Winefield & Associates and Phoenix Investment Funds will be presenting a webinar to 100 members of the Environmental Bankers Association on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. We will be discussing how and why we buy contaminated properties and distressed notes, so our presentation is appropriately titled: Acquiring Environmentally Distressed Assets – One Firm’s Business Model is Another Firm’s Exit Strategy. See more details here: http://www.envirobank.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=957274&group
We look forward to continuing to help lenders rid their balance sheets of unwanted liabilities.
Join @winefieldinc and @coxcastle at LA's premier #Brownfields seminar on March 7th in DTLA. Lawyers will obtain CLE credits. #CRE professionals will learn how to address challenging, environmentally-impacted sites. Representatives from RWQCBs, LA County, and DTSC will be presenting along with attorneys, consultants, and developers. Much will be shared about regulatory updates, strategic opportunities, and recent war stories. Register here: https://goo.gl/WgzLKZ
I’ll be speaking at real estate legend Sam Freshman’s conference in Bel-Air on Tuesday, October 25th. Although the event has a staid title (“Investing in CA Real Estate 2016”), the agenda is packed with unique ways to profit during this era of low cap rates. Of course, my portion will describe how we effectively invest in contaminated properties. Find out more and register below:
I’ll be sharing contaminated property buy/sell strategies with the South Bay Estate Planning Council on Thursday October 13th from 7am to 9am in Torrance. My presentation will provide tools to address contaminated properties in trusts. Should you remediate now or upon receipt of agency directives? Should you wait until agencies come after your heirs? How can you find out if the trust you are about to receive has contaminated properties? What legal and practical protections are available? Can you set up separate trusts for impacted properties, and when should you do so? Will anybody buy these properties, and why would they? Esteemed environmental and land use attorney Kevin Daehnke will be presenting with me. I hope you can join about 60 of us for this breakfast event. RSVP here (http://bit.ly/2dpRquG) or call me (562-618-0037) for more information.