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Sandy Shaud Photo Sandy Shaud
Real Estate Investment, Publisher

"What On-line TV Can Do For You!"

Listen to Briefing from 02/02/07 & Receive Handout

During her 20 years in the mortgage industry, Sandy Shaud saw many clients who were unprepared for retirement with limited savings and investments. While working full time, Sandy was able to build a portfolio of income producing real estate in her spare time and wanted to help others learn that they could do the same. In the spring of 2006, Sandy launched as a free, educational e-zine which has videos, podcasts and articles devoted solely to Real Estate Investing.

Sandy has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Management (1985) from Syracuse University in Syracuse NY, a Masters of Arts in Spiritual Psychology (2003) from The University of Santa Monica in Santa Monica California and also graduated from a one year program in Soul Centered Leadership (2005) from the University of Santa Monica. Sandy has also held a real estate license for 20 years.

Your host for this briefing is Jack Peckham, Executive Director of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society.

Contact Information:

Sandy Shaud
Publisher, Real Estate Investment
14431 Ventura Blvd #351
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
(v) 818-262-3250
(f) 818-988-4286

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