KnoxREIA - Monthly Meeting - How to Profit from Codes Enforcement

Investing in Real Estate is the Original War on Poverty

Does a New Year = New Plans?

How to Profit from Codes Enforcement

Understanding Building Codes and Permitting

is Critical for Successful Investing.

If you have any questions about Permits, Fines, Codes and Code Enforcement bring them to the Monthly Meeting.

Roy Braden, Department Head of Knox County Codes, is looking forward to sharing information that will help all investors be more proactive in their real estate decisions.

Tuesday Jan 14, 2014

Holiday Inn - Cedar Bluff - 5:30 PM

Please go to www.KnoxREIA.com for more information and to register for meetings.


The easiest and least expensive way to learn is from the shared experiences of others.

Realtors are involved in over 90% of all residential closings. Investors buy more than 25% of  those sales. Over five years, investors will do twenty transactions; home "occupiers" will do one.

Although experience and market knowledge are the key elements in every transaction, how they are used is the key to success.


At Knoxville Real Estate Investors everyone shares real life examples of how they have succeeded and have failed in contract assignments, wholesaling, lease options, rentals, collecting passive income, remodeling, and finding private money.

Regardless of your level of experience,

you will receive actionable information to help

Improve Your Profits and Reduce Your Risk

At our basic level, most of us invest in real estate to provide a better life for our families today and to provide for our retirement in the future. Obviously, to meet these goals, it is essential to minimize risk and maximize the opportunity for returns.

On Tuesday January 14, 2013, there will be specific examples of why you do not need any secrets, special words, or tactics to succeed in real estate.

Come prepared to take notes and ask questions.

5:30 PM - Doors Open - come early to allow ample time to register and network.

Go to www.knoxreia.com and download Due Diligence Checklist to help discussions on any of your Buy, Sell and Assign opportunities

Also be sure to sign up for the special

Seminars by

The Adams Law Firm - Admiral Title & Lawhorn CPA

 

6:30 - 6:50 - Does New Year = New Plans?

6:50 - 7:00 - Break - Networking

7:00 - 8:30 - How to Profit from Codes Enforcement

8:30 - 8:45 Q & A

9:00PM - After Hours Networking at Holiday Inn Bar


This Meeting is free to Annual Members.

$20 - first visit only then $50 for each meeting

Annual Membership: $500

with Business Partner: $700


The Holiday Inn  northeast corner of

Cedar Bluff Road and I-40 - Knoxville, TN 37923

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  • Victor J.

    Thanks again to Roy Braden from Knox County and Tom Reynolds from the City of Knoxville for all of the fantastic information. It is important for Investors to realize they can truely profit from codes enforcement.

    February 4, 2014

  • cherye e.

    This was a very good meeting. Code Enforcement is so important in our line of work. As always, I left learning new things such as condemned doesn't always mean the whole place is condemned. Looking forward to the meeting on the 23rd. Thanks again Victor!

    January 17, 2014

  • Kay S.

    Meeting was very informative. I won't be ordering wings from the bar again.

    January 15, 2014

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