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Investment Property Training Video Added Online for Investors at Capital Company Website

June 25, 2014

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2014

Learning how to invest in real estate as a long-term strategy is rarely taught in local or state level universities in the United States. The JWB Real Estate Capital company has now added an investment property training video that is now offered as an educational tool to instruct new investors at

This training video now appears on the company homepage and introduces the exclusive rental market that is now opened in the Jacksonville, Florida area. The JWB company has created investing solutions for men and women over the past several years using all of the information contained in the new educational training video.

"We've added new training directly on our homepage to make it easy for a person to get instant tips and new strategies that can be applied to the real estate investing market," said a JWB Real Estate Capital source.

The investor training options that are supplied through the turnkey programs put out by the JWB company this year are based on internally created materials. Because the rental market is exclusive to Jacksonville, investors hoping to learn how to buy investment property for sale in other U.S. cities might not get the most benefits from the training.

"We've focused our growth on training new investors how to buy and earn cash flow for investment portfolios, and we now manage more than 200 properties monthly," said the source.

The JWB Real Estate Capital company has opened up contact with its training staff through the website this year to ensure faster responses are delivered to clients. Any person can access the investing team by chat or when calling the local Florida number in place.


The company has launched different investing platforms over the past three years in the state of Florida to expand housing investment opportunities for men and women across the United States. The company has updated video training platforms and textual content that exists on the homepage for easier access. A new customer staff supports requests online from a chat system that enables instant feedback and information distribution to investing clients.

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