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Real Estate Investment Strategies — Vancouver 2017

The following are event details for the upcoming Real Estate Investment Strategies Vancouver 2017 event:

Real Estate Investment Strategies Vancouver 2017

Tax and Wills | Real Estate Development


Suite 2200 1021 West Hastings Street
Please note the date and times have been updated.

12:30 – SOLD OUT!
5:30 pm – Limited Seating


Join us and make 2017 a great year for your investment portfolio.

We’ll be covering:

  • How to secure your position and why a will maybe a terrible solution. Specifically:

– Contesting relatives
– Tax and probate planning
– Lack of confidentiality

  • The risks of development investing and how to eliminate them
  • Why “Surety Backed Investing” and “Bonding” are important
  • The Four Cornerstones of Investing Strength


The SKYIRE Seminar Series brings together experts with deep knowledge and keen passion within their respective fields.

Mark Preston

Head of Property Investment
North America Home Finance Inc.

Mark Preston, originally from Ottawa, calls Calgary his home. He left Ottawa to pursue a U.S. college education, coupled with an opportunity to play college ball. Mark’s professional career includes a range of diverse real estate related activities spanning over 30 years. Mark has considerable knowledge of the Canadian exempt market, specifically real estate investment products.

John Askin

The Wealth Strategy Group

John Askin received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta in 1977 and his Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1980. Prior to founding Wealth Strategy Group in 1998, John was a tax lawyer for 15 years in Alberta and British Columbia.

John is co-author of Materials on Corporate Taxation and Materials on the Alberta Business Corporations Act and has authored articles in numerous publications including Canadian Tax Journal and Insurance Digest. He is also a contributing editor to the Insurance Planning Journal.

Enjoy a glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres. Chat with other guests in the MNP Corporate office. For more information, click HERE.

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