Please join us on Wednesday, February 8th at 11 a.m. for an interview with John Ward, Chief Executive Officer at Turnstone Capital led by Jan Brzeski, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer at Arixa Capital.
In the second episode of our webinar series, we interview Greg Hebner, co-portfolio manager of Arixa Capital's real estate lending funds. Greg explains an investment strategy that is uncorrelated to the public markets; generates very attractive monthly income; and features a significant margin of safety in case the real estate market turns down. In the interview we will probe this strategy in detail to identify the risks and see how Arixa mitigates those risks.
Please join us for a monthly webinar educational series for investors seeking new and better alternatives to mainstream investment options. Each call will last 30 minutes and a replay will be posted on the website and emailed out to the attendees. The webinar takes place on the second Wednesday of each month.
This podcast addresses the secondary market for short-term, small balance real estate loans. Some companies originate loans and then sell the loans to investors seeking yield. These companies can then re-lend their funds to generate origination fees. This is a niche market with only a small number of players in each region. Please watch our blog as we will be posting one new podcast roughly every week. There will be about 30 podcasts total in this series. If you are interested in learning more about what we do, please sign up for our newsletter at www.stndcap.com or give us a call at 310-846-1754.
As part of our commitment to providing high quality education in the field of real estate investment, Arixa Capital is launching a series of podcasts on the subject of investing in trust deeds (real estate loans). The first podcast in the series is shown below to hear the podcast, just click on the image. This first podcast explains the main differences between investing in real estate loans vs. purchasing and operating real estate itself. In today's environment, Standard Capital is very active as a lender to opportunistic buyers of real estate, because investing in loans provides current income while maintaining an appealing margin of safety.
Please watch our blog as we will be posting one new podcast roughly every week. There will be approximately 30 podcasts in this series. If you are interested in learning more about what we do, or to learn about other educational opportunities brought to you by Standard Capital, please sign up for our newsletter at www.stndcap.com or give us a call at (310) 846-1754.
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Please join us for an evening of networking and stimulating discussion among noted real estate investment experts in our region. Our latest co-sponsor is GlobeSt.com, a leading web-based publication serving the real estate investment industry. Both GlobeSt.com and the Daily Journal currently have senior editorial staff on our registration list in anticipation of a newsworthy back-and-forth dialogue among our panelists. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. with an hour of networking, wine, beer and hors d'oeuvres, with the panel discussion going from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Questions and answers and the event will conclude at 9 p.m. Pre-registration is just $15 with a major credit card.
What makes our event different and why did we attract almost 200 people last year?
I think our event has three special qualities that set it apart: (1) great panelists who are unusually candid about what is happening behind the scenes in the real estate investment market; (2) a low price and excellent value, thanks to our generous sponsors; and (3) a collegial atmosphere in which the speakers are more accessible than usual. Our event is not set up to earn a profit‚Ä¶it is designed to build community and provide a venue for all of us to become better investors by tracking a group of experienced real estate pros through the ups and downs of the real estate market cycle.
Please feel free to call me directly if you have any questions about the event, or need help registering, or if you have any special requests or ideas to make our event better. I look forward to seeing you on February 2.