Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Marco Kozlowski Scam Reviews

Earning Money Selling ""
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Just Got Easier

Real estate headlines seem to dominate the papers every day,
and most of what is being said isn’t very good news. At one
time, not so long ago, real estate was seen as a great
investment vehicle, one which actually made a lot of people a
good income. There may be some bumps in the road for the
industry, but there is a glimmer of hope when it comes to
selling luxury homes and turning a great profit. The problem is
that most people are pretty much clueless when it comes to
getting the job done. But it doesn’t have to be that way; there
are mentors out there who have made it their mission to teach
others the entire process.

"People have always been interested in turning a profit in
the real estate industry," explains ""
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, a Las Vegas-based real
estate coach ( "">
specializing in teaching people how to earn money by
controlling luxury homes at a discount and selling them for
six-figure profits. "But unless you really know what you are
doing, you could wind up losing more money than you ever
dreamed of making. Right now, it’s an especially tough
market; you have to get proper training to succeed and
belong to the right network."

Learning how to succeed is just what he teaches at his
classes. Along with overseeing the auctioning of luxury
properties across the country, he offers his information to
others that want to learn the system he perfected. He is a man
who progressed from struggling musician to millionaire real
estate coach by understanding the system of auctioning off
luxury homes.

"I had my own bumps along the way, but I have learned from
them and created a system that keeps others from making the
same mistakes I made," adds Kozlowski. "There are still great
opportunities in the real estate market which don’t involve
investing money or dealing with deadbeat renters. People just
need to think bigger, as in luxury homes, and about the home
auctioning process. At the end of the day, I get a lot of
satisfaction from teaching others how to do what I do."