eFunding Offers New Real Estate Syndication Seminar for Small Investors and Self-directed IRA investors

San Jose, CA (PressExposure) February 27, 2007 -- San Jose, February 27, 2007 -- eFunding, Inc. announced it will offer a new free seminar titled “Real Estate Syndication: Strategy for Small Investors and Self-directed IRA investors to Acquire High-Valued Properties” starting in March 2007 at its San Jose office. The seminar will be presented by its new CEO, David V. Tran. This is the third in a series of 3 free seminars. The other 2 free seminars are:

1. How to Invest in Commercial Real Estate for Retirement Income NOW.
2. How to Maximize Cash Flow with a Tax-Deferred 1031 Exchange.

Separately, eFunding also announced its CEO David V. Tran has been ranked as number 2 among 69 commercial real estate investment expert authors at http://www.ezinearticles.com. ezinearticles website is used by both Google and Yahoo for fresh search ideas. The ranking is based on the number of articles posted under commercial real estate investment category as of Feb 27, 2007.

About eFunding, Inc. eFunding, Inc. is a full-service Commercial Real Estate company in San Jose, CA. It specializes in sales, purchase, loans, syndication, and self-directed IRA investment in commercial retail and medical centers. The company does business in all 50 states. It can be contacted by phone at 408-288-5500, by email at info@efundingcom.com. Its website is www.efundingcom.com [http://www.efundingcom.com].

About eFunding, Inc

eFunding, Inc. is a full-service Commercial Real Estate company in San Jose, CA. It specializes in sales, purchase, loans, syndication, and self-directed IRA investment in commercial retail and medical centers. The company does business in all 50 states. It can be contacted by phone at 408-288-5500, by email at info@efundingcom.com. Its website is www.efundingcom.com [http://www.efundingcom.com].

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Press Release Submitted On: February 27, 2007 at 5:24 pm
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