Join LAREIA and Bruce Norris this Wednesday as we have a conversation about real estate investing and building his business as I get to interview him.
Have you ever wondered what YOU need to do to start as a wholesaler and then grow a real estate business to quit your JOB?
And how do you handle all of the distractions and details to start doing multiple deals at a time?
- What skills do you need?
- How much money do you need?
- What are the essentials for the office?
- Where to start?
- How to find superstar employees? How to keep them?
- How to build a wealth team: contractors, agents, etc.
- And more!
Come this Wednesday and learn how Bruce Norris did it! His blueprint may not be exactly how you would do it; however, shouldn't you learn from Bruce?
As the face of The Norris Group, Bruce is known in the industry for real estate marketing timing research and long-term real estate trends that seeks to get investors positioned for maximize wealth creation and/or protection. If you have ever seen Bruce speak, then you know that some of the best stuff comes out of the Q&A after the main presentation. So we decided to do the best stuff right from the beginning! If you want to hear what active investors want to ask Bruce, or if you have question that you would like to ask him, then don't miss this one!
At this meeting you will learn:
How to transform from sole proprietor to successful business owner What details are important when growing your businessWhy you have to increase your companies exposure to grow profits
Bruce Norris is an active investor, hard money lender, and real estate educator with over 30 years experience. Bruce has been involved in over 2,000 real estate transactions as a buyer, seller, builder, and money partner.
Renowned for his ability to forecast long-term real estate market trends and timing, the release of The California Comeback report in 1997 gained him much notoriety and its accuracy of the extensive report led many California investors to financial freedom. His January 2006 release, The California Crash, was an in-depth look into the California market correction and the statistics behind Bruce's predictions. In his latest 2010 report, Tip of the Iceberg, Bruce dissects government intervention and how it affects real estate professionals, potential dangers of current market manipulation, investment strategies by market price range, and micro insights into some of California most important markets. Bruce speaks and debates throughout California and has been a guest speaker at the California Association of Realtors, Inman, Housing Wire, California Builders Industry Association, California Association of Mortgage Bankers, REOMac, the Real Estate Research Council, and several local and national investment clubs.