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October 3, 2022 by Ankush Agrawal 0 Comments

Grandway Launches REIT at The House Club’s Elite Realtor Conference

On August 31, 2022, Grandway introduced its flagship U.S. REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) program in front of over 300 attendees at The House Club’s Elite Realtor® Conference, marking a significant milestone for the company’s longest standing business division.

Grandway’s REIT consists of a diversified portfolio of income-producing residential and commercial real estate investments throughout the United States. The investment strategy focuses on properties with stabilized cash flow, strong fundamentals, and value-add potential. We target markets with robust economic drivers, favorable demographic trends, and employment growth. Our experienced team undergoes a stringent multi-phase due diligence process to ensure superior risk-adjusted returns and capital protection for our global clientele.

Throughout the all-day event, Grandway welcomed attendees, answered questions, and handed out brochures and goodies at our lively booth. We also raffled out Tiffany & Co. wine glasses to two lucky winners! It was a pleasure introducing our flagship investment program at this successful conference.

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