Wealth in Real Estate Foreclosures
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There exists a simple little formula that builds massive wealth through real estate foreclosures. If you're interested in firing your boss, working when you want to, and staking your claim in the billion dollar real estate industry, then read on.
On the Internet, it's tough to know who to believe. There are so many people making ridiculous claims, it's insane. It's like day after day, you get hit with hype pitch after hype pitch. In a moment, I'll tell you specifically what I can do for you. But first, here is why you should believe me to begin with:
Here are 4 good reasons to believe what I say:
One: I'm NOT going to promise you can make $250,000 a year or a month or $2,000 a day. That's total hype. I don't know you, your skills nor your background. How could I guarantee such a thing?
Two: During my career I've bought or sold over $12,000,000 (12 million) in real estate property. I'm recognized as one of the leading experts in my niche market of condominium conversions and I'm consulted by leading real estate developers or investors almost daily. I've accomplished all this by the age of 27.
I've been a licensed real estate agent and investor for 7 years. I began my career by managing $8 million in real estate at the age of 20. From there I was trained and mentored by an individual who has bought and sold over 16,000 homes during his career.
Three: I have helped individuals with absolutely zero real estate experience make tens of thousands of dollars...some in the matter of hours. One individual that I advise has generated revenues of up to $30 million in one year.How many of these dudes selling "How to make money in real estate" have even one client in the real world? Not to mention a multi, multimillionaire.
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