Point Digital Finance
Coming October 11

A Revolutionary New Way To Invest In Home Equity

Date & Time

October 11, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT

About the Event

Owner-occupied residential real estate is the largest asset class in the world, worth nearly $25 Trillion dollars, yet it has been difficult for investors to access.

Point Digital Finance has created the Home Equity Investment (HEI) which allows investors to purchase equity in residential properties and earn a return on that investment based on appreciation.

HEI benefits homeowners by providing them cash without any additional debt, no additional payments, and no prepayment penalties.

Join our webinar with Point founder and CEO, Ed Lim as he shares details of this unique opportunity how it benefits both homeowners and investors.  

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