It’s no secret why thousands of inexperienced and veteran real estate investors, tax advisors, and financial planners have profited from Eugene Vollucci’s electrifying one–day seminar, "Three Moves to a Million ." They’ve learned to toss out the old cliches about the real estate market and see exactly where the new area of opportunity really is apartment buildings from a man who turned himself into a multimillionaire in less than five years. A man who took a $6,000 investment and, after just three transactions, emerged with a cool million. Now Eugene Vollucci provides you with that same proven, money–making advice in his new book, How to Buy and Sell Apartment Buildings. Presenting dozens of salient tips as well as the same econometric computer model that catapulted him to wealth, Vollucci points you in an exciting and profitable new direction. With his guidance, you’ll learn how to: Gauge markets and buy and sell in the right place at the right time Read between the lines of property set–up sheets to spot good properties Put computer software to work to help you accurately evaluate properties Individualize your marketing efforts to maximize profits when selling Exploit one of the few remaining loopholes left by the Tax Reform Act of 1986 Put together an asset protection plan that’ll make you judgment–proof You’ll see the wisdom of operating on a global, not just local, scale concentrating, not diversifying, your assets building a winning team of consultants, not going it alone using a Family Living Partnership, not a living trust, to protect assets and much more.
EUGENE E. VOLLUCCI is the founder and President of Cal State Associates, Inc., a prominent Southern California real estate investment firm he has headed for more than 25 years. He is also Director of The Center for Continuing Education in Real Estate, a nonprofit organization that sponsors Mr. Vollucci’s highly popular one–day financial skills workshop, " Three Moves to a Million ." As an investor and broker, he has transacted more than $250 million in real estate. As an IRS Enrolled Agent with the U.S. Treasury Department, Mr. Vollucci personally prepared more than 20,000 tax returns.