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Rental Real Estate Investing Sessions Now Offered to Investors Online

May 15, 2014

Detroit, MI (PRWEB) May 15, 2014

Learning the ropes of investing in real estate from successful investors used to require a large investment of time and money. The JWB Real Estate Company has launched a new session series of rental real estate investing courses that are open to public at:

The goal of the sessions is to introduce the most effective ways that a person can enter the Florida housing market without having to purchase homes to flip or to sell with land contracts. The investing sessions take place with company specialists who provide access to the tools needed to build more ROI in the rental industry.

"We have well over 200 houses in our network of homes that investors use daily to earn revenue in the rental market, and we're opening up new opportunities for investors in any part of the U.S.," said a JWB Real Estate Capital source.

The investment sessions are scheduled with all new investors at a time that is convenient to learn the ins and outs of rental investing. A new package that explains the current market and opportunities available is also available for download on the JWB website.

"There are many investors who buy into foreclosed homes or under market value properties and become stuck with their investment due to non-rental activity," said the source.

The JWB Real Estate Capital website provides a one-click solution to interact with company specialists through an electronic system. Investors who have questions or want more information outside of the new sessions can access this new portal from the homepage.


The company offers ways to purchase turnkey rental properties throughout the state of Florida without a large investment. This company has a staff of professionals working together to support growth in the real estate market. The company offers a simple and effective way to own real estate in key markets. The website now provides a source of investment knowledge for interested men and women considering entering the housing market.

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