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“Next Level Real Estate Asset Protection” by Clint Coons is released with Forbes Books

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NEW YORK, Aug. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Next Level Real Estate Asset Protection: Comprehensive Strategies for Investors by Clint Coons, the founding partner of Anderson Business Advisors, is now available. The book is published with Forbes Books, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes, and is available on Amazon today.

Clint Coons Releases Next Level Real Estate Asset Protection with Forbes Books

Clint Coons, Esq. wrote Next Level Real Estate Asset Protection to unravel the discrepancy between a real estate investor’s needs and those of a run-of-the-mill real estate buyer. Drawing from his decades of experience building a real estate portfolio, Coons shares what it takes to kickstart a career in real estate investment and start growing generational wealth.

Coons takes readers beyond the mindset of a casual real estate investor to demonstrate that real estate investment is a true business. As both an investor and an attorney himself, he knows too well what can happen to a person entering the real estate business without a solid legal foundation. Next Level Real Estate Protection is designed to give readers a crash course in asset protection, owning via entities, working with lenders, and long-term activities for developing multiple streams of passive income. Above all else, Coons wants to teach readers how to eliminate fear so they can make the right bold moves to supercharge their portfolios.

Coons’ advice roots itself in the insights he’s uncovered while working with ultra-wealthy real estate investors who treat their portfolios like a business. For Coons, this mindset shift makes all the difference – successful investors invest in themselves and aggressively pursue opportunities that present themselves. 

“Most of the people who are paid to give advice to real estate investors are selling products and services. They don’t invest in real estate themselves,” Coons said. “So, while the advice they give might be 100 percent accurate from a tax perspective or a legal perspective or a banking perspective, it doesn’t take into consideration the whole picture of what you, as an individual investor, are trying to accomplish at this stage of your investing career.”

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