Subscribers: Talk dirty money with TRD’s editors & reporters on Aug. 23

Go behind the scenes with our editorial team in a call on money laundering and US real estate

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Aug.August 16, 2018 11:00 AM

The Real Deal is hosting a conference call with digital subscribers on Aug. 23 to discuss our recent story on the influx of dirty money into U.S. real estate.

TRD’s managing issue editor Damian Ghigliotty will talk to reporters David Jeans and Will Parker about how the story on money laundering took shape, their trip to DC to report it out, some of the challenges the subject presented and tidbits from their reporters’ notebooks that didn’t make it into the story.

The editorial team will also answer plenty of questions from readers. What would you like to know? Email us at [email protected], post on our Facebook page or tweet at us.

This call is for subscribers only. An email with the call in number and access code will be sent to subscribers on Aug. 22, the day before the call. Not a subscriber? Don’t miss out, sign up here.

We will post additional information, including the time of the call, next week — stay tuned.


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