How A Famous Real Estate Mogul Got Started In Business

Phoenix, AZ (PressExposure) April 16, 2008 -- Best selling author, real estate investing expert, speaker and television personality Dean Graziosi, started his investing career at the age of 16. He purchased a car, renovated it, and sold it for a profit. Shortly after this early success, he set his sights on residential real estate. Still a teenager, he purchased a run-down apartment building that he renovated and turned into a profitable venture. This purchase was a forerunner to his future and he went on to earn millions of dollars through real estate investing.

Not content to keep the secrets to his success to himself, he was driven to teach others the success techniques that worked so well for him. He wrote and produced his first infomercial in 1998. His flagship program shared with viewers how to buy and sell cars for profit and helped people across America make money with cars. This program was wildly successful, and he later created his incredibly popular real estate investing infomercial. This program is filled with practical investing advice based on his 20 years of real estate investing experience and is still seen nationwide.

His first book was released in 2006 and reached the New York Times best-seller list. This book detailed his strategy for finding success and fulfillment in life. His second book, is already selling thousands of copies per week and is sure to be another best seller. In addition to his managing his investing programs, Dean Graziosi [http://www.totallyfulfilledpressrelease.com] creates successful infomercials for clients and serves as a consult to top professionals in many different markets.

About Dean Graziosi

Dean Graziosi [http://www.totallyfulfilledpressrelease.com] is a successful real estate investment expert and speaker. For more information about his books, courses and materials, visit Dean Graziosi.

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