Our meeting will start at 7:30 pm
Next Meeting: December 9th, 2020 at 7:30-10 pm
Location: Online Event
Cost:$100 per person at the door for non-members or choose a membership option.
Agenda for the Evening:
* Introductions and Durham Updates
* Real Estate Investor Strategy Spotlight – Rentify – They help landlords quickly evaluate, qualify, and verify the information provided by renters. (Only available using bank statement analysis)
* Keynote Speaker – Scotiabank Senior Economist Updates on The Ontario Housing Market – What to Expect Next Into 2021
* Keynote Speaker – The Power of Sale Process in Ontario – Matthew Sack
* Wrap-up and Burning Questions
* Networking and Developing Your Power Team
Marc Desormeaux is a Senior Economist in Scotiabank Economics’ department, where he is responsible for regional economic forecasting and commodity market coverage. During his time at Scotiabank, he has produced research on a wide range of sectors—including real estate, energy policy, and federal and provincial government finances. Prior to joining Scotiabank, Marc worked in the economic forecasting division at the Conference Board of Canada.
Matthew Sack was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2003. His practice focuses primarily on mortgage remedies, in both a residential and commercial context, unsecured debt recovery and secured debt recovery. Matthew represents a diverse range of financial institutions, trust companies, credit unions and mortgage insurers. He has appeared before all levels of Court, including the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal, on a wide range of issues from fiduciary duties of lenders to priorities disputes. In recent years, Matthew has developed an expertise in the area of mortgage fraud and has developed procedures and protocols for handling marijuana grow operations for his clients. Matthew also recently assisted a chartered Canadian bank with developing task codes and disbursement codes for the implementation of Tymetrix 360, an ebilling software system. He has also helped many of his clients develop standardized procedures and protocols for mortgage enforcement. In addition, Matthew played a pivotal role in helping Genworth Canada develop its REO program and remains preferred counsel for the mortgage insurer.
Outside of the office, Matthew is strongly committed to community participation. He is a firm believer in the benefits of youth sports, volunteering his time as a AA rep boys baseball coach, a trainer for a AAA GTHL hockey team and a girls hockey coach in the OWHA.
The Durham Real Estate Investor club began in 2008. Whether you are just starting your journey, have been investing for a few years, or are a well seasoned real estate investor the Durham Real Estate Investor Club has many benefits to you.