Tom Napiontek is Spreading the Wealth
Vancouver, BC, July 13, 2012 – On June 21, 2012, Tom Napiontek was in attendance
at the Entrepreneurial Success Network’s Summer Business Expo in Richmond, BC.
There, he led an educational roundtable where the participants benefitted from his
insight into Canadian real estate investment opportunities.
As a free event to the public, ESN’s Expo help empower entrepreneurs through
networking, education and fun. Tom Napiontek was just one of the many area
professionals and ESN advocates on hand for the event, where he was able to
‘spread the wealth,’ so to speak by further empower attendees with the knowledge
they need to understand the Canadian real estate market and make wise investment
Among the many topics addressed was the current temperature of the Canadian
economy. “This is a prime time to be getting in on the real estate investment game in
Canada,” says Napiontek. “We’re on the brink of a tipping point that will produce
some major changes in the market, depleting the pool of qualified homebuyers who
can afford rising property prices. Because of this, investors are going to be in perfect
position to “snatch” up all those who will instead be looking for a place to rent. With
an increase in rental demand, rental rates will go up and revenue streams will rise.
It’s a perfect storm that smart investors of today are in line to benefit from.”
The event was held at the Radisson Hotel in Richmond and included 75 trade
exhibitors, podcasting and seminars, as well as some major networking
opportunities. For more information about this event and to find out about future
events and resources offered by ESN, visit www.esnorg.org.
About Tom Napiontek
Tom Napiontek is a real estate financial specialist and philanthropist who displays a
keen desire for community solidarity and active volunteerism. A real estate
investment guru by day, Napiontek divides his free time wisely, giving a large
portion of it to organizations in the Vancouver and surrounding areas that share his
same desire for a better Canada.