FREE Equity Management Seminar in Irvine

Posted on July 31, 2007. Filed under: Home Seller Tips, Informed Investor Alliance, Orange County Real Estate, Orange County things to do |

Calling all South Orange County Homeowners!!!  I wanted to post about a great event coming up on August 28th at Waters Lakehouse, off of Irvine lake….  

YOU are invited to Derek Beisner and William Jordan’s one of a kind FREE DINNER Seminar!!  As a personal investor I didn’t think I would learn much by going but I surely did and took lots of good notes 🙂  Derek and William are totally on key with creative ideas to maximize your money.


You are cordially invited to attend a FREE DINNER SEMINAR.

This event is by invitation only.  Please R.S.V.P. to reserve the number of seats you’ll need.  Seating is limited, so call Bettie Blauser at (949) 380-8600 xt 221 today.

How the Affluent Manage Home Equity to Safely

and Conservatively Build Wealth”

This Financial Seminar is designed to help you learn the following:

·    Why people fear mortgages and why you shouldn’t!

·    Why large equity in your home can be a big disadvantage!

·    Why you should separate equity from your home!

·    If you were offered an investment that could never go up in value, but might go down, how much of it would you want?  How much do you already have?!

·    Is equity in your home a prudent investment?

·    Should you make extra principle payments on your mortgage?

·    Does substantial equity in your home enhance your net worth?

You will also learn the one secret to financial planning that

most professionals don’t even use!

You do not want to miss this workshop if you:

·    Have equity in real estate.

·    Are planning to retire within the next 1 – 20 years and want to maximize your income in retirement.

·    Would like to increase your wealth without taking additional risks.

Your hosts and speakers will be William Jordan and Derek Beisner. Derek Beisner has been a Mortgage Professional for over 11 years and has helped his clients achieve their financial goals with his unique approach to Strategic Equity Management.  Derek has helped many of the Weeks Team buyers with mortgage advice and great rates.  William is President of Sentinel Capital Management, Inc.  For the last decade, William has been educating and assisting Orange County’s investors in planning their financial futures.   He does this by designing financial strategies to allow them to accomplish the financial goals that are most important in their lives without undue sacrifices to lifestyle or unnecessary investment risk.   Mike & I PERSONALLY use William as our “financial strategizer” and think that he is one of the smartest people we know.  If your financial advisor calls you once a year on your birthday you need to talk to William. 

This is an educational seminar with no attempt to sell specific investments.  There is no cost or obligation.  We guarantee it will be time well spent!!

Tuesday, August 28th @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Waters Lakehouse Restaurant

4615 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA

Check in time is 6:15

Seating is limited and reservations are required.  Everyone attending learns seldom heard money-saving strategies.  Reservation Line:  (949) 380-8600 xt 221.

P.S.  Call now because seats can fill up quickly.Call (949) 380-8600 xt 221 ask for Bettie.

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