New book targets beginner real estate investors

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The worst things about "Real Estate Investing for the Utterly Confused" by Lisa Moren are (1) the ugly book cover and (2) the bad title. But, while looking for another new real estate book at my local bookstore, I couldn't ignore the red and yellow cover. I started browsing and was hooked. It is a downright good book for beginner real estate investors. Author and experienced real estate investor Lisa Moren until recently lived in Colorado and has since moved to California. Throughout this well-organized book, she shares her many realty investing experiences, as well as those of her friends. The examples, illustrating the topics, make the book especially valuable and understandable. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. But the book gets off to a shaky start. I wasn't sure if the writer was an amateur or a real estate pro. On page 6, Moren's questionable statement, "Houses, however, do not appreciate in value as much as multiple units ... " raised my credulity since my experience has been...