Real Estate Investment Event / every 2nd Tuesday
25 Attendee Limit
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Peoples Capital Group headquarters in Berkeley Heights, NJ is filled with sophisticated and accredited investors every 2nd Tuesday of the month to create passive income streams through commercial real estate deals. The group includes people that are crushing it with large scale deals in Northern and Central New Jersey as well as individuals with funds who want to consider getting started.
Prepare yourself for fun and financial transformation. PCG stages their version of "shark tank" where commercial real estate professionals pitch investment deals.
The founders, Aaron Fragnito and Seth Martinez, break down the pitches and back the good ones with $1M. Then, they invite accredited investors to join in.
You'll be networking with like-minded people over dinner and beverages and leave the event financially transformed by PCG's expert education forum on real estate investments. as well as from the "Million Dollar Deal Tank" financial insights. You'll get the good, the bad, and the ugly analysis from Aaron Fragnito and Seth Martinez.
Financial Transformation Praise
"A+ on Seth and Aarons multi-unit apartment investment analysis skills. Their knowledge is greater than anybody I've encountered. My confidence level toward PCG is at a peak. They took all the hassles out of my ability to yield great returns in real estate with a fairly modest capital outlay." Sharon M.
"For anyone seeking real estate investments, PCG's services are a necessity in order to achieve top results. Aaron & Seth are very astute and knowledgeable in not only all aspects of real estate investment but also in a wide scope of business matters in general." Brian W.
"I have been working with Seth & Aaron on multi-family investments for several years experiencing above-average returns. The reasons are simple: experience, depth of knowledge and advocacy. They are the real deal, honest, trustworthy and highly capable. I am happy to recommend PCG to anyone looking for assistance with their multi-family portfolio." Riley S.