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Real Estate Investment Network(TM) Partners with Cambridge House International for the Canadian Investor Conference

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- Cambridge House has partnered with Canada's most trusted source of unbiased real estate investment analysis and research - The Real Estate Investment Network(TM) (REIN). At the Canadian Investor Conference, REIN Founding Partner, Senior Analyst and Best Selling Author Don R. Campbell, will be giving a feature presentation discussing lucrative opportunities for Canadian real estate investors.

Don made his first investment into residential real estate in BC's Fraser Valley back in 1985, while working part time at a retail store. Since that time he has systemized real estate investing for Canadians looking for investments that produce positive cash flow. While teaching and sharing his research with Canadians, Don continues to add to his personal real estate portfolio, and now has extensive holdings across the country. Many successful years later, Don is showing thousands of Canadians the exact steps he takes, even today, to invest for long term results.

Don is the author of the best-selling Canadian real estate book Real Estate Investing in Canada. Published in May 2005, it has become the all-time best-selling real estate book in Canadian history.

Don's entertaining and informative presentations have been attended by thousands of real estate investors across North America, Australia and Ireland. He can speak in detail on any market in Canada and is not afraid to tell the truth about where the market is headed. He has become a valuable radio and TV guest for call-in shows. His research and systems have been developed and refined yearly for the last 20 years and are based solely on proven Canadian strategies that work in today's market environment.

Since 1991, REIN members have purchased over $4 Billion in Canadian real estate becoming the most sought after thought leaders for real estate investors and professionals.

Don will be live onstage at the Vancouver Convention Centre West for a keynote address on Sunday, June 1 at 11:00am to offer his advice on profitable opportunities in real estate investment. The Real Estate Investment Network (TM) team will be available to talk one-on-one with investors at their trade show booth for the duration of the conference on June 1-2. Featured real estate companies will follow Don's keynote onstage with their own investment opportunities and also be available to speak one-on-one with investors at their booths on the trade show floor; Prestigious Properties, Western Canadian Properties Group Ltd., CapGain Properties Inc. and HomeUnion.

To register for the Canadian Investor Conference now, visit our Registration Page.

Free online registration is available now.

By registering your attendance online now, you will save a $20.00 entrance fee charged at the door.

About the conference: The Canadian Investor Conference will be Canada's leading diversified investment event, held in Vancouver, Canada. Various industries will come together for this 2-day event to cover Technology, Real Estate, Mineral Exploration, Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Life Sciences and Energy Metals. Top industry analysts, newsletter writers, c-suite executives, hedge fund managers, trends forecasters and finance celebrities will cover speculative and direct investments and strategies, economic outlook and macro trends. The tradeshow floor will host over 100 company booths, 3 speaker halls and an expected attendance of thousands of nationals and international investors.

For more information please visit CambridgeHouse.com

Contacts:
Media Contact:
Cambridge House International Inc.
Karen Renaud
1-877-363-3356 or 604-398-5356
[email protected]
www.cambridgehouse.com

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