Become a property investor
Sponsored Content - May 17, 2018 - Think Local

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Kelowna housing prices are increasing all the time and the city’s continued growth suggests that these increases will continue for the foreseeable future. It will become more challenging to enter Kelowna real estate market.

But for those who would like a more affordable way to participate in acquiring a Kelowna home, there might be another option: become a limited partner in the project development and use the partners profits toward the purchase price to create significant savings.

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By investing now not only do you lock up a home at today’s prices you also ensure your ability to choose one of the best units.

One of the city’s major new housing projects is offering the opportunity to get in, so to speak, on the ground floor.

Promontory is located in the sought after area of Highpointe just 5 minutes from downtown and accessible to all parts of the city.

You can become a real estate investor today with as little as $25,000 and get access to a unique development project. You will profit alongside an experienced developer and have an option to acquire real estate at a discounted price when you come in as a Limited Partner.

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Limited Partnerships open the door to safe and reliable real estate investment with a low entry point.

For locals looking for more information on this investment opportunity, the development team is
hosting information sessions.

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The first will be at the Coast Capri Hotel, May 30 at 7.p.m. The second, at the same location, on June 20.

More information about the project is also available by downloading the Promontory’s online information package, or by visiting the project’s website.

The spots are filling up fast, and we encouraged anyone interested to sign up as soon as possible.

If you are interested in participating in this offering, please act quickly as we expect the project to be fully subscribed soon


This article is written by or on behalf of the sponsoring client and does not necessarily reflect the views of Okanagan Edge.

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