Greedy Real Estate Moguls Keep Millions of Consumers Out of the Housing Market On Purpose Consumers Can Now Find Out Why

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Exasperated Immigrant Reveals What the Moguls Won’t Tell about How to Buy a House with No Cash and No Credit

Until now first-time home buyers have been kept in the dark about how to buy a home with no cash and no credit, because the so called “moguls” want to keep all the information and cash to themselves. Why won’t they tell everyone what’s going on? How come most Americans can’t buy a house with no money or credit? Why is this information being kept secret?

The answers to these questions and many more can be found in real estate expert Adrianna Dodge’s brilliant new book, "A Millionaire’s Real Estate Secrets"... and home buyers can find out all the details they need by visiting the newly launched website

“I’ve spent tens of thousands of dollars learning this information one piece at a time at high-priced real estate investment seminars,” Dodge says. “I could afford to, because of what I had already learned buying and selling real estate the hard way. But there are millions of people who need this information and will never be able to go through what I’ve been through. That’s why I decided to write this book.”

The time is ripe for this information with a widely predicted cooling off in the real estate market, according to the author.

Beginning now and over the course of the next five to ten years, increasingly volatile housing markets are going to affect how people live and where they live, not to mention how the complexity of the local and regional political match games being played out for most communities precious housing resources. We’re on the verge of a tipping point in housing …a break point and consumers aren’t armed with enough information to make the best decisions.

Dodge came to America as a poor immigrant from Columbia. In her country, where many barely complete high school, Adriana excelled in her studies and received a university degree. Coming to America in 1986, she worked her way through the Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis and received her BA in Business. Her faculty advisors sponsored her for permanent U.S. residency, which she obtained in 1995 and Adriana took the oath of citizenship in May 2000.

Over the past decade many of the biggest news stories in the US have been linked, one way or another, to the issues concerning affordable housing, or the lack of it.

More than 30 million U.S. households face one or more of the following housing problems:

  • Cost burdens: paying an excessively large percentage of income on housing costs. More than 13 million households pay more than 50 percent of their income for housing.        
  • Overcrowding: the number of people living in the house is greater than the total number of rooms in the house. About 6.1 million households live in overcrowded conditions.         Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • Of the 30 million households with housing problems, 14.5 million qualify for government aid, yet only 4.1 million are actually receiving any. Dreier, Peter, "The New Politics of Housing," Journal of the American Planning Association, Vol. 63, No. 1, Winter 1997, American Planning Association, Chicago, Ill.

Today, this is true more than ever. And it is those who have a solid, in-depth understanding of the issues who will be able to get to purchase a new home more quickly. “A Millionaires Real Estate Secret” is primed to become a key source of strategies and context for those who want to understand how to purchase a home using no cash and no credit now and in the future.

For more information on Adriana and her latest works, go to For a review copy of her book, interview scheduling, or for more information contact:

Jolene Benner



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