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National Real Estate Network Presents November 2006 Mega Evening Event with Equity Trust Company on Accelerating Wealth with Self Directed IRA

(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 31, 2006 ) Livonia, MI -- Mark Maupin, member of National Real Estate Network LLC. Said “Investors can now self directed IRA and in Michigan Market with of help of Equity Trust Company they are get returns that above any industry standard due knowing how, when and where to use their Self Directed IRA”Historically, real estate has provided many Americans with a stable investment vehicle that provides both income and appreciation. Very few Americans realize that they have the option to self direct their IRAs in real estate. Most investors believe that their only IRA investment options are bank CDs or the stock market. The tremendous advantages IRAs and other retirement plans offer Americans include the following: • The power of compound interest • Reduction of taxable income • Asset protection • Estate planning Edwin Kelly from Equity Trust Company will be coming to our November Meeting to discuss investing in real estate using your IRA's. Topics he will cover include: • Understanding the process of Self Directed investing • How to grow an IRA from $6k to $225k in 24 months • Make your children or grandchildren millionaires • Creating your own private bank • And Much, Much More Date: November 16th, 2006 Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pmLocation: Laurel Manor, 39000 Schoolcraft RdLivonia, MI 48150Call to Register NOW at 248-762-0800www.megaeveningevent.com


National Real Estate Netroit, LLC
Mark Maupin

mmaupin@donaterealestate.com

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