UMBC Real Estate Club
The following message is from Brentin Hess, a student at Towson University:
I’m looking for someone who may be interested in the idea of starting The Real Estate Club at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. I started our very own Real Estate Club this semester here at Towson University. In just 3 short months, we became one of the largest organizations on campus having over 300 members, and over 90 who showed up to our meeting last week. We are being featured all over campus, including our school newspaper, news, radio, classes, and much more. We have an excellent product, a leadership board of 16 members, and a proven model for success. I would like the opportunity to team up with an entrepreneur at UMBC to start a highly successful Real Estate Club similar to the one here at Towson; helping hundreds of students at your University build their personal wealth and get into the Real Estate Business.
If anyone is indeed interested, I will be able to help them get their Real Estate license for FREE – an exceptional, limited-time opportunity that you will find nowhere else. I got my Real Estate license 2 years ago and have since built a lucrative side business having helped many clients buy and sell houses, in addition to “flipping” 2 houses myself. The Real Estate field presents a plethora of opportunities for young entrepreneurs as you may already know, which is why I would like to help others at UMBC be their own boss, run their own business, “Flip”/Rehab houses, and build their personal wealth in Real Estate. I have seen this club change the lives of many students here at Towson, and my goal is to help do the same at UMBC. It’s truly remarkable the people you meet in the process and it’s a reward inside itself.
If you, or anyone you know, may be interested in becoming the Founder (great resume booster) of the soon-to-be largest organization UMBC has ever seen (The Real Estate Club), please email me at Brentin@BrentinHess.com. Let’s team up and start The Real Estate Club together! My goal is to find someone by the end of the week, so any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated, even an announcement or email to any professors and/or friends.