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MAY 4: NEAL BAWA - MULTI-FAMILY INVESTING & HOUSING TRENDS / ONLINE TRAINING

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Michele Swinick

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REAL ESTATE INVESTING - HOUSING TRENDS - MARKET UPDATE & FORECAST - MULTIFAMILY U - NEAL BAWA

Neal Bawa is the Founder/Lead Instructor of MultifamilyU. “Discover How You Can Invest Smarter And With Less Hassle, While Building A Tax-Advantaged Financial Fortress.” Neal brings a new perspective to Real Estate Investing & the Housing Trends. DATA IS KEY…He shares his unique analyzing strategies & resources for this critical DATA while providing an overview of the market, our economy & why his information affects everyone's lives.  www.MultifamilyU.com

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Helping The People is a Real Estate Company, Home Resource Center & Nonprofit that provides Relationship-Based Real Estate & Promotes Consumer Products - all with a Socially Conscious Purpose. Our "SUPPORT OUR VETERANS" program enables EVERYONE to FINANCIALLY assist VETERANS & NEVER DONATE!

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