|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 08:11 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dynamics Capital Group's Karim Jaude is bringing together a panel of experienced real estate professionals to discuss "How to Buy Distressed Properties & Notes and Make a Fortune Without Losing Your Shirt," one of his ongoing series of Smart Real Estate Investor's Seminars. The evening event is geared to experienced and novice investors alike and will leave no stone unturned in examining the risks and rewards of this kind of investing. It also offers exclusive networking opportunities with the speakers and attendees. The seminar will be held at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel in Bel Air, 11461 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, on Tuesday, March 18, from 7 to 9pm.
"Distressed properties and notes can be extremely lucrative for experienced investors," explains Jaude. "However, there can be many pitfalls for the novice. In most cases, there are no contingencies allowed and many times you will not be able to get title insurance. Be careful, in addition, when buying a note, you will only be buying the lender's position not the property. The owner might have the right of redemption. They might sell their position to different people at the same time, and if you don't record your agreement immediately, you will lose you shirt. Come and learn how to make a fortune and avoid the risks."
The panelists include: Joe Cobert, who has been practicing real property law since 1975 and is known for his expertise in both transactional and litigation and has represented clients to successful outcomes in dozens of real estate lawsuits, many with millions of dollars at stake; Charles Salas, who is the senior underwriter at Seattle Funding Group's California Branch and has been involved in the origination, underwriting, funding and/or portfolio management for hundreds of millions of dollars in short-term, private loans; Mickey Kessler, who brings more than 20 years of experience as a realtor in Los Angeles and is highly regarded for having great knowledge of the real estate market, a talent for direct communications and a passion for providing excellent, ethical service to buyers and sellers; and Jaude, who made his first million at age 26 buying and fixing up distressed properties, has founded and operated 19 successful companies in eight countries, and developed, invested, financed, brokered, managed and consulted in thousands of real estate properties around the world.
To register for the seminar, visit the Dynamics Capital website or call 310.471.0650 or email [email protected]. The cost is $25 in advance or $35 at the door. CPAs will be able to earn two hours of CE credit.
The event is sponsored by California Capital Summit, All Cities Business & Finance, Los Angeles Venture Association and G-Ten-Mark Levinson.
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