(Registration Closed!) New Venue: Usapang Foreclosed Property Investing Seminar On July 26, 2014

Last Updated on July 25, 2014 by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 2 Comments

Updated July 25, 2014: The online registration and paid reservations are already closed as the maximum number of attendees have been reached. Those who paid in advance will be prioritized and the event organizers will no longer entertain walk-ins.

This is just a quick update to my previous post about the “Usapang Foreclosed Property Investing” seminar. In order to accommodate more participants, venue has been moved to Slate Creative Studio, #373 Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City. Schedule remains the same and the seminar pushes through on July 26, 2014. Registration starts at 1:00pm, seminar starts at 2:00pm. Learning fee is just Php1,000.00.

Contact info and other details can be found below.



Here’s the announcement from Burn Gutierrez with regards to the change in venue:

Due to the reason that the original place (UCC Cafe BGC) has become too small to accommodate all participants, we are moving to a bigger and better venue. 

New venue: Slate Creative Studios #373 Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City (one block from Rizal Technological University/RTU). 

Pictures of event venue during past events:





Source: https://www.facebook.com/slatecreativestudio/


From Edsa, bus or train commuters may get off at Boni MRT station.
Make your way to the southbound side (to Makati) of Edsa.
There is a 7-eleven on that corner of Boni Ave, with Caltex and New Horizon Hotel on the opposite side.

There is a jeepney terminal there.
Take any jeep (on the 7-eleven side) going towards Mandaluyong / Maysilo / Kalentong
Get off just after Metrobank or across RTU (Rizal Technological University).

Slate is located across RTU and San Francisco Gardens condo. Slate is
in the same building with Wow Salon, Monterey, and InfiniTea. Slate
Studio is on the 2nd floor.

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/0KzLv

Registration starts at 1 PM. Seminar starts at 2:00 PM.

Snacks will be served.

If you are interested in joining us in this seminar on foreclosed property investing, please see registration details below.

Usapang Foreclosed Property Investing seminar details

Date: July 26, 2014 (Saturday)
Time: Registration starts at 1:00pm, seminar starts at 2:00pm
New Venue: Slate Creative Studio, #373 Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City
Google map to the venue: https://goo.gl/maps/0KzLv
Learning fee: P1,000 only

Registration instructions:

1. Register by filling-out the form found on this link:

Sorry, registration has been closed!

Sorry everyone, registration is already closed. The maximum number of participants that can be accommodated have been reached, and walk-ins shall no longer be accepted. Thank you for understanding.

2. Please deposit your learning fee in advance at:

  • BDO Savings Account #0063 9008 3725
  • Account Name: Bernard Y. Gutierrez
  • BDO SM Marikina Branch

3. Scan your deposit slip or screengrab your online payment details then email to [email protected]. You may also call for confirmation details:

  • Joey: 0917-899 0296
  • Rona: 0905-573 5804

Any other upcoming seminars/schedules?

We have received many inquiries from subscribers asking if there will be other seminars to be conducted soon that can fit their schedules, and if the upcoming seminars can be held in other locations (for OFW’s abroad, and those who are based outside of Metro Manila).

Actually, we already have an ongoing online training course that addresses the issues mentioned above. However we only opened this to a select group of subscribers, and attendees of the Money Summit and Wealth Expo 2014. We plan to make the training course available to more people soon, but on a limited basis (we need to make sure we can handle the needs of those who have enrolled).

We will announce more details about the online training soon, but we will only announce it to subscribers (for reasons mentioned above), so if you are interested, don’t forget to subscribe to receive updates regarding this.


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