Free Webinar Reveals How to Raise Money (Legally!) for Real Estate Investments

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Equity University, business affiliate of Equity Trust Company, will show investors how to make bigger profits by getting involved in bigger real estate investments during the presentation at 9 p.m. EST on November 20, 2012.

Equity University
Attorney Jillian Sidoti... will reveal several ways investors can find funding from multiple investors by the letter of the law.

Equity University presents an educational webinar that’s essential for any investor who has ever found a great real estate investment opportunity but decided it’s out of his or her price range.

In a free webinar at 9 p.m. EST November 20, investors will learn that there’s money out there that can be accessed for the funding of bigger and more profitable deals. Investors can use their own retirement accounts – and borrow from others’ accounts – to make these investments happen. The best part: Using this funding source is completely legal.

Equity University will be joined by Attorney Jillian Sidoti, an expert on money raising techniques for real estate companies. She will reveal several ways investors can find funding from multiple investors by the letter of the law.

The webinar will reveal:

  •     How to raise money for larger real estate deals or ongoing investments
  •     How a self-directed IRA can benefit your investments
  •     How different types of IRAs or multiple IRAs can help you do bigger deals, with the potential for bigger returns

While the webinar is free, registration is required and space is limited. Those interested in participating can sign up at

Equity University is a business affiliate of Equity Trust Company, which provides self-directed investment education in various forms throughout the year.

About Equity Trust Company
Equity Trust Company, with its corporate headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio and operations in Waco, Texas and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is at the forefront of the self-directed retirement plan industry. The company specializes in the custody of alternative assets in self-directed IRAs, Coverdell Education Accounts, Health Savings Accounts and qualified business retirement plans. Along with its affiliates, Equity Trust provides services to more than 130,000 individuals and businesses nationwide with approximately $11 billion in assets under custody. Since 1974, the company and its affiliates have helped investors make tax-free profits through education, innovation, and a commitment to understanding individual needs. Visit for more information.

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