BluefoxToday blog : August 2007

Real estate investment gurus

If you want to make money investing in residential real estate, you have to do it the old-fashioned way, you have to earn it. There really are no shortcuts.

Now, if you sit down and watch late-night television when fake real estate experts hawk their half-baked theories and believe that they are the answer, think again. These people can be very convincing, and persistent, too, but is there anything concrete behind what they are saying? Let's examine the story a little bit.

John T. Reed is a long-time investor and an newsletter publisher who has followed the industry for many years, including keeping an eye on the gurus who make a living peddling real estate seminars, books and tapes. He is totally dismayed at the practice. Please click the link in this paragraph to read the full article.

 

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Esko Kiuru
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Comment balloon 8 commentsEsko Kiuru • August 30 2007 08:33PM
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