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Trump Strategies For Real Estate by George H. Ross

November 4th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Reviews

Review of Trump Strategies For Real Estate by George H. Ross

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George Ross, Donald Trump's sidekick on "The Apprentice" (and his longtime real-estate lawyer), offers up a mini-biography of the Donald's best "gets," detailing the negotiations behind Trump World Tower at United Nations, Mar-a-Lago, Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and other illustrious acquisitions.
But even average Joes can take Trump's strategies and apply them to their own real-estate investments, says Ross. Like Trump, Ross' suggestions are bold: For example, be willing to overpay for a prime location (it will bring in affluent tenants), don't let anyone else negotiate for you (Trump always negotiates face-to-face), and always try to add that distinctive Trump "sizzle" (like expensive touches in the lobby of your building).
The behind-the-scenes gossip is even better than Ross' advice.
For instance, when Trump bought Mar-a-Largo, he purchased all the antique furniture in the estate. Trump promptly sold all the furniture, made more money than he paid for the estate, and then replicated each piece of the original furnishings for the club.
Geared toward the ambitious investor, "Trump Strategies" is an inspiring read for anyone hoping to be the next Donald. (The New York Post, March 19, 2005)

George Ross, Donald Trump's sidekick on "The Apprentice" (and his longtime real-estate lawyer), offers up a mini-biography of the Donald's best "gets," detailing the negotiations behind Trump World Tower at United Nations, Mar-a-Lago, Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and other illustrious acquisitions.
But even average Joes can take Trump's strategies and apply them to their own real-estate investments, says Ross. Like Trump, Ross' suggestions are bold: For example, be willing to overpay for a prime location (it will bring in affluent tenants), don't let anyone else negotiate for you (Trump always negotiates face-to-face), and always try to add that distinctive Trump "sizzle" (like expensive touches in the lobby of your building).
The behind-the-scenes gossip is even better than Ross' advice.
For instance, when Trump bought Mar-a-Largo, he purchased all the antique furniture in the estate. Trump promptly sold all the furniture, made more money than he paid for the estate, and then replicated each piece of the original furnishings for the club.
Geared toward the ambitious investor, "Trump Strategies" is an inspiring read for anyone hoping to be the next Donald. (The New York Post, March 19, 2005)

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  • 1 Eric Hundin // Nov 4, 2008 at 2:49 pm

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