Fundraiser for Haiti: Nathan Bangs' "Helping Buyers with Short Sales" Class

Real Estate Agent with Nathan Bangs & Associates of Keller Williams Realty
Please join me for - Fundraiser for Haiti: Nathan Bangs' "Helping Buyers with Short Sales" Class Facbook Event Link Clink here to see more informaiton Host: Keller Williams Realty South Tampa Type: Causes - Fundraiser Network: Global Date: Friday, January 29, 2010 Time: 12:30pm - 3:30pm Location: Keller Williams Realty South Tampa Street: 3502 Henderson Blvd (2nd Floor Training Room) City/Town: Tampa, FL LUNCH PROVIDED from 12:30-1:00pm! PLEASE RSVP! Class starts at 1pm. Come early for lunch and grab your spot. Limit 50 people on a first come bases. Minimum $10 donation please. Funds raised will go to the Salvation Army's Haiti Relief fund. Sponsored by - Keller Williams Realty South Tampa Nathan Bangs & Associates FBC Home Mortgage Hillsborough Title of South Tampa Law Firm of Yesner Boss, P.L. Come learn from Nathan Bangs "Short Sale Expert" about how to better represent your clients interested in purchasing short sale properties. About the speaker- Nathan Bangs is a Certified Distressed Property Expert, or CDPE, which means he is a trained Tampa short sale realtor offering hopeful alternatives to Bay area families facing hardships and trying to avoid foreclosure. Nathan has sold over 60 short sales. We will also have a raffle for a full car detailing (value $50.00)! Please help us pass the event along and forward to your Real Estate Friends!!

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