Real Estate Seminar Shares Interior Design Secrets to Increase Profit

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Local author presents how to make money investing in real estate flipping houses seminar at Mt. San Jacinto Menifee Valley College campus.

Best-selling Real Estate author and investor Jeanette Fisher offers a seminar to share her unique approach to flipping houses February 4, 2006 at Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee. In "Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars," Fisher will give beginning and experienced real estate investors tips on how to find, finance, fix, and flip bargain houses for profit. She will explore how her interior Design Psychology methods greatly increase profits on investment properties.

Fisher, who has flipped over thirty houses and now has a multimillion-dollar real estate investment portfolio, attributes her success to using Design Psychology, which appeals to buyers' emotions. She published her secrets to making greater profits in real estate in the books Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars: Using Design Psychology to Increase Real Estate Profits and Sell Your Home for Top Dollar--Fast! Design Psychology for Redesign and Home Staging. The seminar includes slides of the Fisher's fixers, before, during, and after transformation.

In the seminar she'll also share tips on how to resolve credit issues or to use credit for greater real estate purchasing power. Author of Credit Help! Get the Credit You Need to Buy Real Estate, Fisher gives seasoned advice on how to use credit as a tool, not a burden, in real estate investing.

Betty Williams, a beginning investor from Canyon Lake, California says Fisher is "the ideal instructor to learn from! She has actually done what she is teaching and has been successful at it!"

Fisher has sold houses in as little as three hours in bidding wars after transforming a dilapidated "doghouse" into a desirable "dollhouse" that attracted several committed buyers. Her Design Psychology methods sell houses in even the most saturated markets.

To register by phone, call Mt. San Jacinto College 951-487-6752 ext. 1700, 1701, or 1702 or see or

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