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I have read a couple of the books recommends so far. To provide a perspective that is not likely covered in most of the ones suggested

Two books I would recommend.

The Weekend Millionaire's Secrets to Investing in Real Estate: How to Become Wealthy in Your Spare Time

Weekend Millionaire assumes that the person has a full time job but wants to end up with a passive income where they can retire from their job before normal retirement (50 or so was the author's age when he retired).

Nothing Down for the 2000s : Dynamic New Wealth Strategies in Real Estate

This books is one I stated with (well the 1980's version). I bought my first property at 23. The book has changed a bit over the years as has the market. That said there are lots of good ideas in the book. If nothing else your granddaughter could look at buying a place and renting out the spare bedrooms to make the numbers work. I did this and found that I was paying less to own the place then I was paying to share a house. The difference was partially due to tax deductions as I had a good job and no deductions prior to buying a home.

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