Real estate maverick maps road to profits

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If you are a serious real estate investor, or want to be, you must read "Frank McKinney's Maverick Approach to Real Estate Success" by Frank McKinney. This is the success story of a (barely) high school graduate with a 1.8 grade-point average, who never went to college, but who builds multimillion-dollar "spec" houses. That means he invests millions of dollars without having a home buyer lined up. When you look at the book's cover, you will know this is far from an ordinary real estate book. It has a photo of McKinney, who is probably quite handsome, with long blond hair making him appear like a hippie. But he has a nice smile. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. However, it's hard to argue with the author's success over the last 20 years. Starting out as a Florida golf course employee after leaving his Indiana home after barely graduating from high school, he became a tennis instructor, saved his money, and ultimately bought his first fixer-upper house for $36,000 in 1986. After fix-up...