Black Diamond "Networking After Hours" - Waltham

Save your gas, sit on your @$$
(at your computer)

Part II: Multi-family Screening

 

Ever bought a multi-family and wonder where the profit went? Looking for another but don’t want to get burned? The agent says it’s a Cash Cow, but what if it’s just a Pig with Lipstick? Can you really make it cash flow at $200K per unit?

 

Join Ann Bellamy and she will give you some rules of thumb and ways to screen income property so you know which properties you can dig deeper on, and which ones to leave for the “bigger fool”.


You will hear:

  • 4 Rules of thumband how to apply them – or not
  • A case studyillustrating these rules
  • When the 50% rulemay not be aggressive enough
  • What is usually left out of the MLS listing
  • Where to get the APODspreadsheet for freethat the CCIM’s use
  • Free online screening resourcesfor rental rates, environmental hazards, and more

These are not substitutes for in depth analysis, but will help you quickly weed out the properties that won’t work for you, so you can focus on those that will.This presentation is interactive, so bring your best screening tips and your questions.


Join us for dinner, drinks or both.  If you come early for dinner, consider eating downstairs and coming up for the meeting afterwards. Buffet dinner is available upstairs for $18 pp all inclusive of tax and tip from 5:45 to 7:15PM. Dining room downstairs opens at 4PM til 9:30, so bring your friends, meet for dinner and enjoy the presentation.

 

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  • Brian L.

    If not going to the dinner, but the event only, what time should I get there?
    Also is there a cost?
    Thank you
    Brian

    2 · September 24, 2013

    • Ann B.

      And no, the meeting is free.

      1 · September 24, 2013

    • Brian L.

      Thank you for all of the info. See you all soon.

      September 24, 2013

  • Rosemarie L.

    New to the area but not to real estate. I am looking to network and make friends in this great state!

    2 · September 23, 2013

    • Rosemarie L.

      Thanks Amy. I was referred by Tim Walls, who is also my new BIC! I may not make the live meeting due to a lack of transportation, but I will be online!

      September 23, 2013

    • Ann B.

      Rosemarie, there is no "online". The meeting is in-person only. The "online" part means that you learn how to screen multi-families by using your computer and thereby saving gas, before you waste time driving to a property first. It doesn't mean that you can watch our presentation online. If you get there late, it's no big deal, we start with introductions and buy/sell of wholesale deals, then the main presentation doesn't start until about 7PM. But I'm sure you already know how to screen! Anyway, we're glad to have you come.

      September 23, 2013

  • Valerie

    Hi my name is Valerie. I am Lender with a community bank, looking to network. Looking forward to meeting you all on Tursday night.

    September 23, 2013

    • Ann B.

      Glad to have you, Valerie, we always need more portfolio lenders!

      September 23, 2013

  • Brian L.

    I am an investor always seeking knowledge, friendships and also looking for partnerships on real estate deals.

    1 · September 23, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    New real estate wholesaler looking to build my dream team.

    1 · September 20, 2013

  • Mary C.

    Looking forward to joining this meeting online Tuesday evening September 24, 2013.

    September 12, 2013

    • Ann B.

      Mary, this is not an online event. Like Part I presented last month, it is about screening properties using your computer before you drive to them, therefore saving time and money. Part I was single family houses, and Part II is multi-family properties. But in both cases, they are live events that you attend, and will not be broadcast online, either during or afterwards.

      September 12, 2013

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