Wall Street to Your Street: What you must know in the new era of real estate
A fundamental shift has begun to occur in the way people invest. Multiple factors are causing this, but it can be credited primarily to a combination of technology growth and financial legislation changes.
The introduction of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act in April 2012 has changed legislation that will dramatically affect the way Americans invest in real estate. It is opening new opportunities to the public that were previously available only to people within select circles of influence. The final JOBS Act rulings go into effect in late September, and opportunistic companies like Caliber are positioning themselves to capitalize on the changes.
In short, if you invest in real estate, you should watch this event video.
Discover valuable insight presented by a panel of subject matter experts. The panel included:
- Sinclair Noe – Veteran Radio Broadcaster and host of “Financial Review with Sinclair Noe” on KFNN Money Radio 1510
- Gary Zwillinger – Zwillinger Greek & Knecht PC Attorneys at Law
- Jack Dearing – Zwillinger Greek & Knecht PC Attorneys at Law
- Corey Schwartz – Caliber Distressed Real Estate Income Fund
- JP Dahdah – Vantage Self-Directed Retirement Plans
- Mark Barone – Barone & Knipe Certified Public Accountants
- Zach Fuller – Caliber – The Wealth Development Company
During this panel forum you’ll discover:
- What the JOBS Act will do to the real estate investment business
- How you can capitalize on these changes
- How to increase your security during this paradigm shift
- Tax, legal, and retirement planning considerations
- An entirely new class of investor that is being created
- Why new technology and legislation may affect Wall Street as much as email affected the U.S. Postal Service
- A new investment methodology that is growing at over 50% per year, with an estimated market of over $2 trillion in the United States alone