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October General Meeting - Using REITs to Accumulate Wealth & Generate Income

Sent on: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 5:19 PM

REIA NYC October 2012 General Meeting Notice…

Using Real Estate Investment Trusts to Accumulate Wealth & Generate Income


Investing in Commercial Real Estate via REITs
Date: Wednesday, 10/10/2012 @ 6:00PM – 9:30PM
Location: The New Yorker Hotel, 481 8th Avenue (34th Street), 3rd Floor, NYC 10001
Price: Active REIA NYC Members: $10 / Non-Members: $25
This presentation will highlight how Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can be used to acquire ownership in Commercial Income Generating Properties.
Focus Areas:
  • The distinctions between traded and non-traded REITS
  • How REITs have made it possible for tens of thousands of investors to participate in the ownership of commercial real estate.
  • How REITs may be a useful way to acquire wealth &/or generate income.
  • How REITs eliminate the hazards of individual property management and ownership
Register Today CLICK HERE 
The presentation is geared to those who have any interest in owning commercial real estate but lack the large amounts of capital required to do so or lack the time and ability to actively manage and operate individually owned properties.

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are an efficient way for many investors to invest in commercial and residential real estate businesses. As an investment, REITs combine the best features of real estate and stocks. They give an investor a practical and effective means to include professionally-managed real estate in a diversified investment portfolio.
A REIT is a company that owns, and in most cases, operates income-producing real estate such as apartments, shopping centers, offices, hotels and warehouses. Some REITs also engage in financing real estate.
Who Invests in REITs?
Tens of thousands of individual investors own shares of REITs. Investors typically are attracted to REITs for their high levels of current income, capital appreciation and the opportunity for moderate long-term growth. These are the basic characteristics of real estate.
Why Should I Invest in REITs?
REITs are total return investments. They typically provide high dividends plus the potential for moderate, long-term capital appreciation. Long-term total returns of REIT stocks are likely to be somewhat less than the returns of higher risk high-growth stocks and somewhat more than the returns of lower risk bonds. Because most REITs also have a small-to-medium equity market capitalization, their returns should be comparable to other small to mid-sized companies.
Guest Speaker – Alexander J. Brnych
Alexander J. Brnych has been an investment Counselor with David Lerner Associates since 2007 and has in that time built a client book of more than 625 accounts totaling $40,000,000 of investor assets. Among these client assets are more than $15,000,000 of REITs. Mr. Barnych is often a featured speaker at David Lerner Investment Seminars.


Register today and explore the world of commercial real through the world of REITs.
CLICK HERE  or call (646)[masked]

Happy Investing,

REIA NYC (a National REIA Chapter)
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