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Adam Koehler – Northern Kentucky Real Estate Mastermind Meet-up

Sparen Capital is excited and honored to host an evening with Mr. Adam Koehler. Mr. Koehller is one of the PROUDEST citizens of Greater Cincinnati that you will find. Every business that Mr. Koehler has started has been with the purpose of creating a thriving entrepreneur community in our area. Mr. Koehler was one of …

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Syndication??? Isn’t that what Al Capone did?

Author:  Kyle Stevie from Northern Kentucky Note:  This is an attempt at a humorous approach to learning syndication that I and many others have taken.  This is for education purposes only.  Any likeness to real life Greek god like men is completely unintentional.  Just because I look like I’m carved from granite doesn’t mean that the story is …

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Oakley Farris – Real Estate Investor Master Mind Meetup

Sparen Capital is excited and honored to host an evening with Oakley Farris. Mr. Farris has been one of Northern Kentucky’s most successful real estate investors ever. More importantly to our community, Mr. Farris and his wife, Eva, have been among the most generous philanthropists in the area. They have turned their real estate fortune …

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How Determination, Innovation, Partnership and sheer Grit saved the oldest historic real estate development in the United States

Mark Peterson/Redux How Cincinnati Salvaged the Nation’s Most Dangerous Neighborhood Leaning on the power of local corporations, officials engineered a renaissance in the city’s heart. By COLIN WOODARD June 16, 2016 ABOUT THIS SERIES A reported series from Politico Magazine, featuring innovative ideas from cities across the United States at a time of unprecedented urban reinvention. …

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