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Stewart Resnick to Keynote the Creative Financing Conference

August 22, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Real Estate Weekly News -- Investing in real estate requires opportunity and capital. New ways to finance real estate projects and 'out of the box strategies' are discussed at the upcoming Creative Financing Conference. ChairmanSamuel K. Freshman says, "fifty years after I entered the real estate market the question I hear is still the same, 'can you help me prepare my loan package so my deal can get funded'? This year I decided to answer these questions with an all-day forum to be held at the Sheraton LAX on September 16, 2014 featuring luncheon keynote speaker Stewart Resnick, Chairman and owner of Roll Global."

The Creative Financing Conference has partnered with Koss REsource, Stanford Professionals in Real Estate, UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, Pepperdine University School of Law, London School of EconomicsAlumni and University of San Diego real estate centers and radio program AM870 The Answer with Barak Lurie to bring together up to 400 borrowers to hear expert lenders share how to get your deals financed. Borrowers will be able to hear from lenders, brokers and professionals to discuss crowd funding, EB5 international investors, family offices, private and institutional lenders, unconventional lenders, syndication, environmental remediation, unusual and unique ways to fund real estate projects.

The full day of valuable information and networking makes the Creative Financing Conference a must for borrowers and lenders. Anyone financing real estate is encouraged to attend and explore many new options available to help close on their projects. For registration and more information visit or contact Heidi Nietert at or 310 864 2402.

Keywords for this news article include: Real Estate, Creative Financing Conference.

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Source: Real Estate Weekly News

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