The Paskin Group Opens Doors to New Investors

Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

The Paskin Group (TPG), a full service real estate investment and management company located in Santa Barbara, CA, is now accepting investors looking to diversify their portfolio and build multi-generational wealth through real estate ownership.

Our team is excited to welcome new investors to our company and to build our portfolio of quality, high yielding multi-family and industrial investments, says TPGs President and CEO, Michael Paskin, who founded the company in 2006.

TPG provides property and asset management services while also focused on continuing their value-add investment model. The company seeks out quality, minimal risk multi-family and industrial assets set for cash flow and capital appreciation. TPG has enjoyed an illustrious history of real estate investments, which has included retail, industrial, office, high-end single-family homes, and multi-family assets spread throughout the continental U.S. and Hawaii.

The Paskin Group was formed with the understanding that there is much more to long-term investing than simply the acquisition. In depth market research, a talented property management team, innovative executive leadership, low sponsorship fees, and the co-alignment of interests with its investors, ensures that TPG will remain a trusted investment and management partner.

David Boire, whom recently joined The Paskin Group as Director of Acquisitions and Asset Management, is looking forward to TPGs next chapter. I am excited to join such a reputable and established firm with over $ 100 million in real estate holdings to date. We look forward to helping investors diversify their portfolio to include quality value-add investments with attractive long term returns, all the benefits of real estate ownership, and a hedge against inflation.

David is another outstanding addition to our Santa Barbara team. He is an experienced real estate professional with a great investment pedigree, says Michael Paskin. He will serve an integral role in our companys future.

In addition to real estate investment, TPG remains a socially responsible organization that gives back to the communities in which they live and operate through both donation and corporate volunteering. The Paskin Group is a proud supporter of multiple non-profit and charity organizations such as The Gwendolyn Strong Foundation (, Postpartum Education for Parents (PEP), The Junior League of Santa Barbara, Casa Esperanza Homeless Center, and the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation.

To learn more about The Paskin Group, please visit We invite you to share in The Paskin Groups success and become an investor.


Amie Fowler

The Paskin Group

735 State Street, Suite 416

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Office: 805.962.1011

Fax: 877.454.8916


Real Estate Mogul “Death of Real Estate Investing” Webinar Opens Tomorrow Morning at Dawn

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) December 04, 2012

Real Estate Mogul is here, after weeks of speculation and mystery is ready to launch tomorrow with great fanfare and a few hidden surprises. Much preparation has gone into this launch and thousands of people from the creators, to the affiliates have worked to bring it to an eagerly waiting marketplace. There has not been a real estate investment product with this much attention and hype whether deserved or not in quite some time. The launch has been headlined by the The Death of Real Estate Investing webinar Preston Ely hosted live to a select audience of pre-registered attendees who have the first crack at the secrets contained within the system. The response to the Real Estate Mogul Review system has been overwhelming and the seating for the webinar reflected that reality. At the time of this writing, a waiting list had been created to handle the overflow of students interested in hearing with Preston had to say but now the full webinar will replay timed with the official premier.

There have been a few hints over the past few weeks about the nature of the webinar presentation but simply saying it explains why real estate investing is dying would be an understatement. Preston will discuss the reasons for his bold statements in detail and also provide a practical solution to surmount the figurative cliff real estate investing is facing in the next twelve to eighteen months. Many things can happen in that timeframe and as much dread as that fact causes, it could also provide an unprecedented opportunity for investors. The price of the system will be less than $ 1000 dollars so most investors who are interested will be able to get involved without losing their shirts.

If the reviews and early buzz is correct, this could be another multi-million dollar product launch – well conceived, planned and perfectly timed to be relevant in the marketplace right now.

The Real Estate Mogul training system launch runs from December 4th until December 13th when the doors will close for good (unless massive demand begs them to re-open but don’t count on it, especially with a high profile launch.) For more information about the Death of Real Estate Investing webinar, the Real Estate Mogul system and what it can do for a real estate business please visit

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On the heels of Twitters recent move into San Franciscos Mid-Market neighborhood, the city officially welcomed A Temporary Offering (ATO) a new collection of pop-up concepts integrating virtually an entire city block and creating an urban destination on the ground floor of The Kor Groups newly acquired Renoir Hotel. A ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Ed Lee took place on Thursday, June 21 and introduced A Temporary Offering as a brand new dining and shopping destination for Mid-Market.

We are very excited to see this project fully come to fruition, says Alex Samek, a Principal at Kor. He adds, We have worked closely with the Mayors Office of Economic and Workforce Development and they have been instrumental in helping facilitate our activation of the hotels retail spaces.

After purchasing the Renoir Hotel earlier this year, Kor immediately set out to create partnerships with local entrepreneurs in various industries within the neighborhood. SF FoodLab, The Bon Vivants, and The Luggage Store Gallery collaborated with Kor to utilize the once boarded up spaces on the ground floor and bring Kors concept, ATO, to life.

ATOs carefully thought out venues include a restaurant helmed by FoodLab (1106 Market Street) that offers daily lunch service and pop-up dinners nightly. Most recently, SF FoodLab has served Sol Foods Puerto Rican cuisine, Lima Peruvian, Southern Sandwich, and Soul Groove. Future pop-ups include Onigilly, Good Eggs and Harley Richter Meats. SF FoodLab also offers a large, licensed, shared-use commercial kitchen available for rent to aspiring food entrepreneurs and chefs. Their restaurant seats 50 and features design elements from local favorite Kelly Malone.

Next door, Rio Grande (1108 Market Street), a whiskey and tequila bar created by renowned cocktail and spirit team The Bon Vivants, has welcomed locals and visitors alike to experience a themed atmosphere that has been described as Bordertown Texas roadhouse meets From Dusk Til Dawn. The cocktails are straightforward and delicious and the bar program focuses mainly on a large selection of whiskies (30+) and tequilas & mezcals (50+). The interior of Rio Grande is a collection of repurposed metal, wood and vintage pieces that have been collected over the years and have found a home in the bars aesthetic.

The third piece of A Temporary Offering is Trailhead (1100 Market Street), a satellite retail project from the Luggage Store Gallery in collaboration with Intersection for the Arts that brings together locally-roasted coffee by Farm:Table, Julian Dashs youth-initiated high-end denim boutique Holy Stitch, a seedling farm outlet from the Tenderloin National Forest, and local artist-made ephemera, including books, zines, and maps.

ATO is the mutual intention of designing a space to create both a destination for food, drink and art as well as a place for local entrepreneurs to test new ideas and showcase their skills in a relaxed setting that encourages experimentation and embraces the neighborhood. says Kor Principal Brian De Lowe. We have already had great feedback from the community about ATO and were thrilled to continue to grow and adapt the concept and support up-and-comers.

ATO is located between Jones and 7th on Market Street in San Franciscos Mid-Market neighborhood. Please visit for more information and hours specific to each pop-up. Follow ATO on Twitter at!/@atemporaryoffer and like its Facebook page at


A Temporary Offering (ATO) is a collection of three unique spaces located on the ground floor of the historic Renoir Hotel in San Francisco. Retail hours, cuisine and dining times vary and are announced via ATOs website, Facebook and Twitter pages. For more information, please visit:


Founded in 1999, The Kor Group is a fully-integrated real estate investment, development and management firm. Kor has been recognized in the industry as a leading innovator in the design and development of lifestyle properties. Its track record demonstrates its expertise in bringing new life to an investment, often through design coupled with extensive rehabilitation and repositioning. By fusing creative design with an agile investment and development discipline, Kor has amassed a portfolio of high performing assets and has built a signature brand translatable across its properties. Since inception, Kor has acquired and developed hospitality, residential, and office assets valued in excess of $ 2 billion. Kor was also the force behind the origination and development of the renowned Viceroy hotel brand, whose immense success led to the spin-off of Kors hotel management division, Viceroy Hotel Group, in 2008. Today, Kor maintains the same commitment to creative design and distinctive branding to bring enhanced value to its investments and the investments of its third-party clients.


Founded by food industry veterans Mark Walker, Matt Cohen and Gabriel Cole, SF FoodLab supports small business development by renting licensed commercial kitchens to food entrepreneurs in varying sectors. In addition to curating the restaurant space at A Temporary Offering, SF FoodLab offers mobile food entrepreneurs, caterers and food artisans a space to prepare, maintain and store their products. For more information, please visit


The Bon Vivants is a nationally recognized cocktail and spirit consulting company specializing in the creation of tailored on premise beverage programs, branding and guerilla marketing strategies for liquor companies, audience identification, ambassadorship, the concepting and execution of exceptionally curated and unique events, and a soon-to-be released line of aromatic bitters and liqueurs, as well as an umbrella for a growing brick and mortar component which includes the forthcoming Trick Dog and General Beverage Co. One of the principle tenets of The Bon Vivants is to bridge the gap between the beverage industry and the consumer while building community through the act of enjoying a delicious drink. For more information, please visit


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