Las Vegas, NV, USA – As part of Geraci Media’s Captivate West, a three-day conference at the beautiful Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, REFCORP, Real Estate Finance Corporation, will be the Title Sponsor of the event. The conference will bring together lenders, fund managers, and other high net worth individuals who are looking to close their next business deal; the event takes place from August 26-28.

REFCORP provides short-term Construction Loans and Value Add Revitailization Loans on residential real estate across Arizona and is an Active Investor in Opportunistic Real Estate projects in Arizona. REFCORP is currently funding New Construction Loans on quality residential projects in High Demand areas and is Funding value add neighborhood revitalization projects in the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas. In addition, REFCORP has just completed its first Assisted Living Residential rehab project with another in the works. Because REFCORP is a Non-Conventional Lender and Real Estate Investor and not a bank, it will be at home with the other 100+ investors and decision makers who are attending Captivate West.

Among those who will be pitching at Captivate West is Adam Child, the President and CEO of REFCORP. Mr. Child is also a partner in Mobile Home Financing, LLC, which is developing manufactured home communities in rural parts of Arizona. After graduating from Arizona State University in 1984, Mr. Child began originating loans in 1989 and has held roles as a mortgage broker, mortgage banker, and private money lender during that time. He has been recognized as a top individual construction loan broker and top mortgage broker by many national banks and has also been a preferred lender for top New Home Builders in Arizona. Join Mr. Child and his team along with dozens of other top-tier professionals at Captivate West!

For more information on the event, visit https://geracicon.com/conference/captivate-west.

 

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