Noble Capital To Host Austin Private Money Lending Dinner and Seminar

Noble Capital To Host Austin Private Money Lending Dinner and Seminar

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Noble Capital is hosting a The Austin Private Money Lending Dinner and Seminar on Thursday, April 3, from 6:30-8:00pm at Sullivans Steakhouse in downtown Austin, Texas.

April 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Noble Capital, the premier private money lending platform in Texas, is hosting a Private Money Lending Dinner & Seminar in Austin, Texas, on Thursday, April 10th at Sullivans Steakhouse from 6:30pm – 8:00pm. To register for this event, please visit http://www.noblecapital.com/austin-live-seminar

Private money lending is when one party lends money to another party for the purpose of performing a short-term real estate transaction, like flipping real estate. These types of short-term loans are almost impossible to get from mortgage companies due to quick closing requirements and the short nature of the loan. However, private money lending provides a tremendous opportunity for those seeking alternative investment opportunities that want to earn 8-10% interest on their money secured by real estate.

“With the stock market at an all time high, many people are looking for alternative ways to make money,” says Noble Capital Chief Operating Officer Chris Ragland. “Many investors who like the stock market or investing in precious metals or other forms of investing like lending private money because of the predictable income you can generate, the short nature of the loan, and the fact that each loan is secured by a tangible asset in the form of real estate.”

Given the high amount of distressed real estate properties that require renovations to get to market value as well as the fact that home prices are rising, in Austin, Texas, demand is high for private money lending.

Chris Ragland has recently written the step-by-step blueprint called “The Private Money Lending Handbook”. At this dinner seminar on Thursday, April 10th at Sullivans Steakhouse, Mr. Ragland will provide an educational seminar based on the information in the book and hold a Questions and Answers session afterwards.

“Being a Private Money Lender involves lending people a sizable amount of money. Naturally, you will want to understand how everything works prior to taking action,” continues Mr. Ragland. “Therefore, I would like to extend to you an invitation to attend the Austin Private Money Lending Dinner & Seminar in order to give you a better understanding of the Private Money Lending Process and ask me your important questions… and I’ll even buy you and your spouse, guest, or partner a Steak Dinner.”

To register for this event and receive instant digital access to “The Private Money Lending Handbook”, please visit http://www.noblecapital.com/austin-live-seminar

Contact Info:
Name: Erica Thorson
Email: ethorson@noblecapital.com
Phone: 5122492800
Organization: Noble Capital

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