FREE Workshop – How to retire earlier, better and warmer through Real Estate Investing

That’s right, it’s time for another one of my famous Millionaire Real Estate Investor workshops, where we explore proven models for building wealth and helping people reach and exceed their retirement goals.

You will learn how Millionaire Real Estate Investors have built wealth; see the long term difference between investing in stocks and real estate; learn how to maximize your profits in the condo market; and yes, we’ll talk about flips!

When: Wednesday, August 15th 7-8:30pm,

Where: 9-871 Victoria Street North, Kitchener Ontario

Cost: FREE if you RSVP to benjamin(AT)benjaminbach(DOT)com or 519 570 4447

There are only 20 spots.

Anyone can do it. Not everyone will. Will you ? Email me NOW to reserve your seat!

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Benjamin Bach is a Sales Representative with Keller Williams Golden Triangle Realty in Kitchener Waterloo. He is passionate about helping people build wealth, and educates investors from across North America, helping them develop a Financial Future Focus of where they will take their portfolio.

If you are interested in how you can start your Real Estate Investment portfolio, have any questions about buying or selling a rental, income or investment property in the Waterloo Region, or are looking for a tip on a great book to read, please email Benjamin at (benjamin(AT) or call him at 519 570 4447.

One response to “FREE Workshop – How to retire earlier, better and warmer through Real Estate Investing

  1. When is the next workshop on real estate investing,
    just heard about you and are interested in the topic

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