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guest | 13 Mar 2012, 01:15 PM Agree 0

“When I saw the lineup for the Canadian Real Estate Wealth Investor Forum, I was, once again, impressed at the level we will play at in Toronto,” said Wade Graham, president of Higher Ground Real Estate Investments. “You are the average of the five closest people to you, so if you are looking to up that average this is the place to do it!”
That may best reflect the thinking of hundreds of investors readying to converge on the city’s Metro Convention Centre for the two-day conference, April 28 and 29.
They won’t be alone, with a list of 75-plus solution providers and high-level speakers taking to the podium and to panel discussions to help direct investors through that changing landscape.
“The Great Debate - Boom, Bubble or Bust” session – presented by John Tory, host of NEWSTALK 1010 -- continues to attract most of those delegates, hungry for expert analysis on the future of Canada’s much-talked-about housing market.
More certain, said another industry leader set to address attendees, is the increasing need for investors to ditch the go-it-alone strategy at a time when the economy is dictating the opposite approach.
"The results of the group far outweigh those of the individual, every time," said the Forum’s keynote speaker Bruce Croxon, star of the CBC’s Dragons’ Den and co-founder of Lavalife.
Increasing, the most successful businesses are built upon partnership and collaboration, said the J-V specialist, who’ll use his own intense entrepreneurial path to walk the audience through that process and the challenges routinely limiting success.
But Canada’s property investors are continuing to write successful stories despite an ever-changing climate.
Indeed, those stories continue to pour as CREW parses through nominations for its Top Investor Awards show, rounding off the Forum’s first evening.
Nominations remain open until Friday, March 16, with investors continuing to put forward colleagues and themselves.
That date will also mark the close of Early Bird pricing for the Toronto Forum, an offer of 20 per cent off each delegate pass—with access to a host of networking opportunities before, during and after complementary luncheons, drinks receptions and coffee breaks.
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  • Irene | 17 Mar 2012, 06:20 PM Agree 0
    Looking forward to the Forum this year!
    Last year we won a trip to Barbados, maybe we'll get lucky this year again :)
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