Mark Maupin, Real Estate Investor and Wayne Community College Professor, is offering an Intro Event for a Joint Venture Opportunity
Released on: February 16, 2008, 6:31 pm
Press Release Author: Right Now Marketing Group
Industry: Real Estate
Press Release Summary: Learn how to be successful and profitable in today's declining Michigan Real Estate Market
Press Release Body: Southfield, MI-Mark Maupin understands today's declining real estate market. "I first became involved in real estate in 1981, when my wife presented an idea, giving me a choice to attend a ballroom dance class or a real estate class. Of course, I chose the real estate class," says Mark. Since then, Mark has made real estate his full time career, purchasing and selling over 3,500 single family and multi family homes by 1984. Mark is able to view real estate from a unique perspective, allowing him to identify and grasp the potential to develop new and creative techniques for being successful in building a profitable business, even in today's market.
Mark is inviting anyone interested in learning about a joint venture program to attend an intro event to learn the details. He will discuss how to find buyers before purchasing properties, exit strategies for selling the property at top dollar, taking over foreclosures without financial risk, wholesaling real estate, reverse mortgages, and more. He will introduce a new tool to buyers, the advertisement agreement, designed to secure interest without ownership. He will also be explaining the sandwich option, a new technique to the Michigan Market.
Attend this event and see current examples where money has been made with these tools and techniques on February 19, 2008, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The event is free to attend and it will be at 24855 Southfield road, Southfield, MI 48075, on the west side of the street, just south of 10-Mile. Find out more about Mark at http://mrleaseoption.com/
Mark is looking forward to meeting with many people already signed up to attend this event from Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washenaw Counties, from Pontiac, Detroit, Southfield, Royal Oak, Ferndale, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Novi, Northville, Westland, Redford, Dearborn Heights, and Dearborn, Michigan.