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Connecticut Real Estate Investors Assn. (CT REIA) Announces April 2011 Meeting With Wealth Expert Robert Shemin
West Hartford, CT – March 29, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — The Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association, or CT REIA, in association with Robert Shemin, is announcing the April 2011 CT REIA monthly meeting for real estate investors. This event will take place on Monday April 11, 2011, from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 100 Berlin Road, Cromwell, CT. This event is free for CT REIA members and $30 for not-yet-members.
Robert Shemin is an internationally respected wealth creation expert and current New York Times’ bestselling author. He has taught tens of thousands of Americans the secrets to attracting, growing, and securing lasting wealth through his best-selling books and countless seminars held to standing-room-only crowds in cities across the United States. Shemin has shared the podium with such financial luminaries as Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki, David Bach, Suze Orman and Tony Robbins. He also helped create The Learning Annex Wealth Expo and has consistently been voted the “#1 speaker” by crowds of over 50,000 people. Robert Shemin has worked with high-net-worth individuals from Goldman Sachs, helped create four companies, and, as a full-time investor, been involved in over 1,000 real estate transactions to date.
Attendees of this meeting will learn: what steps to take to start investing now; putting all the investment practices together; how to find great deals in today’s market; how to analyze a deal in 17 minutes or less; how to find all the money and funds you need; how to sell properties in a soft market in 10 days or less; 3 proven investment strategies that work in today’s market; and much more.
CT REIA is an organization that provides motivation, networking opportunities, and up-to-date education for people who want to buy their own home or investment property. Each month, a nationally known real estate investment trainer is featured. Real estate professionals, investors, landlords, property managers, realtors, contractors, wholesalers, rehabbers, and the general public are invited to attend our meetings. For more information on this and other real estate investor courses from CT REIA, please call (860) 265-4414 or visit www.ctreia.com .
About CT REIA
The CT REIA is the largest real estate investors & apartment owners association in the Northeast. Its mission is to provide educational, networking, and business-to-business opportunities for entrepreneurs in the real estate investment community. In the past four years CT REIA has been featured on CNN Financial News, The New York Times, Hartford Courant, Meriden Record Journal , Channel 30-WVIT and Channel 8 News-WTNH. We’re firmly committed to promoting a sound understanding of ethical real estate investing principles and to help further develop our members’ investing abilities.
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