Artisan Business Group announces EB-5 Investment Speaker from China for Las Vegas Real Estate Forum
One of the leading Chinese emigration service providers MasLink Group CEO Jason Li will be speaking at the 2nd Chinese Investment in the US Real Estate Seminar June 21. MasLink Group is a licensed emigration firm headquartered in Beijing with 15 offices in China and North America.
Springfield, IL (PRWEB) May 25, 2012
Brian Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc., announces that one of the leading Chinese emigration service providers MasLink Group CEO Jason Li will be speaking at the 2nd Chinese Investment in the US Real Estate Seminar June 21. MasLink Group is a licensed emigration firm headquartered in Beijing with 15 offices in China and North America. The firm has actively promoted many EB-5 investment projects to Chinese investors. Many Chinese emigration agents are promoting US real estate business and investment opportunities to their EB-5 investor clients.
The 2nd Chinese Investment in the US Real Estate Forum is to be drawing U.S. real estate developers, property owners, financial advisors, attorneys, investment bankers, and industry executives, and venture capitalists, among others, to be educated on the latest happenings in China-US real estate investment. The June 21, 2012 event, which will take place in Los Angeles, will be centered on real estate investments pouring in from China. Rapid growth in the Chinese economy has created a strong demand for the US real estate market. The number of wealthy Chinese is growing at 9.7% annually, according to the GroupM Knowledge – Hurun Wealth Report 2011. Additionally, Merrill Lynch and Capgemini´s Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2008 shows that in 2007, high net-worth individuals in China placed 21% of their assets in real estate versus a worldwide average of 14%. The preference the wealthy Chinese show in real estate, along with the current drop in housing prices and a steady RMB, have made real estate investment in the U.S. more appealing than ever before.
In the U.S., the Chinese are now the second-largest foreign buyers of homes, behind Canadians, accounting for $7.4 billion of sales in the 12 months ended March 2011, up 24% from the previous 12 months, according to the National Association of Realtors. Buyers from China and Hong Kong also spent $1.71 billion on commercial property in the U.S. in 2011, more than quadruple their investment in 2008, says Real Capital Analytics. Chinese investors are interested in commercial projects, residential properties, hotels, golf courses, clubs, land, industrial warehouses, office buildings, and shopping centers. The Forum aims to help U.S. companies and individuals tap into more of this Chinese capital.
This year´s day-long event will feature some of the most experienced and knowledgeable individuals in the real estate industry. Scheduled speakers include Mr. Brian Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc. Mr. Guy Maisnik, Attorney and Partner Jeffer Mangels Bulter & Mitchell LLP (JMBM), Mr. Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, Managing Partner & Attorney, Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group, Mr. David Appel, CPA & Senior Partner, Marcum LLP and Mr. Kevin Wright, President, Wright Johnson LLC Marcum LLP., Mr. Jason Li, CEO, Beijing MasLink Group, and others.
According to Mr. Brian Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc.,“Individuals or businesses looking for capital investment should not miss this important opportunity to network and make connections that will benefit their needs.”
This year´s event is being hosted by Artisan Business Group, Inc., and sponsored by USA Continental Regional Center, LLC., will be held at the Embassy Suites LA International Airport/North, from 9:00 am — 4:30 pm, June 21, 2012. Those attending the event also have the opportunity to meet the prior day with Artisan Business Group´s CEO, Mr. Brian Su, for a 1-hour private consultation. Additional information regarding the event, registration, or a private consultation with Mr. Su, please visit: http://www.attractasianInvestors.com.
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