Real Estate Conference Will Help Investors Make Profits

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Often referred to as a wholesaler or land flipper, Charlotte Abbott will cover the basics of researching real estate so investors can make good decisions about buying and selling properties.

“I will cover topics like how to understand foreclosures, liens and encumbrances and then turning these opportunities into profits," Charlotte Abbott said.

A conference for anyone passionate about investing a little money and making lots of money buying and selling real estate will be presented July 12-14 at Montego Bay Resort in Wendover, Nev.

Charlotte Abbott of Smile4u, Inc., who has bought and sold thousands of properties across the western United States over the last 12 years, will lead the conference. In April 2013, she was highlighted in newspapers across Nevada after dominating a delinquent property tax auction and purchasing about 25 properties against more than 100 other bidders.

Often referred to as a wholesaler or land flipper, Abbott will cover the basics of researching real estate so investors can make good decisions about buying and selling properties.

“I believe that real estate investing is safer than investing with the stock market,” Abbott said. “This has been proven over and over again to me even through the turn in the economy. In fact, it’s definitely easier to make money now that it was during the boom!”

Abbott is experienced with land investing in Nevada, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico and Colorado, but also works with properties throughout the United States.

“I will cover topics like how to understand foreclosures, liens and encumbrances and then turning these opportunities into profits,” Abbott said. “I’ll also provide tips on running a successful business, and what makes a great salesperson.”

Guest speakers include real-estate investor Jeran Fraser and renewable energy expert Douglas R. Keaton Sr., a professor at Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky.

The conference is limited to only 150 people. Registration costs $350, but is only $300 for those who register by June 20. For more information, visit http://www.Smile4uInc.com or call Abbott at (360) 550-8943.

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