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How To Build Your Wealth In Real Estate

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1801 S Mopac Expressway Suite 100

Austin, TX 78746

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We help investors find the best real estate investment deals with up to 20% ROI. Are you ready to join them? If you are interested in starting your investment journey and succeeding in the entrepreneurial world of real estate, we hope you can join us for an evening seminar. During the seminar, you will learn why you should use real estate to build wealth, what you will need to start, and proven principles to use to ensure success. The class content is meant to be a how to guide for finding, qualifying, purchasing, and operating your investment.

Please send your questions, comments and feedback to: info@wgrouprealestate.com

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Schuyler Williamson:

As an MBA, real estate agent and investor, Schuyler brings a strong background of service and sales, along with a diverse network of Austin connections, to every interaction. Schuyler graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and was the first person to be drafted and play professional baseball out of USMA. After playing for the Detroit Tigers, Schuyler graduated from multiple Army schools, including Army Ranger School, and served for nearly 6 years as a combat arms officer in the Army with the 1st Cavalry and 82nd Airborne Divisions. He was honored to serve overseas in both Iraq and Afghanistan. In his post-Army career, Schuyler graduated from The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business with his MBA, served as the Director of Membership Divisions for Keller Williams Realty International. He is also an active speaker and consultant on networking, leadership, productivity, and sales initiatives. He is highly results-oriented and very passionate about helping people achieve their goals.


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