GENERAL Membership Meeting -3 Ways to Make Money with Tax Sales by Bob Diamond, Esq.
This is a FREE event for DIG members and guests.
⭐🌟⭐DIG General Meeting⭐🌟⭐
📅Date: September 26, 2019
🗣Speaker: Bob Diamond, Esq.Topic: 3 Ways to Make Money with Tax Sales
Bob Diamond, a graduate of Villanova University in Finance, Temple Law School, and a long-standing past DIG member, started his real estate career in 1991. Bob is a practicing real estate attorney, real estate developer, and published author of three books on foreclosure investing. You may be familiar with Bob from his appearances on FOX, NBC, or CNBC or on his real estate radio show.
Over the past 20 years, Bob has personally been involved in the negotiation of over $100M in real estate transactions as counsel, advisor, investor or agent. His investments cover both commercial and residential real estate using advanced real estate investing techniques including buying discounted liens, notes and judgments, buying out of bankruptcy, short sales, taking under and subject to, straight equity purchases, multi-units and condo conversions.
Join us on September 26th to hear this dynamic speaker and learn his strategy for success with tax sales!
Mark your calendars for September 26th, 6-9 pm at North Hills Country Club. We’ll see you there!
This event is hosted by Diversified Investors Group (DIG).
First time guests and DIG members are always FREE.
If you are a returning non-DIG member guest, we welcome you to attend for a $25 fee collected at the meeting. Better yet, join the crowd and become a DIG member now online and save! Once a member you will unlock the many exclusive benefits valued by DIG members. To name a few, enjoy: a monthly newsletter, Home Depot rebates, special discounts offered by DIG affiliates, educational seminars, and above all networking with other members from the overall premier REIA in the region!
If you are investing in real estate or are thinking about getting started, you need to join DIG now!
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