Denise L. Evans received her law degree from the University of Alabama Law School, with a concentration in real estate, tax, and finance. While a law student, she served on the Board of Editors for the Journal of the Legal Profession, published two scholarly articles, was Director of the Legal Research Department, and clerked with a law firm that had a large real estate practice. She graduated at the top of her class, earning the prestigious Henderson M. Somerville Prize. Afterwards, she spent several years in Houston, Texas in commercial litigation, much of it real estate-related. At the pinnacle of her legal career, she headed a specialized department of eight litigation attorneys and support staff, and conducted legal training for lawyers throughout south Texas.
Today, she is a successful business woman in a variety of real estate-related businesses, including one which she sold several years ago for a profit of several million dollars. She is a licensed commercial real estate broker with a very active practice. She has twenty years of experience in conducting seminars, consulting, and passing on her secrets and insights to other people, as well as successfully implementing them herself. Ms. Evans has implemented, tested, and proven all of the concepts in How to Make Money on Foreclosures.
Never content to rest on her laurels, she applied for, and was accepted as, a candidate for the coveted CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designation. Ms. Evans serves on the finance committee of the Birmingham chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) and is a research associate for the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at the University of Alabama. She organized a very successful merchants' association for her part of town, and serves as President.
She resides with her husband, two Chinese Pugs, a German Shepherd, half a million honey bees (really!) and assorted wildlife on forty acres of relatively blissful peace on Lake Tuscaloosa, in Alabama.