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Larry Gamboa invites you to the Think Rich Pinoy Seminar on February 27, 2010

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Larry Gamboa, bestselling author of the book “Think Rich Pinoy“, is someone who I consider to be a great mentor and inspiration. I remember it was already more than  a year after I read the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki when I began to feel that the real estate investing concepts described by Robert Kiyosaki were hard to apply in the Philippine setting.


I realized I was wrong when I  stumbled upon the book “Think Rich Pinoy” by chance.

Thanks to Larry’s book, I realized that it really is possible to apply Rich Dad’s real estate investing principles in the Philippines, which is exactly what I am doing right now.

Recently, Larry sent an invitation to his mailing list for the upcoming Think Rich Pinoy Seminar which happens on February 27, 2010, Saturday, 8AM to 5PM, at the PhilAm Life Building, UN Avenue, Manila, Philippines. I would like to share his invitation to all of you below…

Hi Jay,

A few days ago, I asked you to give me your two burning questions in real estate investing. The response I got was phenomenal, 186 questions from 93 people. I could spend the whole year just answering your questions.

But I noticed that most of the questions were all about “How do I Start in Real Estate Investing?”

That brought me back to how I started myself.

I knew nothing about real estate. I couldn’t identify a good deal even if it was staring me in the face. I didn’t know how to buy much less sell properties. I did not know how to compute ROI.

But as I started doing it, things became clearer, bit by bit, one deal after another. As I learned from people and from experience, I started to develop my own system of buying and selling real estate ‘rent-to-own’.

Through the years, I refined the system until I could write a book about it. I enjoyed it so much, I wrote 2 more books about it. But apparently the books were not enough because I would get question after question on how do I do it.

Finally, I called up Bo Sanchez (or he called me) and we decided to do a seminar on Financial Literacy and Real Estate Investing. Thus the Think Rich Pinoy Wealth Seminar was born.

Click here to enroll for the Think Rich Pinoy Seminar!

This is where the journey of a lot Pinoy Real Estate Investors started. You’ve heard the story of Eden and how she started with reading books and attending this seminar.(If you haven’t, just watch the video below)

She’s not the only one who started through the seminar. There’s Jessie who’s a seafarer and his wife Apple who used to work in a multinational bank. There’s also Kristine a former HR practitioner. And so many others. . .

If you’ve been wanting to ask me PERSONALLY about your burning questions on Real Estate Investing, here’s your chance. On February 27, 2010, I will be holding the next Think Rich Pinoy Wealth Seminar. This is my personal invitation to meet you.

Let’s talk about how you can start, how you can raise capital and how you can identify good deals. Let’s talk about what’s stopping you from starting. Or if you’ve already started, like Eden, let’s talk about your challenges.

The great thing about this is, it won’t be just me. We have a number of speakers lined up. Bo Sanchez, my life mentor, a preacher, entrepreneur and investor himself will be speaking. Our sponsor, Philamlife, will be sending a speaker on wealth management. A good friend of mine, who’s much bigger than I am in real estate and owns apartment buildings in Makati, will be speaking and sharing (mystery speaker).

Plus, you have young Think Rich Pinoy Franchisees who despite their youth and lack of capital, started to invest and make money in real estate.

So if you’ve been wanting to personally ask me a question, let’s meet at the Seminar. Meet me on February 27, 2010 at the Philamlife Training Pavilion, UN Avenue, Manila. Click here to reserve a seat. We have limited seats (120 at the most). So we will have to close down reservations Feb. 22, 2010.

Warmest Regards,

Larry Gamboa

P.S. I’m serious about meeting you and answering your questions personally. Every seminar is unique in that way because each batch brings out questions unique to their situation. If you want a definite answer to your burning question, click here and reserve your seat now!

P.P.S. Seat reservation/orders ENDS Feb. 22, 2010. After Feb. 22, 2010 you will be put in a priority list for the next Think Rich Pinoy Wealth Seminar.

By the way, If you are not yet part of Larry’s mailing list, what are you waiting for?! Click here to join and claim your free Silver membership NOW! Remember, Silver membership is absolutely free!

To our financial freedom!

Jay Castillo
Real Estate Investor
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