How to Lose $1 Million Investing in Real Estate

Cincinnati, OH July, 2003 -- With the stock market stumbling, many investors are running scared... headed straight for real estate investing—the "safe" bet for investing their money. Right?

Not so fast. Sadly, most new investors have received little or no information, or even BAD advice, and work really hard only to lose a bundle in real-estate.

"Contrary to what most "experts" want you to believe, real estate investing is not a ‘one-size-fits-all' proposition," shares real estate expert Vena Jones-Cox. "Traditional real estate investing is, in fact, a really bad fit for most busy professionals. It takes a lot of work, has a high amount of risk, demands refined skill, and is a huge hassle.

Fortunately, there are more appropriate options—if you know where to look."
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Your Reliable Real Estate Expert

Vena Jones-Cox hosts the popular weekly call-in public radio program, "Real Life Real Estate Investing." A frequent guest lecturer at real estate investment groups throughout the country, she particularly enjoys working with new investors.

Her 2-day beginner's real estate investment seminar has helped thousands of students across the country get started in successful real estate investing.

Past president of the Real Estate Investor's Association of Cincinnati, the Ohio Real Estate Investors Association, and the National Real Estate Investor's Association, it's easy to see why The Cincinnati Enquirer, USA Today, Smart Money Magazine, and Reader's Digest all have depended on her expertise in successful real estate investing.

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