Learning how to invest in real estate takes away fears. Some OFWs and Filipino immigrants abroad think they must have a lot of money to start. NOT true. Anyone can invest in real estate with...
Jane (based in the Philippines) used to work as a call center agent. Real esate investor and guru Trace Trajano convinced her to work for him for HALF the salary she used to get as a call center agent.
In exchange for the lower pay, he taught her how to invest in real estate. In just 3 weeks, she acquired her very first real estate deal.
Trace will teach you HOW to do what Jane did! Watch the replay here.
In this online seminar, Trace will interview Jane and she will reveal how she acquired her very first real estate deal step-by-step-by-step. She will reveal how – with only a P2,000 earnest money deposit – she was able to control P2.4 Million worth of real estate. Together, she and Trace will show you how anyone can invest in real estate.
Do you want to be like Jane? Click NOW! Watch the replay here.
In this webinar, you will also hear from and you'll be inspired by other people who have succeeded in real estate investing just like Jane.
The webinar will be on September 23, 2010, Thursday, 8:00 PM Singapore/Manila time. (That's September 23, 8:00 AM eastern time). If you are sick and tired of trying to acquire your first deal after several months or several years of trying without any results, attend this online seminar. The inspiration and education from this webinar might be all you need to finally break through and acquire your first real estate deal!
To our success!
P.S. Trace Trajano pays Jane $100 or less than P5,000 a month as his secretary! But with her low pay, Jane invests in real estate using the techniques that Trace teaches her.
If a secretary who does not make a lot of money can invest in real estate... chances are good you can invest in real estate too. Attend this webinar.
Now is the time to find out how to invest in real estate even without a high salary!
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