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WEBINAR: Drug and Substance Rehabilitation Facility Conversion Project in North Carolina

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May 9, 2022 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Online/Virtual
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Free
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WEBINAR TOPIC: Drug and Substance Rehabilitation Facility Conversion Project in North Carolina Join Us for an Upcoming Webinar — Over 40% Projected IRR


As we have read in headlines across the nation, the opioid epidemic is taking a tragic toll on our communities.


The statistics are shocking. In North Carolina nearly 4,000 people died in 2021 from drug overdoses. The problem only seems to be getting worse. In fact, North Carolina saw an increase of 26% in overdoses from 2020 (WITN News).



On this upcoming webinar, our sponsor will share a new project that directly addresses this issue. Our webinar will showcase a commercial property that will be converted from a Residential Assisted Living Facility into a Drug and Substance Rehabilitation Facility.


The location of this proposed 134-bed project is Clinton, North Carolina. As mentioned, this area has been hit hard by opioid addiction. In fact, it is estimated that 10 people die daily in North Carolina, and up to two people die daily in Clinton alone!


Our sponsor and their team, who have over 60 years of combined real estate experience, want to be a part of a solution. Join us on this informative webinar to learn how accredited investors can help while making a projected 40% Internal Rate of Return.


Attention: This webinar is for accredited investors only.


Disclosure: This offering is under SEC Regulation D Rule 506C and is for Accredited Investors only.


WEBINAR REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE


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