7 Best Real Estate Investing Books in 2020

Posted on Feb 3 2020



The Commercial Real Estate Investor’s Handbook: A Step-By-Step Road Map to Financial Wealth

by Steven D. Fisher

Commercial real estate is such a broad field and this book covers it all! Fisher does a great job in being a comprehensive resource with a multitude of modern tips and strategies for commercial real estate investing.

The Book on Rental Property Investing: How to Create Wealth and Passive Income Through Smart Buy & Hold Real Estate Investing

by Brandon Turner

For anyone who’s looking into or already investing in rental properties, this book is a must read! Not only does it offer in-depth advice, but there’s also strategies for building an achievable plan, finding deals, paying for your rentals, and more.

The Millionaire Real Estate Investor

by Gary Keller, Dave Jenks, and Jay Papasan

This book is a great read for investors of any level. “The Millionaire Real Estate Investor” is a great breakdown of investing from beginning to end, starting from thinking and dreaming big to building your own network of contractors, accountants, and more.

The Book on Tax Strategies for the Savvy Real Estate Investor

by Amanda Han and Matthew MacFarland

A book written by two CPAs that talks about creative methods to maximize deductions for your real estate business. Whether you are new in the real estate business or a seasoned investor, this book is guaranteed to give insight and knowledge you weren’t aware of before.

Long-Distance Real Estate Investing: How to Buy, Rehab, and Manage Out-Of-State Rental Properties

by David Greene

The name of the book says it all! David Greene shares his tips on what he has learned over the years of flipping properties he’s never even seen before. He gives great insight into the trials he has overcome so that you can make fewer mistakes with your investments.

Shift: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times

by Gary Keller

You can be prepared for an economic turn and not let it transform your business or life. Keller talks about the different paths you can take to help your investments not only survive but thrive in a market that’s gone south.

Real Estate Finance and Investment Manual

by Jack Cummings

Cummings explains financing concepts and also gives you insights into investing in properties of all sizes. The book might seem to be a bit complex for new investors, but Cummings definitely offers knowledge for investors of all levels.