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DealFlowGame: Experiential Real Estate Investing Game (February 9, 2019)
DealFlow is a 2 Day Event (Feb. 9th and 23rd). You can complete the 2nd half of the Game as scheduled (recommended) or another day. For other dates go to: This is NOT a board game. It's a HIGHLY interactive Game designed to accelerate your investment knowledge through EXPERIENCING deals while uncovering what's stopping you and where your knowledge best serves you and others. You'll compete and negotiate for capital, partners, terms and resources to get deals done while facing game events designed for, "When emotions are high, intelligence is low." NOTE: There are NO expensive seminars, coaching/mentorship fees, MLM or sales of any type offered. Bring a calculator and/or tablet and your cell phone. $495.00 includes parking, continental breakfasts, lunches, snacks & beverages for both days, your annual membership for networking and access to deals.

Seaport Conference Center

459 Seaport Court · Redwood City

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What we're about

DealFlow is an interactive experience-based learning environment where the teacher is the student and the student is the teacher. Opportunities are never lost – others take the ones you miss as you experience wholesaling, fix and flips, rehabs, subject-to agreements, lease-purchases, options, commercial & multi-family transactions, land development, special use projects & financing strategies. Players network with each other and resources during the Game then work on real deals for two weeks and return for the second half of the Game to learn, share and experience more DealFlow.

As you work with capital providers and title & insurance companies competing for all types of real estate offerings, at any moment unexpected *events occur building your due diligence and risk analysis.


Players compete for deals while facing:

*Fraud, Crime, Embezzlement, Deceit & Misguided Counsel
*Insurance & Tenant Challenges
*Economic & Environmental Setbacks
*Property Problems
*Personal & Political Issues

Make your investment mistakes here. Not in the real world.

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