Canadian Consulting Engineer

Why Engineers should Invest in Real Estate – Tuesday January 10, 2017 – 7:30pm

January 10, 2017
531 Atkinson Ave., Thornhill, Ontario

Fee: $15/pp includes refreshments


house soldReal Estate has been a hot market and continues to be hot. Many argue the bubble will burst. This presentation explores the basics of Real Estate investing, specifically for Engineers, why Engineers are great candidates with lending institutions, and the strategy to succeed in Real Estate while working full time as an Engineer. Whether you are an EIT or a seasoned Engineer, this presentation will give you some insight and useful tips into property ownership. Not only will you learn how to get into the Real Estate market, but you will learn how to reduce your risk when the market levels out. As well, since the presentation is taking place at the start of the New Year, this presentation will also give you some tips to plan and maximize your Real Estate portfolio for the year.



speaker huong luuHuong Luu, P.Eng. graduated from Ryerson University with a Chemical Engineering degree in 1999. She has worked in many industries including Pulp and Paper, Aerospace, Oil and Gas, Waste Water Treatment Plants, and EPC companies. She has held titles as a technical sales rep, regional sales manager, project engineer, project manager, and commercial proposal specialist. She has a P.Eng. and PMP designation.

She purchased her first property while in University. While working in the Engineering field, she dappled in real estate during her free time and since then, has acquired 5 properties in total: four of them in Toronto, and one outside of the Toronto area. In May 2016, Huong left the Engineering field and dived into real estate full time as a mortgage agent. In her spare time, she volunteers with the PEO, PMP, studies Chinese, manages properties and plays with her son.


The price of the event is $15 per person and it will be held at Yummy Grill Restaurant in their private event room.
Friends and family are also welcome.  Networking encouraged!

For more information, please contact:
Rick Vender, P.Eng.,
Program Director

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