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Robert Kiyosaki’s Introduction Of His Six-Steps On How To Invest In Real Estate

Last Updated on by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 14 Comments

The book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki was the book that started it all for me, it made me decide to become a real estate investor and it also inspired me to take action and start my journey to financial freedom. If you haven’t read the book yet, I would like to share this video just to give you an idea of what you can learn from it.


I found this video in youtube where Robert Kiyosaki himself and his friend Dolf De Roos introduce their Six-Steps on how to invest in properties and real estate. I believe this is just an introduction but I personally have found a lot of valuable insights in such a short video and I hope you would too.

After watching the video, you might find yourself asking “Sounds great but how do I do these in the Philippine setting?”. Well, if you haven’t noticed yet, this is exactly what this blog is all about and more. Do stick around as we apply Robert Kiyosaki’s teachings right here in the Philippines.

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