Diversified Investors Group - University City Sub Group

Monday, January 19, 2015

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Harvest Seasonal Grill - Philadelphia

200 S 40th St, Philadelphia, PA

www.digonline.org

Every 3rd Monday of the Month 6:00-8:30PM

January Presentation - Private Lending

Whether you are looking for Private Lenders and/or Equity Partners or looking to become a private lender and/or investor, this presentation is meant for both sides of the transaction!

At this presentation you will learn:

•Do's and Don'ts for investors and lenders

•How to structure “win-win” situations for Private Lenders and Equity Partners

•Documents to protect equity and private loan investments

•Exit strategy options

The presentation leaders will be the Mercer Subgroup leaders, Paul Margaritis and Matt Faircloth. Paul and Matt have facilitated millions of dollars in private lending and equity deals over the years, and have 22 years of investing experience.

Brief bios:

Matt Faircloth founded The DeRosa Group eight years ago and has been involved in real estate investment for over 10 years. The DeRosa Group is a boutique real estate development company based in Trenton, NJ. Since its inception, DeRosa has gone from a one person operation to a company with 15+ team members ranging from property managers, construction managers, and specialized construction labor.

Paul W. Margaritis is the Founder and Managing Partner of several real estate investment and redevelopment companies committed to the revitalization of residential homes and small apartment buildings throughout New Jersey, with an emphasis in Mercer County. Paul is known for his ability to locate low risk, high return real estate property opportunities, and recognized as a specialist in raising private capital. Paul is proficient at creating passive income through real estate, which he predominantly does by sourcing private capital and acquiring distressed real estate.

Tree-lined streets, public gardens, and open green spaces make University City a verdant, livable community. Neighbors shop together for fresh produce at farmer’s markets, dine in cozy restaurants, and listen to open-air concerts and plays, all within blocks of the distinctive wide porches of the leafy residential areas. This unique and diverse neighborhood in West Philadelphia was named for the six colleges and universities that sit between 50th street and the Schuylkill River, but it is much more than a college town. University City grows each year, adding occupants, restaurants, world-class institutions, and programming, making it one of the most livable, well-kept, and friendly neighborhoods in Philadelphia.

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