Growing Number of Investors Interested in the Rising Real Estate Market.The Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network is getting ready to conduct another successful event this month on the topic "How to Buy Your 1st Real Estate Investment Property."
November 7, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network is getting ready to conduct another successful event this month on the topic "How to Buy Your 1st Real Estate Investment Property." In recent months, the Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network has seen a rise in attendance at all events, most likely due to the success of their investors and the optimistic outlook on real estate.
They are expecting a large number of new investors at the "How to Buy Your 1st Investment Property" event taking place on November 17, 2012 at their corporate office. During this event, new investors will learn all the basics of successfully buying their first investment property as well as have the opportunity of receiving complimentary real estate investing consultation from an expert real estate adviser. Events such as this one can cost investors thousands of dollars elsewhere, however are offered at no cost through the network.
Interest rates are at an all-time low and home prices are more affordable than ever before. This in turn has attracted an influx of new investors across the US as well as overseas. Investors are definitely beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel as the real estate market takes an upward turn.
Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network is well known among the real estate world as the first network of its kind, starting back in 1979. They provide free seminars and mentoring throughout California and have online events available nationwide for real estate investors. They have already helped over 50,000 people invest in their first property.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please contact Scott Pastel at (949)885-8180 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit www.mrren.com for more information.