Big weekend for Investors

More than 600 people will attend a special real estate forum this weekend in Toronto, with multi-family opportunities one of the key topics that will be discussed and debated by investors and experts.

The Investor Forum, hosted by Canadian Real Estate Wealth, will take place on March 22 and 23 at the International Centre.

With investor interests and portfolios becoming more diverse of late, the conference agenda has been altered to match the needs of all those interested in winning in real estate.

Attendees will be able to network and learn from the likes of Brad J. Lamb, host of HGTV reality show Big City Broker and owner of Lamb Development Corp., Peter Freed, owner of Freed Developments also known as the King of King West, and real estate lawyer and Toronto Star columnist, Mark Weisleder.

“There’s no other event in Canada that brings together this many independent experts from all across the country,” says Chris Davis, event organiser. “In terms of the sheer volume of content, the event will host the best experts, speakers, journalists and analysts to give investors an unbiased, comprehensive outlook of the investing landscape in 2014.”

Over 60 national exhibitors and industry experts will be on hand to offer advice, information and leads that could help investors along the path to financial success in real estate.

For more information please visit: www.toronto.theinvestorforum.ca

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