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Meet to talk about Real Estate Investing

Come join us to talk about Real Estate Investing. Bring business cards, make contacts, and learn from our guest speakers.
Our March speaker will be Mr. Stan Reinford of PrimeLending.  He will be introducing us to a few loan programs tailor made for Real Estate Investors.  A lot of us know how to finance money on the back end of a deal.  Mr. Reinford will be showing us investor loan programs he has for In Money on deals including rehabs. This should be of interest to all of us.  Please invite your friends, as this will be an all out shocker of a meeting!

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  • Jen s.

    Sorry I missed it. It sounds like it was very informative

    August 7, 2014

  • Branden S.

    I am so happy that I attended this meeting. I feel it is worth the over an hour drive for me. The connections that I have made and the knowledge that I have gained have proven to be very valuable to me in my life and my business. Thank you for all who attend this meeting. We have to think bigger but we also have to remember that everyone has to start somewhere.

    August 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    If its a rental area you need to figure out what is the market rent is for the property, its cape rate and what is the ROI on the property once a buyer buys the property with 20% down and pays for cost of money at 6%. << the rental deals are meant to be sold to landlords and want to be landlords. << This being the case you need to figure out who are landlords in that area that are already buying and sell to them. You can pull this data at the public records. Or attend a local landlord association and look for your buyer there. Also stop focusing on this one deal. It can be a dead horse for all you know. Focus on how to get your next deal and master your positioning and negotiating skills so through times all your deals cashout. You just have to understand at times its a waste of time to try to cash out on every deal. Good luck

    August 6, 2014

    • joel p.

      All happened today really had me thinking yesterday

      August 6, 2014

    • Branden S.

      Sounds like sound advice to me.

      August 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Guy driving the yellow camreo. I forgot your name so i couldn't pm you but in any case I wanted to give you some advice on your deal. To start you have to ask yourself about the deal you have. Is it a fix and flip or a rental deal? This is normally dictated by the demand for the area and not you. If people are rushing to buy properties there to live then its a fix and flip area. If its a fix and flip area base on the price you got it for the buyer market for it is very small as the majority of fix and flip buyers are looking for 30 to 35% equity in their deal as they all know cost of money and closing cost will eat into their profits. Nonetheless the deal is still workable for people that don't have to pay for cost of money or flippers that has money sitting around and has to buy houses to keep their crews busy or else they'll lose more money. This is a concept only understood by flippers that run a business vs being apart of the business.

    1 · August 6, 2014

    • Branden S.

      Thank you, Nick. I am getting a lot out of what you said. Basically, the moral of the story is to know the area that the property is in and to know each one of your buyers very well. This will enable you to sell them the kind of deals that they can work with. Do you see the benefit of creating a buyer's profile for each one of your buyers? What happens when you find a buyer who says that they do not have the time to sit down with you and be qualified? This has happened to me already and because of it I have no idea which deals to take to this buyer. I bet you'll never guess how many deals I have taken to this buyer, zero. So, if you are a buyer out there and are reading this you need to take the time to tell people what kind of deals you are looking for including your strategy, location, types of rehab you are ok with, price point, where your money is coming from, etc. Any further advice, Nick?

      August 7, 2014

  • Matthew K.

    I will always buy properties with good cap rates. This is fairly easy to do in Allentown with little $$$.

    August 6, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    We are having a happy hour August 13th from 5-7 at our office in Easton 101 S 3rd street. Free drinks and food stop by and meet other people that can help you with your business. Please send me a message if you are able to attend. Thank you. Terri Powell

    August 6, 2014

  • Bijanh R.

    Always beneficial to meet with other investors.

    August 6, 2014

  • bRUCE f.

    just great..... but no car detailing!! and I even brought a few extra quarters for tipping the valet

    1 · August 6, 2014

  • bRUCE f.

    I stole neighbor's car ... dog was in it ... has full tank of gas..... should get me to Richmond where I can sell the dog to get more gas to get to RE mtg in Atlanta !!

    August 6, 2014

  • bRUCE f.

    U guys offer car detailing and dog walking while in meetingss ??

    August 5, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Bruce do you even have a dog? Are you getting one just to get it walked while in the meeting? Haha. Sign me up for car detailing haha

      1 · August 5, 2014

  • Jen s.

    I would like to go but have an appt. could I come a little late?

    August 5, 2014

  • Matthew K.

    http://matrix.lvar-mls.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?ID=946850672

    I am posting this for a friend - 2 unit - seller is VERY MOTIVATED. All is I ask is that if you inquire let them know I sent you.

    1 · July 24, 2014

  • FAKHAIR S.

    Great minds think alike

    1 · July 10, 2014

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