TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 02/19/13 -- WHAT: Toronto's "Condo King", Brad J. Lamb, to conduct free condominium investment workshop, P.O.W.E.R. Investing to Real Estate Millions.
Download flyer here: http://bit.ly/VYnLGm.
WHERE: Sheraton Centre Toronto. 123 Queen St. West. Toronto, Ontario.
WHEN: Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 from 1pm - 4pm.
ABOUT: As Canada's most quoted real estate expert, Brad J. Lamb is continually asked to comment on real estate investment opportunities, which is why he has developed a condominium investment workshop. The workshop was developed from Brad's concern that Canadians, and particularly the younger generation, are not planning enough for their financial future. Brad J. Lamb would like to share his knowledge and use of the simple principles of investing in real estate, the same principles that he practiced and continues to practice.
If you're interested in attending, please email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 416.368.5262. For media attendance, please email email@example.com.
ABOUT BRAD J. LAMB
Brad J. Lamb has been selling real estate in Toronto since 1988. In 1995, he founded Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc., a boutique brokerage operation specializing in urban condos, lofts, and townhomes. Over the past 20 years, the company has acted as the exclusive broker for 100+ of the top developments in Toronto. To date, Brad J. Lamb has been involved in real estate sales over $7.5 billion dollars and over 21,000 properties sold. Furthermore, with over $1.3 billion of condominiums developed in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Calgary.
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