Are you looking for an alternative investment that outperforms inflation?
One that allows you control over its value?
One that provides excellent risk diversity?
If you answered 'yes' to the above questions then you should be interested in how real estate investing provides these benefits. To learn more about how Real Estate can be an excellent asset class with high growth potential, join us for a free webinar, co-sponsored by CamaPlan, at 5pm, Tuesday, March 26. Click here for registration.
This is a "no selling" educational seminar that will provide you a good understanding of the economic drivers that make real estate an excellent alternative to traditional investment vehicles like stocks, currency or natural resources. We'll also cover the various methods which can be deployed to invest in real estate from active "hands on" tactics to completely passive ways to build your wealth with distressed and rental real estate.
In this presentation you will learn:
The key economic drivers that benefits real estate
How market and demographic cycles are used to increase ROI
How to identify and evaluate real estate asset classes
The operational requirements to be a successful real estate investor
Funding strategies that fit your abilities and goals
How to use a self-directed IRA to invest in real estate.
Click here to register for the March 26 webinar at 5pm.
There are truly many advantages of investing in real estate and more millionaires have made their fortunes in real estate than anything else! Here is what some of the wealthiest Americans have said:
“Real estate is the basis for all wealth.”
“Buying real estate is the best, safest way to become wealthy.”
“90% of all millionaires made it through real estate.”
"I'd Buy Up 'A Couple Hundred Thousand' Single-Family Homes If I Could"
Join us at 5pm, Tuesday, March 26 to learn how you can prosper from investment in value-added real estate. Show up at your computer at the designated hour and click here to join us for this free and informative webinar.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Wendy Ceccherelli at 425-270-7292.