Real Estate Investment Seminar The 50nd Real Estate Investment at Home Seminar

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Dates
February 2010, 6 (Sat)

Holding time

10 minutes break


Venue

Rich Road Head Office: Reception Room
1F, JS Building, 1-16-2 Kita-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo


nearest station

Walk from Okubo Station on the JR Sobu LineTwoMinute
Walk from Shin-Okubo Station on the JR Yamanote LineSevenMinute
Walk from Seibu Shinjuku StationFiveMinute
Walk from JR Shinjuku StationTenMinute


Capacity
[First come, first served] XNUMX people

cost
Free

Guidance

* If the capacity is reached, the application will be closed.
* There are no parking lots and childcare facilities. Please note.
* If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Privilege: Drinks, tea, free consultation

Message

Part 1 is
"Ten Articles for Choosing an Apartment / Apartment"

Part 2 is
"Continuation of the ten articles of apartment and apartment selection"

We talked about the theme.


This offer has been closed.
We are planning to hold the next one, so thank you.

Report on the 50nd Real Estate Investment Home Seminar "Real Estate Investment Seminar"


first

Part 1 is
"Ten Articles for Choosing an Apartment / Apartment"

Part 2 is
"Continuation of the ten articles of apartment and apartment selection"

We talked about the theme.


Part 1 "Ten Articles for Choosing an Apartment / Apartment" Lecturer is our representative director Rie Tokuda

What is the detailed seminar content in Part 1?

Anything random is dangerous, and of course when starting an apartment business. In order to realize apartment management that does not fail, 10 points that you should be careful when purchasing a single apartment / apartment obtained from many years of experience are explained clearly from our representative Tokuda I was allowed to.


Part 2 "Continuation of the Ten Articles of Choosing an Apartment / Apartment" Lecturer is our representative director Rie Tokuda

What is the detailed content of Part 2?

Ryuji Nishimoto and Kimitaka Ebisawa, who support our rental management department in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, and Chiba, who always have a occupancy rate of 95.00% or more Is it better to recruit rentals? ", And so on.


Words from participants