Women Seeking Independence and Wealth Join “National Association of Women Real Estate Investors;” Taking Part in NAWREI National Expansion Phenomena

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Demand for education, support and income opportunities in a changing sector of real estate investment drives expansion of National Association of Women Real Estate Investors (NAWREI). NAWREI provides unparalleled networking and financial options for women building wealth via real estate.

C.L. Osborn, investor, psychotherapist and CEO of the National Association of Women Real Estate Investors, (http://www.NAWREI.org), announces the national expansion plans for independently owned NAWREI Clubs throughout the United States. “We plan to carefully select 20 licensees for clubs in major metropolitan areas over the next 12 months,” said Osborn.

“Real Estate has created more millionaires than any other financial vehicle. Link that truth with Robert Kiyosakis’ Rich Dad Poor Dad book series, the impact of other nationally known real estate speakers, along with the country’s major shift toward home based businesses, and we find the number of real estate investors is exploding. And women are making a major impact as independent investors.” According to Ron Fouts, COO and National Marketing Director for NAWREI.

NAWREI started in answer to a need women investors have to “do it their way.” Said Osborn, founder and CEO. The members are all independent investors who use NAWREI’s cooperative technology, the enlightened wisdom of women through the ages, psychology and support systems to leverage resources, education, networking and teamwork in an open and positive environment. Angie Fink, NAWREI Licensee and president of NAWAREI Denver North, said: “It’s an opportunity to be part of a business organization with a heart, an organization that tells investors about the real world of investing, not just the flash.

Members (many members are men) learn practical skills leading them to personal security and financial freedom, while the independent licensee of each club has the strategies handed them to retire young, retire rich.

National Association of Women Real Estate Investors (NAWREI) was first conceived in Denver Colorado in October 2002 and currently has 2 Licensee’s in Denver Colorado, with a third soon to open in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

NAWREI has developed the first code of ethics for investors creating an environment of cooperation and integrity with global village dynamics. Our vision is to propel women real estate investors into economic, social, and political spheres of power the enlightened way.

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