Real Estate Crowd Funding Explained – Special Presentation March 14, 2018

Real Estate Investors can have an advantage over their competition. Tapping the Crowd - Raising Capital the Wall Street Way, can show you how. Sign Up NOW.

Franklin Township, United States - March 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Tapping the Crowd – Raising Capital the Wall Street Way

CrowdFunding is a topic that many people hear about, but very few understand what it really is all about. Most people don’t know that Investors can utilize Syndication and CrowdFunding to fund their real estate business while lowering their costs for capital.

What if you could obtain all of the money you need, to do all of the real estate deals you want to do.

This is possible to do, and this is the exciting topic that Joel G. Block of Bullseye Capital will be discussing at a special event being hosted by Flipping NJ and the Tri-State FlipStarters Community on Wednesday, March 14th at 7:00 PM.

Investment Real Estate has attracted many new investors who are focused on buying and flipping or buying and holding properties. Most investors are not aware that they can utilize Wall Street techniques to help grow their business faster and create more wealth.

You can learn from an expert in the field when you attend this special presentation. Joel G. Block, will be spending the evening educating attendees about how you can use CrowdFunding, just like the Pros on Wall Street, to fund your real estate projects. He will share his 25+ years of experience in the industry and some secrets on how the rich make money utilizing CrowdFunding.

This event is especially important for those interested in Investment Real Estate. The Tri-State FlipStarters Community teaches their members how you can leverage money, time, knowledge and relationships to become a successful Real Estate Investor. At this presentation, you will gain a great deal of knowledge about Investment Real Estate and how CrowdFunding is changing the way Investors do business. Join us for this informative discussion by Master Syndicator, Joel G. Block.

FlipStarter Crowd Funding Presentation

Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

Location: 399 Campus Drive, Suite 310 (3rd Floor), Somerset, NJ 08873

Contact Flipping NJ for more details: (908) 262-2289

Sign Up Here:

If you are a serious investor and want to take your business to the next level, you will want to attend the 20th Real Estate Syndication and Hedge Fund Symposium Spring event, that Joel G. Block, CPA & Master Syndicator, and his Securities Attorney, Russ Frandsen teaches. This educational event is being held in Woodbridge New Jersey on April 22nd – 25th, 2018. At the Syndication Symposium, you will learn how to create a Fund, so you can raise and pool money to do your own deals, all while complying with SEC rules and regulations. This event is for those who have experience in real estate, who want to take their knowledge and business to the next level. This training will provide you with a great deal of information to help you grow your real estate investments, your network, and your wealth. Sign up here:

Contact Info:
Name: Lenny Hernandez
Organization: Flipping NJ
Address: 399 Campus Drive, Suite 310, Franklin Township, NJ 08873, United States
Phone: +1-908-262-2289

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