Win a Kindle Fire HDX or the Top 5 Real Estate Books
HOW TO ENTER.
- Take a super cool and creative Christmas themed photo that contains a copy of the book More than Cashflow.
- Post your picture on the Rev N You Facebook Page.
- Let people know to vote for you (or their favourite picture) before December 15th at 9pm PST. The photo with the most likes will win the Kindle Fire HDX.
- All entrants submitted by December 15th, 9pm PST will also be entered to win the Top 5 Real Estate Books of 2013 which will be randomly drawn and announced on December 17th.
The entry is free for anyone to enter and no purchase is required. As long as you have a copy of the More than Cashflow book & some creativity you can enter. You must review and accept the terms and conditions before entering the Contest. By entering the contest, you show that you accept the terms of the contest.
Full Contest Details can be found here: http://revnyou.com/cashflow-christmas-photo-contest/
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Christmas is around the corner … and if you’re like me, that means you’re starting to plan your shopping lists. It also might mean you’re making lists of what you would like for Christmas. To help you, I thought I would share my picks for the best Real Estate Investing Books of 2013. That way you know what to get the real estate investors, renovators and real estate agents on your list … AND you know what to ask Santa to get you.
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Looking back at our early years as real estate investors, it’s astonishing how much money we paid that we shouldn’t have; how much income we should have made but didn’t; and how many problems we could have extinguished when there was smoke, instead of when the fire had consumed a large portion of our profits.
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