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This is the Largest Conference in the Country for Those Interested in Building Wealth through Real Estate Investing

DALLAS, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2014 Dallas Fort Worth Real Estate Investor (REI) Expo will be held January 25 and 26 at the Gaylord Texas Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, the first of four Expos scheduled for 2014.

Keynoting the Dallas event on Sunday will be Rick Sharga, executive vice president of Auction.com, one of the country's most frequently quoted sources on real estate, mortgage and foreclosure trends.

REI Expo is the nation's leading conference and trade show for real estate investors and others interested in building wealth through real estate investing. Founded in 2010 by North Texas real estate veterans Tim Herriage and Arnie Abramson, the show is designed to provide a platform for education, networking and training.

The first REI Expo was held in Dallas in January 2011, and since then, has grown to include regional expos in three other U.S. cities. This year, the Expo will also be held in Baltimore in April, Chicago in July and in Los Angeles in November.

"Our mission is to introduce potential real estate investors to all areas of the industry," explained Herriage. "As the premier real estate investor event nationwide, the DFW conference will be the largest event of the year with more than 1,000 attendees and over 100 exhibitors," Abramson added.

The 2014 REI Expo in Grapevine is both a real estate investor educational conference and real estate investment trade show. In 2013, nearly 800 people attended the event, which was held at the Hurst Conference Center.

During the past few years, the REI Expo has grown from a regional gathering in Texas to a nationwide series of high-content training events. In 2013, more than 2,500 real estate investors, vendors, and educators attended the REI Expos. In 2014, the REI Expo will continue its growth as a quarterly educational conference and trade show.

Registration is at www.REIExpo.com, or by calling 855-REI-EXPO.

Major sponsors of the Expo include The Home Depot, Auction.com, B2R Finance and HomeVestors of America.

More information and regular updates are available at www.reiexpo.com

CONTACT: Susie Lomelino
slomelino@calisepartners.com
214.269.2092

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