Sil­i­con Val­ley Real Es­tate Fi­nance & Tech Expo 2015

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SANTA BAR­BARA, Calif. – Hun­dreds of per­sonal in­vestors, real es­tate and fi­nance pro­fes­sion­als, busi­ness own­ers, ven­ture cap­i­tal­ists, tech­nol­ogy in­vestors, com­mu­nity lead­ers, plus res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial re­alty en­thu­si­asts will unite for the Sil­i­con Val­ley Real Es­tate Fi­nance & Tech Expo 2015, the largest real es­tate ex­po­si­tion in North­ern Cal­i­for­nia.

The event will be held at the Dou­ble­Tree by Hil­ton Ho­tel San Jose at 2050 Gate­way Place, San Jose, CA 95110 on Satur­day, March 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion visit Real­ty411guide.com/expo or call 805-693-1497.You may also visit: http://sil­i­con­va­l­leyrealest­atetech­expo. Park­ing is $10. Free to the public (please bring dona­tions for NARF, such as pet food, toys, treats, groom­ing sup­plies, etc.).

The event is at­tract­ing top na­tional speak­ers and ed­u­ca­tors in di­verse sub­jects and top­ics. Some of the in­dus­try-renowned pro­fes­sion­als who will be ap­pear­ing in­clude: Dave Lin­dahl, Pa­trick James, Mark Thomas, Mike D’Ar­rigo, Sen­sei Gilliland, Tom Wil­son, Mark Hanf, Lori Grey­mont, Gar­rett Sut­ton, Ja­son Kennedy, Mano­lis Sfi­naro­lakis, as well as many other suc­cess­ful real es­tate lead­ers.

Guests will have the choice of at­tend­ing mul­ti­ple ed­u­ca­tional ses­sions and net­work­ing with dozens of com­pa­nies, from both the lo­cal area as well as out of state.

A large ho­tel sec­tion has been re­served for this all-day expo (please re­quest the San Simeon ball­room). The Sil­i­con Val­ley Real Es­tate & Tech Expo is com­pli­men­tary to the public. Nor­mally events of this cal­iber, with such big-name in­dus­try lead­ers, charge at­ten­dees hun­dreds of dol­lars to en­ter.

In­stead, Realty411 Mag­a­zine, the event pro­ducer and host, has de­cided to ex­tend com­pli­men­tary ad­mis­sion so that guests can in­stead do­nate to char­ity.

In lieu of an ad­mis­sion charge, Realty411 is re­quest­ing that dona­tions be made to their expo char­ity of choice: NARF, Nike An­i­mal Res­cue Foun­da­tion. They will be present at the expo to ac­cept dona­tions of food, toys, treats, bed­ding or to an­swer ques­tions about mon­e­tary dona­tions.

“I con­sider my­self very for­tu­nate to be able to host ex­pos and to have the abil­ity to pub­lish mag­a­zines that can en­lighten thou­sands of peo­ple around the world about the power of real es­tate,” says Linda Plia­gas, pub­lisher and founder. “We make a big im­pact even though we have a small staff and an­nual bud­get. I’m re­ally thank­ful to be here, so I want to try and give back by com­bin­ing our events with lo­cal char­i­ties.”

For the Sil­i­con Val­ley Real Es­tate Fi­nance & Tech Expo 2015 the cho­sen event char­ity is NARF, Nike An­i­mal Res­cue Foun­da­tion (http://www. nar­fres­cue.org/). Realty411’s goal is to raise aware­ness and di­rect dona­tions for the non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tion. Some of the items be­ing re­quested by NARF in­clude: dog and cat food (wet/dry), pet toys, groom­ing sup­plies, cat and dog beds, and treats. NARF is a NO KILL shel­ter.

The Sil­i­con Val­ley Real Es­tate Fi­nance & Tech Expo will also un­cover the lat­est trends in tech­nol­ogy for real es­tate in­vestors and real es­tate pro­fes­sion­als alike.

REALTY411 thanks their spon­sors:

Cre­ative Suc­cess Al­liance, US Tax Re­lief, Patch of Land, Bak­ers­field In­vest­ment Club, Sut­ton Law Group, Wil­son In­vest­ment Prop­er­ties, Black Belt In­vestors, Pin­na­cle In­vest­ment Prop­er­ties, Reesio, Pa­cific Pri­vate Money, Zinc Fi­nan­cial, NARF, San Fran­cisco Bay Area Real Es­tate In­vestors As­so­ci­a­tion, JC Bayview In­vest­ments LLC, Growth Eq­uity Group, Sum­mit As­sets Group, SJ REI, Mass Mu­tual Fi­nan­cial Group, Lady Land­lords of Amer­ica, The Fund­ing Ware­house, Di­ver­si­fied In­vest­ment Clubs, To­tal So­lu­tions Al­liance, and Eq­uity Trust Com­pany. Expo totes cour­tesy of Re­alty Mogul.

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