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Investment-Worthy Or Money Pit; Know The Difference

As an investor of commercial or industrial property, the unknowns can run high. Not having the right information when acquiring a real estate asset without a clear picture of what these future costs are – most assuredly impacts your investment negatively. During this 90min power breakfast seminar, James Smith shows you how a Facilities Condition Assessment (FCA) minimizes your risk and liability while maximizing your financial gains. He’ll cover what a FCA is, why it’s important, reasons to do it, and how to go about getting it done. 

Presented by James Smith: 

As a Vice President with Roy Jorgensen Associates, James E. Smith brings a thirty-nine-year career of managing people and processes, including work experience in accounting and finance, human resources, health, safety and environmental affairs, risk management, information technology, facilities condition assessments, and facilities operations and maintenance. Prior to joining Jorgensen, Smith spent sixteen years as a Division, and Group Director of Facilities, Safety, Health, Security and Environmental Affairs with Litton Industries. His responsibilities included real estate and personnel across North America, Europe, and the Far East.


Hosted by Katrina Eileen

Katrina Eileen is a Real Estate Entrepreneur and Managing Broker with over 18 years of experience in all aspects of the real estate industry. Her experience ranges from providing her private clients with extraordinary service, to land acquisition and development, multi-unit housing, new construction, rehab, as well as devising and implementing long-term real estate investment strategies. She understands what it takes to succeed in real estate and to create true prosperity.



The REal Masterminds Investor Education is a series of power breakfast seminars designed to keep local investors and brokers in the know of the latest legal, financial, and marketing matters as they pertain to real estate development, re-development, and construction.