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Real Estate Investing Summit 2012 Audio
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Real Estate Investing Summit 2012 Audio


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Real Estate Investing Summit 2012 Audio

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Attend the BiggerPockets Summit without being there!

The event was a huge success, and we’ve made available audio recordings of the conference.  Whether you are an attendee who wants the opportunity to listen to those sessions that you missed, or if you simply couldn’t attend, we’re offering over 25 hours of audio for you to learn from.

Sessions Include:

Getting started in real estate
Wholesaling (2.5 hour bootcamp)
Rehabbing (2.5 hour bootcamp)
Deal analysis
The state of real estate in 2012
Building a portfolio while working a full-time job
Best use of your time
Raising private money
Moving into multi-family real estate
Mobile home investing
Note investing
Due diligence
Asset protection
Investing towards retirement
And more…

From speakers, including: Tony Alvarez, Kevin Amolsch, Will Barnard, Geraldine Barry, Jason Berman, Marty Boardman, Angel Bronsgeest, Jeff Brown, Chris Clothier, Steve Cook, Clint Coons, Joshua Dorkin, John Fedro, Frank Gallinelli, Peter Giardini, Kevin Kazmarek, Aaron Mazzrillo, Bruce Norris, D. Scott Smith, J. Scott, Shawn Watkins, Ryan Webber, Rich Weese, John Wilhoit, Ryan Webber, and others.

All The Educational Value of the Summit for Less than $150! This package of audio, which includes all the audio recordings made at the conference, is on sale for only $300.

While we can’t include all the networking and dealmaking that happened at the live event, for less than $5 per hour of audio, this is a deal that can’t be beaten!

Note: Due to some technical problems, we lost some audio in Geraldine Barry’s session, so unfortunately, the first part of this is missing. Additionally, sound levels on some of the other recordings aren’t perfect.  Some recordings have been edited for quality assurance.