real estate investor forum Aspiring Albertan real estate tycoons and anyone with an interest in investing in Alberta property should mark September 8th on their calendars. Why? Well, that’s the day the Real Estate Investor Forum comes to Calgary’s TELUS Convention Centre.

Known for their must-attend conferences in Toronto and Vancouver, Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine are bringing their renowned Investor Forum to Calgary at long last. While the event is still more than a month away, eager investors can purchase early-bird tickets for 20 per cent off until July 27th. Highly recommended for the financially savvy among us.

You can learn more about the early-bird price on the Investor Forum website.


Christine Ruptash

Also worth checking out is the speakers list which is populated with some heavy hitters from the real estate world. We’ve got brief bios on a few highlights from the list below. Enjoy!

Christine Ruptash

Christine is a property investor based in Grande Prairie. She became a homeowner, landlord and property manager at the tender age of 19 and now heads up Strategic Real Estate Solutions. Her company built a successful portfolio of residential and commercial properties and she’s hoping to share the secrets of her success at the Investor Forum. Her talk will focus on what makes an investor/manager relationship successful. Want to know how to manage a manager? Christine can show you!

Click here to learn more about Christine.

Shelley Hagan

Shelley Hagan started her real estate investing company in 2001 and has built a portfolio that includes investments in Alberta, Saskatchewan,

todd hirsch

Todd Hirsch

Manitoba, and the United States, primarily in Phoenix. She’ll present on joint ventures as a financing option at the Calgary Investor Forum. From pitching to signing, joint ventures are Shelley’s area of expertise, so bring your notepad or tablet and get ready to write!

Click here to learn more about Shelley.

Todd Hirsch

Todd leads the economics team at ATB Financial, Alberta’s largest financial institution. His main role is to gauge how local, national and international events will affect Alberta’s economy. This is a must-see talk if you want to know more about the Albertan economy and the geography of the province’s investment landscape.

Click here to learn more about Todd.

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