InvestPlus Keynote Speaking @ ACRE Real Estate Investor Summit in Calgary

Domenic Mandato, CEO of InvestPlus REIT has been invited once again to give several keynote presentations to real estate investors at the upcoming ACRE Real Estate Investor Summit in Calgary, Alberta from March 6 to 8, 2020.

The main topic of conversation is how to use your RRSPs to buy multi-family and commercial real estate. Often many real estate investors get stuck on how to keep growing their portfolio holdings beyond three, four or five properties. InvestPlus REIT is a great option and solution for investors.

“Anyone looking for passive income is a great candidate for InvestPlus REIT,” says Domenic Mandato, CEO of InvestPlus REIT. “Also anyone who doesn’t have the time or the knowledge to invest in real estate should really consider a more passive approach like InvestPlus REIT.”

All real estate investors, no matter if you have zero, one, five or 10+ properties are encouraged to attend the ACRE Real Estate Investor Summit in Calgary.

“When you attend a Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) event like ACRE, you are surrounded with like-minded individuals that create a culture of care and collaboration that ultimately puts you in an environment to succeed,” says JG Francoeur, Chief Growth Officer of REIN Canada. “REIN has educated more than 151,000 real estate investors in Canada and that has translated into those investors growing their net worth by 5.34 Billion dollars, so you’re in good hands!”


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