Join us for our newest seminar to learn how investing in a Real Estate Investment Trust is being utilized to create a possible income stream while adding to your retirement. If you are a potential or current investor who is comfortable or interested in a multi-year investment timeframe, adding a publicly-registered, non-traded real estate distribution to your investment portfolio may help create a more diversified portfolio—while also potentially generate income.Learn how investing in a Real Estate Investment Trust can be used within a multi-asset investment portfolio.**Thursday, April 4, 20136:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.2010 N. First St. (5th Floor - Wealth Management Group)San Jose, CA 95131
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