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Real Estate provides an important part of a smart investor's portfolio. Learn about your choices and what could work for your goals.
Chris is the Chief Investment Officer at Kirkland Capital Group, which he co-founded. He brings over 25 years of investment industry expertise specializing in corporate and venture finance, business valuation, business operations efficiency, regulatory compliance practices, securities research, portfolio management, arbitrage trading and hedging.
Brock is the Chief Operating Officer at Kirkland Capital Group, which he co-founded. His career has been at the intersection of technology, finance, and real estate in Asia and America. He has expertise in construction, mortgage bank underwriting, wholesale loan origination, and built the first web-based end-to-end loan technology platform.
This free 1-hour webinar is the one you need to begin your learning about Real Estate Investment. You'll thank us later!
Learn how Real Estate is different from public market investment products like stocks, index funds, or mutual funds
Journey along with two Real Estate investors to discover different approaches and how that affected their lifestyles
Learn how you can leverage retirement funds to invest in Real Estate
We dive into these two new Real Estate investors different approaches to help you decide on your own path
After the whipsaw movements on the stock market this year, and more to come according to most analysts, many smart investors are looking to Real Estate.
As you consider investing in Real Estate, you will have questions and concerns, as any discerning investor would.
In this one-hour webinar led by Brock Freeman and Chris Carsley, you will learn the answers to these and other questions, and journey along with two investors who choose different Real Estate investment paths. At the end you will have a solid foundation for choosing your own path which aligns with your lifestyle and goals.
The different personas vis-à-vis active and passive investing really helped me visualize where I fit in that landscape.
I've gone to talks/sessions that target both the general public or Millennials/Gen Z and either the content is too advanced and technical without sufficient context, or it's dumbed down so much that the presenter appears condescending. That was not the case with this workshop.