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How to make money through ‘buy-to-let’ (using very little of your own money)

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.

Description on Amazon:

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.

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