20 Henry Developer Offers Real Estate Seminars

peaks1The developer of luxury condos at 20 Henry Street, the “candy factory” building, will be sponsoring a series of free seminars for the public on real estate topics at the building’s sales office at 114 Henry (the former Thai Grille space, just south of Clark). These will be held on the last Thursday of each month, from 6:15 to 7:30pm. The first seminar, on the topic of financing the purchase of real estate in today’s market, will be this coming Thursday, February 26, and the presenter will be Robert Bisberg, Private Mortgage Banker at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. Among the topics Mr. Bisberg will discuss are:

– Is real estate still a good investment?

– Are banks still lending?

– How to qualify for a mortgage in today’s economic environment

– Understanding and managing your credit profile

Although the seminar is free, space is limited. If you wish to attend, please RSVP to: kim@20henry.com

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  • nate

    this is one of the weirdest things i ever heard. real estate seminars from a developer who is trying to sell apartments. i don’t thinks anyone dumb enough to take those seminars could afford these units.

  • AEB

    No, it’s called (an attempt to generate) positive PR. To be community-building (or enhancing).

    It’s an infomercial.

  • WDS

    I think these developers paid an arm and a leg for this building and with its Landmark approval for a second building in the old garden. There might be a few “sales” of the best units at this posting; contracts might wither away though. This is not a real creative PR scheme, and the problem with this whole development is that it was not wanted by the community. It could have been done cleanly, and earlier, if the the company who originally presented the conversion was not so greedy–and had not given a third rate architect the conversion contract. The history of this conversion is a mess.