in real estate. These include real estate investment trusts, which in its most common form simply means that you would buy stock in a company which owns and manages various properties. In order to spread your risk and own a piece of a number of companies, you can invest in mutual funds specializing in property investing.

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Selling Your Real Estate Book Of Business

When most people first become real estate agents they are probably not thinking about how they are going to get out of the business. They are thinking about how much money they are going to make once they get started and not how much they are going to make when it is time to get out. However, if you are not thinking about where you are going, will you ever get there? Probably not. You will most likely wander this way and that and then when it comes time, you will realize that because you did not plan ahead, you don’t have a plan for making your exit.

Regardless of where you are at right now in your real estate career, whether you are in your first year or a 20 year veteran, now is the time to plan your exit strategy. How many people do you know that have been able to retire from real estate and actually sell their business for any substantial amount of money? I would guess very few, if any. Why is that? A successful real estate professional should be able to sell their list of clients and business just like any other professional.

Anyone that has been in this business for at least 3 years should have a list of clients that they have worked with. This is a salable asset. However, there is no guarantee that your clients are going to be willing to work with whoever it is that buys your business. So what you will most likely do is sell your list of clients for a minimal amount of money or someone will give you a referral fee for anyone that does decide to do business with them. That is not an exit strategy.

Now, what if instead of just being able to show them a list of every client that you ever had, you could also show them how you got those clients? What if you could show them your “book of business”? What if you could show them how much money you made each year and exactly how you made it?

Now you would have something to sell. Now you would have something worth more than a 20% referral fee.

Your book of business should include your list of clients, your marketing strategies and materials, the results from those ads and therefore should show how your success can be duplicated. The key to creating your book of business is tracking everything you do.

One of the best ways to do this is with ad tracking technology like a call capture hotline. This is one of the hidden benefits of these systems that are generally just used for lead generation. With a call capture hotline that also includes ad tracking you can easily track all of your ads that you run and the responses that they elicited. The system will capture each caller that comes in, record their name, address and phone number, follow them through your system, tell you which extension they came to (and therefore the ad that elicited the response), and many times record whether or not they left a message or asked to speak to you.

This is powerful stuff. Now you can have reports that show how many leads each of your successful ads generated, how many of those leads turned into clients, and the name and phone number of every person that responded to those ads. Combine that with the actual marketing materials you used and your list of clients and now you have something.

You have your book of business. This can be duplicated. This is a salable asset. This is an exit strategy.

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The Best Real Estate Books For Rental Property Investment

There are lots of lists of best real estate books or rental property investment books. If you do a web search you often find a guru interested in selling you an expensive real course. If you search for ways to invest in rental property you often find yourself on a “squeeze page” where you feel compelled to “buy now” or you will “lose out” on millions of dollars in real estate riches.

Unfortunately, these types of sales pages do not really give you a full picture of what you are buying and often mislead people into paying a very high price for something that they don’t need. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to become an expert in rental property investing. Buying real estate books is a much more cost effective way of increasing your knowledge.

Investing in rental property takes a lot of different areas of expertise. You need to become good at budgeting, negotiating, marketing, loans, contracting and home improvements, legal issues, rental property management, etc.

So, where do you start? I have a few recommendations to help you find the best real estate books:

Buy any book by John T. Reed. Reed has written a library of books on real estate investing. He covers just about every topic in real estate that you can imagine. His books on buying 20% below market value are excellent. You can find some used Reed books at Amazon but he only sells through his own website. His books are all reasonably priced and you won’t go wrong buying any of them. Reed pulls no punches when discussing the pro’s and con’s of real estate investing. He also has some choice reviews of so-called “guru’s”.
“Real Estate Loop-Holes” by Diane Kennedy is an excellent short book about some the tax aspects you should be aware of when investing in rental property. You can learn about 1031 property exchanges so that you can sell your property without paying capital gains taxes.
“Means Residential Repair and Remodeling Costs” is the bible of home repair estimating. Before you buy any rental property, you really need to know how much it will cost to update the property. Probably the biggest mistake new investors make when starting rental property investment is to under-estimate the costs to fix the property up.

There is one gem of a real estate book that can transform your ideas about real estate investing. Priced under $30 it can provide you with a strategy that will change the way you think about rental property investment forever.

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What to Look for In a Real Estate Book

Are you interested in learning more about how you can make money with the real estate market? If you are, you are advised to look into buying a real estate book, particularly one that has a focus on real estate investing. In fact, it may even be worth your while to invest in a number of real estate investing book, as they can provide you great insight in the world of real estate investing.

When it comes time to buy a real estate book, you are advised not to just pick any ole book off of the shelf. The popularity of making money with real estate has increased over the past few years. That is what has led to an increase in the number of resource guides, including real estate books, available for purchase. Of course, any helpful real estate book is better than no real estate book at all, but you may want to take the time to thoroughly examine each real estate book that you are interested in purchasing before actually making your purchase. This will help to ensure that you choose a real estate book that can actually offer you assistance or answer any questions that you may have.

One of the most commonly asked questions, concerning real estate investing, is exactly how can money be made. You will want to make sure that you purchase a real estate book that answers that question. If this is your first time trying to make money with the real estate market, you may be unsure exactly how the process works. That is why it is important that you find a real estate book that outlines everything for you in print. Although you may want to automatically jump in with the advanced information, you are advised against doing so. For the best chance of success, especially if you are beginner, you are advised to start with a simple real estate book and then work your way up to more advanced investing books.

It is also advised that you try and find real estate books that give you tips on how to be a successful real estate investor. These tips may be a list of dos and don’ts. It is not uncommon for many just breaking into the real estate investing industry to make a few costly mistakes, mistakes that are quite common. Familiarizing yourself with some of the dos and don’ts of real estate investing is the perfect way to up your chances of seeing success, even right away. Research is what can prevent your from making common, yet costly mistakes.

If you are planning on buying your real estate book from one of your local book stores, you are advised to flip through each book and examine the contents, to ensure that the information inside is what you were looking for. If you are interested in buying your real estate book from an online retailer, you will want to try and find any online reviews, if possible. Examining a real estate book, whether it is done so in person or online, will only take a few minutes of your time, put choosing the perfect book that can actually be used as a guide for years to come, is something that is immeasurable.

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