Chicagos #1 Real Estate Flipping Event Ever

Chicagos #1 Real Estate Flipping Event Ever

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Andrew Holmes with Chicago’s #1 Flipping Team joined with Brandon Mendenhall of The Seminar Solution to create the most prolific Real Estate Investing Event ever put on by Chicagoans for Chicagoans.

June 21, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Chicago, IL – Brandon Mendenhall and The Seminar Solution just completed another successful event with Andrew Holmes and his ChicagoCashFlow.com team. The event was called the “Cashflow 2 Freedom Live – Chicago Real Estate Experience” and spanned 3 days from June 6th to June 8th. This was the first time Brandon Mendenhall and The Seminar Solution team worked with Andrew Holmes and his ChicagoCashFlow.com team. The event was a major success.

From Friday, June 6th, 2014 to Sunday, June 8th, 2014 Brandon Mendenhall and The Seminar Solution team joined forces with Chicago’s #1 Flipping team. Back in early April, Andrew Holmes of ChicagoCashFlow.com teamed up with The Seminar Solution to put the wheels into motion. He wanted to create a once in a lifetime experience for new and experienced Chicagoan investors. “I want to give back to the people and place that has made all of my dreams come true…I created this event for the people of Chicago so I could show them exactly how I have amassed my Real Estate fortune right here in my own backyard”.

The event went off without a hitch. The first day of the event the attendees all went on a Bus Tour around Chicago where they actually got to visit properties owned by Andrew Holmes and his team and other properties that fit the profile of what they look for in the Chicago market. From the feedback of the attendees, this was seen as one of the biggest highlights of the event. “This is the best Real Estate Investing Event I have ever been to”, said Julie Hill of Joliet, IL. “The bus tour was priceless. To actually get a firsthand look at the process they use on a day-to-day basis was worth its weight in gold. I can’t believe this event was Free.” Brandon Mendenhall even stated, “Moving forward into our next event with Andrew, we will make sure that we recreate the Bus Tour and make it even better with the feedback we have received from the attendees.” To see the dates and times of the next event, please go to www.ChicagoCashFlow.com .

Chicago area investors, or investors interested in investing in Chicago can get more information about Chicago Cash Flow’s next “Cashflow 2 Freedom Live – Chicago Real Estate Experience” at www.ChicagoCashFlow.com or call 847-303-5011.

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