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Real Estate Development 6-Month Certification/Mentoring Course

How To Really Develop/Joint Venture Real Real Estate Developments

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Official News Release

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500 Entrepreneurs To Be Trained To Each Develop

$50,000,000 IN REAL ESTATE ANNUALLY

Boston, Massachusetts, USA: The Founder of The REDI Foundation, Richard Michael Abraham, announced today at The REDI Foundation's press conference that a decision has been made to commit all resources to helping all accepted Entrepreneurs reach their fullest potential through teaching and mentoring entrepreneurs on how to develop or joint venture real estate developments.

"The 6-Month Mentoring Real Estate Development Course will teach and train 500 entrepreneurs in the next several years on how to develop $50,000,000 each annually in real estate in their local communities. This is my legacy Course where I mentor each accepted student personally and privately. During the next 3-5 years, I consider this final chapter of my life the best that I can leave on this good earth", Mr. Abraham stated.

The 6-Month Real Estate Development Certification and private Mentoring Course is recognized as the World's most comprehensive course and in addition to 6-Months of instructional materials, assignments, exams, each student is required to package a "real" and feasible development project under the watchful eye of Mr. Abraham. The Course enrollment is limited and always filled but "standby places" become available from time to time.

Since 1973, The REDI Foundation, led by Richard Michael Abraham, has graduated 40,000 student/members at Seminars or the Self Study but now, only the 6-Month Private Mentoring Course is offered. Graduates of this Course are many of the World's leading real estate developers.

Entrepreneurs who possess a passion for real estate development and who feel they have what it takes to develop real estate (once they learn the skills) are invited to Apply for the Course by visiting www.redii.org

"The key difference of this Course is that in addition to teaching experienced developers, I teach entrepreneurs or emerging first time developers how to find and package Joint Venture Developments. I teach them all the skills required so that without any capital invested, they can negotiate their equity position in the development with investors and land and property owners. In today's jobless economy, knowing how to put together and package Joint Venture Real Estate Developments.  This Course provides my students with a skill to control their future income. And today, more than ever before, investors are  eagerly looking for hard assets to invest in – timing could not be better" Mr. Abraham added.

Only the very best entrepreneurial Applicants are accepted. For further details, Tuition fees, and for a telephone interview, details on the application process, serious parties need to call the executive director, Doug Saunders at 561-756-8074.

Jackie Smith

Course Director

The REDI Foundation

www.redii.org

Media Contact: RichardMichael Abraham The REDI Foundation, 561-756-8074, [email protected]

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