April 18, 2009

Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies To Lifetime Wealth Today

It’s Saturday. That means its another installment of Burbed’s Book Club. Here’s the book you must buy:

Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies To Lifetime Wealth Today

A master money maker tells you how to make your fortune in real estate.

Be a Real Estate Millionaire will teach you Dean Graziosi’s personal strategies for turning real estate “losers” into winners. Discover the seven keys to uncovering “hidden real estate values.” Learn to identify the five types of real estate markets and the right strategy for each. Take Dean’s local market analysis test to determine the exact nature of your local real estate market. Receive Dean’s unique formula for win-win-win real estate transactions and experience how you can make money while helping others make money, too. Let Dean share his strategies and secrets and help you become a real estate millionaire today. Read and act on Dean’s advice and you too will become a real estate millionaire. Discover the Seven Keys to Hidden Real Estate Values Find the Seller’s “Magic Buttons” Learn How to Identify the Five Types of Real Estate Markets Take the Local Market Analysis Test Match the Proper Strategy with Your Local Market

Sure you can click on the link and see some of the reviews for yourself, but what good are they? They’re all from jealous, bitter, renters. For example:

But the book itself doesn’t offer anything specific. What I mean is, this is more of a book on how to have the proper attitude and the proper mindset. It isn’t a step by step manual on how to conduct real estate deals you want in the high end market. If you are looking for a how to book, this is the wrong book for you. If you want to “feel” good and “think” rich, then this would tickle your curiosity.

Uh, hello. Everyone knows that to be rich, you must think rich!

You must aspire to be a millioniare, to become a millionaire!

If a book doesn’t help inspire you to aspire, then really… what good is it? That’s why you should clink the link, and buy the book today!

Thanks to Burbed reader Tony for this find!

Comments (10) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:24 am

10 Responses to “Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies To Lifetime Wealth Today”

  1. A. Lewis Says:

    OK, I admit it. This is me in real life. A. Lewis is a fake name. I’m Dean Graziosi.

    Burbed outed me. It feels good to be free of the lies!

    Now is a great time to buy!


    Real Estater is also my “longtime companion” and ghost-wrote the book – I’m just the face-man who goes to all the signings.

    Now you know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.

  2. anon Says:

    Real estate millionaires are so 2006.

    In 2009, we’ll have real estate billionaires.

  3. Joe Says:

    Instead of Real Estate Millionaires, we now have millions of Real Estate Bagholders.

  4. nomadic Says:

    I had to take a look at this guy’s website. Sounds like he preaches our resident bull’s approach:

    …something changed in me and I decided to stop analyzing so much and just DO.

    I finally did it. I made my first 25 offers! Even though they were verbal or by email, it feels great to finally say I am taking action!

    That’s it! Don’t think, plan or analyze – just do! Action = Results 😉

  5. Chuck Says:

    I think anyone could write these books. Real Estate goes up: get rich quickly with fixer uppers and flipping. Real Estate goes down: get rich quickly buying foreclosures. Not mentioning the no money down schemes…

    I can’t believe some people still believe those crooks after this disaster we’re in.

  6. waiting_for_the_fall Says:

    He’s like another Casey Serin, except with a tan.

  7. Arnold the govenator Says:

    Or like me Arnold the govenator

  8. nomadic Says:

    or Tom Vu.

  9. nomadic Says:

    Two of his best quotes:

    “Don’t listen to your friends. They’re losers!”
    “Are you man enough to get off your lazy American ass and go to Vu’s seminars?”

  10. A request for information [Burbed.com] Says:

    […] 2.) What would we change?  We would find a way to monetize this site using advertisers who would pay us $1000 per pageview.  Also, we’d implement better email tools to direct these sort of blast requests directly to our readers who are here to help.  Plus we’d give ourself super powers.  No way are we letting go of this magic wand.  We may throw it open to our readership to suggest how to use it on people like Darren.  We’re debating between “sic a high-pressure real estate investment salesman on him” and “replace his computer with a motivational book.” […]

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