Hard $: Understanding Private/Hard Money Lending for Real Estate Investment

26 Mar

Hard $: Understanding Private/Hard Money Lending for Real Estate Investment

Hard $: Understanding Private/Hard Money Lending for Real Estate Investment

Thursday, March 26, 2020 (1:00 PM to 4:00 PM)
3.00 CE Hours
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Not all residential real estate buyers are families with 2.5 children. Real estate investors currently make up a quarter of the residential real estate market. If you want their business, you need to understand their needs. Whether you're looking for new ways to diversify your client base and increase your service offerings or just want to offer existing investor clients more options and greater expertise, this program will help you familiarize yourself with private finance and hard money lending for real estate investment.

Please Note: If you have previously taken this course, the Georgia Real Estate Commission requires 366 days before you can receive credit.

THIS CLASS WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM: https://zoom.us/j/334010012

Your virtual class will maintain the same class standards and requirements as if you were physically sitting among your classmates and instructor. The same policies for attendance and participation apply.

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Kenneth Igwe

Kenneth's areas of expertise are: general business, real estate, finance and banking. Previously a Chief Operating Officer of Brisco Capital Group, an oil distribution Company and Associate Director of Wharton Gladden, an investment banking firm. Kenneth understands the needs of his clients and counsels them on entity selection, formation, maintenance and dissolution, and business succession planning. Kenneth also works with property owners, lenders, individuals and businesses on a range of real estate matters including lease agreements, options to purchase, easements and purchase and sale agreements. Such work often includes agreement negotiation, review and drafting, and dispute resolution.

Kenneth holds a BSc in Mathematics from Morehouse College.