Webinar – Use Technology to Build a Balanced Real Estate Portfolio

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Use Technology to Build a Balanced Real Estate Portfolio

Webinar Details

This webinar took place on 2/16/2023, but you can still watch it below.

Contact Us with any questions.

Real estate is a great alternative to investments beyond the stock market. But with so many investment options, how can you ensure your real estate portfolio is effectively balanced and diversified?

For many mainstream investors, building a real estate portfolio is challenging because opportunities can be difficult to find, the deal structures may be complex, and there are often large minimum capital requirements. Corey Daharsh of Advanta IRA welcomes Badri Malynur, co-founder and VP of Avestor.com, for an informative discussion that will illustrate how investors can use technology to help them build a balanced real estate portfolio with diversified assets like multifamily apartments, self-storage, and more.

This webinar will also cover:

  • Investing in assets like individual properties, private and public REITs, and equity/debt deals
  • The key factors to consider when constructing a portfolio—diversification, criteria for selecting a deal, maximizing tax benefits, and having a stable, smooth cash flow
  • How syndicators can create their own customizable fund

About the Presenter

Badri Malynur

Badri headshot

Badri Malynur is a co-founder and VP at Avestor Inc. (avestorinc.com) a technology platform focused on an end-to-end solution for sponsors to build customizable private funds. Badri has extensive investment experience spanning a large variety of assets including real estate, stocks, bonds, crypto currencies, commodities, options, and angel investing. He has co-founded two start-ups and has extensive management experience leading large teams at a Fortune 500 company. He has an MBA in Marketing & Finance and a Masters in Computer Science.

Details

Date:
February 16, 2023
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Cost:
FREE
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Advanta IRA
Phone
800-425-0653
Email
info@AdvantaIRA.com
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Tampa Bay, FL, Atlanta, GA, Online

Use Technology to Build a Balanced Real Estate Portfolio

Webinar Details

This webinar took place on 2/16/2023, but you can still watch it below.

Contact Us with any questions.

Real estate is a great alternative to investments beyond the stock market. But with so many investment options, how can you ensure your real estate portfolio is effectively balanced and diversified?

For many mainstream investors, building a real estate portfolio is challenging because opportunities can be difficult to find, the deal structures may be complex, and there are often large minimum capital requirements. Corey Daharsh of Advanta IRA welcomes Badri Malynur, co-founder and VP of Avestor.com, for an informative discussion that will illustrate how investors can use technology to help them build a balanced real estate portfolio with diversified assets like multifamily apartments, self-storage, and more.

This webinar will also cover:

  • Investing in assets like individual properties, private and public REITs, and equity/debt deals
  • The key factors to consider when constructing a portfolio—diversification, criteria for selecting a deal, maximizing tax benefits, and having a stable, smooth cash flow
  • How syndicators can create their own customizable fund

About the Presenter

Badri Malynur

Badri headshot

Badri Malynur is a co-founder and VP at Avestor Inc. (avestorinc.com) a technology platform focused on an end-to-end solution for sponsors to build customizable private funds. Badri has extensive investment experience spanning a large variety of assets including real estate, stocks, bonds, crypto currencies, commodities, options, and angel investing. He has co-founded two start-ups and has extensive management experience leading large teams at a Fortune 500 company. He has an MBA in Marketing & Finance and a Masters in Computer Science.