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Real Estate Investing Just Got Easier With Free Offer From Wholesaling Expert

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Kent Clothier, expert real estate investor and multi-billion dollar success story, reveals his own top-secret tools and tactics in a free, four-hour DVD course, thus helping new, and established investors alike, take their business to the next level.

June 16, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

June 10, 2014 (San Diego, CA.)– The secret to his real estate investing success is using proven systems to automate all of the hard work, while laser-targeting activities on the points of maximum leverage in order to work smarter not harder and, at the same time, make more money.

Kent Clothier, the premier real estate investment wholesaler in the country, has just released a new training curriculum, wherein he reveals his secrets to starting, and scaling, a real estate business, regardless of experience level.

The training comes in the form of 2 DVD disks consisting of about four hours of training, wherein Clothier shares his best tools and tactics. Students can literally get through the entire course in one afternoon, and, immediately “get” the entire methodology that Clothier is personally using to sell, on average, more than $200,000 in transactions per day.

Included in the curriculum are breakthrough tactics to help investors gain trust with their prospects, revealing information about the 3 deadly mistakes that most real estate investors make, the ins and outs of “reverse engineering” for success, and finally, how to master the concept of “client generation” versus “transaction generation”, virtually putting the business of real estate investing on auto-pilot.

During the training, Clothier personally walks students through the exact methods he used to build a 1.8 billion dollar investing business, and how he uses the same strategies every day in real estate.

Those that have already taken the training course have completely dominated their market. One satisfied student said, “my sales have stayed the same, and yet I have increased my net worth… there is so much more to this than meets the eye.”

There are a number of real estate investment gurus out there but, according to those we’ve interviewed, Clothier is the real deal; and, he is willing reveal to his strategies free of charge.

Those interested in learning more and wish to claim their free DVD training course, should simply place their order now.

About Kent Clothier

Kent Clothier is the Founder and CEO of Real Estate Worldwide, 1-800-SELL-NOW, and the premier lead-source for motivated sellers, cash buyers and private lenders in the real estate investing industry. His family’s real estate company, Memphis Invest, was ranked 303 on the Inc 500 Fastest Growing Companies List. Clothier has built over 11 multi-million dollar organizations with one reaching $1.7 Billion in annual sales. Although his company invests in multiple markets nationwide, he resides with his family in La Jolla, CA.

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