The real estate market is becoming more and more competitive. As a real estate investor, it is crucial to stand out from the competition in order to be successful. There are a few hidden techniques to invest in real estate out there that many real estate investors aren't aware of.
These events, also known as The Vacant House and Foreclosure Summit, cover topics such as finding profitable deals, evaluating deals, making offers, full business management and automation, finding buyers, finding lenders, repair estimation, and so much more.
Attendees get more than just training though. They also get the opportunity to network with other investors of all experience levels from several different markets. Some attendees are local, others travel from out of state, and from time to time attendees travel from outside of the country.
Katy attended the last Vacant House and Foreclosure Summit and had this to say about her experience, "Not only did I learn a lot that has helped me grow my business, but Cameron gave me the motivation and desire I needed to be really successful. He is proof that it can be done. He started from scratch, worked hard with his mentor, and look at him now! Thank you to Cameron and his team. They've changed my life!"
Typically, each event sells out at least a few weeks ahead of time. Dunlap and his team are known on a national level as one of the top real estate consulting and business development companies. Attending the Vacant House and Foreclosure Summit will help any investor take their real estate business to the next level.
Dunlap has decided to wave the registration fee for the Vacant House and Foreclosure Summit in
To register for the next Vacant House and Foreclosure Summit or learn more about how this event can help investors of all experience levels make more money, visit http://www.TimeWithCam.com now!
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