Real Estate Investor’s Monthly subscriber comments
Whenever I get your newsletter it goes right to the top of my large stack of things to read!
A wonderful resource. This newsletter touches on all the major issues in real estate. And over time, has introduced me to a whole buffet of ideas and information related to real estate and investing. Many of those ideas would never been on my radar without John's excellent newsletter.
Love your newsletter. Thanks to you, my rental properties have been a good investment. I'd like to add you to my professional network.
Harry Zechman (From Linkedin)
The following is from a note about a missed issue of Real Estate Investor’s Monthly:
I definitely notice when it's not here as it's my favorite letter. …I appreciate that your articles are based on research, analysis and conclusion of FACTS. There appears to be an absence of real, well researched facts attached to much of what passes for the "truth" today. I have also learned a tremendous amount of broader economic knowledge. Thank you.
John Yamnicky, Woodbridge, VA
Thanks John! Your books and newsletter are the best in the industry. Keep up the great work. I have quite a few of your books, and a lot of books by many others. Yet I only ever reread and refer back to your books. Your books have substance, specifics and details where others are general and wanting.
I give your newsletter first priority when it arrives each month. Thanks for sharing your great wisdom.
I very much have enjoyed the books and newsletter. You've definitely
saved me from making some bad mistakes and easily saved me the cost of all the
books I've purchased. Thanks again!
Hello Sir! I have been a subscriber to your news letter for 10+ years, and have purchased many of your books.
I have found your writings to be marvelously helpful and entertaining reading. You are a real straight shooter.
Based on what I learned from you, I did 1031 exchanges [in] Haddonfield[, NJ] into [an apartment] complex in Burlington, VT.
I have also developed two commercial facilities in Vermont, and used your arguments and court cases to support component depreciation of 15 years rather than  years for landscaping depreciable life on these. Since one of these properties was built on enormous landfill, this was a huge difference in tax deferral. Any one of the things I did above would have paid for your newsletter subscription and books many, many times over.
Sincerely, Larry Kruse