Developers have been turning to the EB-5 capital as a way to progress their stand-still projects and develop new properties. It is a job creation federal program allowing companies to acquire real foreign capital to distribute in their project. It does not happen overnight, but the low interests rates paid back to the investors yearly counteracts the waiting time to get your project approved by the federal government. Artisan Business Group, Inc. has been putting on seminars and conferences across the country educating developers, attorneys, economists, and business professionals about how to effectively capture funding through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. In the past twelve months, Artisan Business Group has hosted EB-5 seminars and conferences Seattle, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and Shanghai. Their events focus on the complete EB-5 process from Regional Center creation, structuring and marketing your project, to broker facilitation overseas. In 2014 fiscal year, over 85% of the EB-5 investors are from China but the conferences also talk about investors from South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Iran, India and Latin America.
Artisan Business Group recently announced their American Senior Housing Investment and Finance Conference January 22nd in Dallas, Texas. The event is perfect for senior housing professionals, real estate developers, private equity fund managers and business owners who wish to capture alternative sources of funding to put into their projects. To learn more about the upcoming Dallas conference on teaching developers how to attract foreign capital, log on to www. http://eb5seniorhousing.eventbrite.com/. For more information about developing, structuring and promoting EB-5 projects and investment opportunities, please contact Mr. Tyler McKay at firstname.lastname@example.org.