The New Savvy Investor Network (SIN) Charlotte Presents

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Beef O’Brady’s

- 940 Market St. #110 · Fort Mill, SC

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Charlotte REIA Presents,

the ALL NEW Savvy Investor Networking

Buy - Sell - Trade - Promote - Network

Mon, October 30th, 2017 @ 6:30PM

Beef O'Brady's940 Market St. Suite 110, Fort Mill, SC

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Savvy Investor Networking (SIN) is a brand new Charlotte REIA Networking and Educational Subgroup that meets on Monday, October 30th (Last Monday's') from 6:30PM to 9:30PM at Beef O'Brady's located at 940 Market St in Fort Mill, SC right off of I-77's Exit 85. The entire purpose of Savvy Investor Networking is to bring the Charlotte area's real estate investors together in a fun, festive environment where we can network, discuss real estate opportunities, share resources, brainstorm ideas, ask questions, get answers and figure out additional ways to support one another, our community and all make more money.

SIN is hosted by Jeffrey Richman. Jeffrey has been in the world of real estate investing since 1994. Starting with the buying and rehabbing of properties, he quickly moved into other areas of property investing. His specialty is Subject To and Virtual Wholesaling. He does Wholesaling and Subject To anywhere in the country as long as the numbers work. To date, he has done well over 200 transactions, which include wholesaling, assignment of contracts, Subject To (the art of buying property with little or no money), Lease / Options or Rent-To-Own (depending on the price point of the property), owner financing, pre-foreclosure, and foreclosures, short sales and more.

This month, SIN Charlotte will have as our guest speaker, Chuck Phillips of CRS Data.

Property Information is probably one of the most Important Pieces of information an investor can use. You need a program that can be used to find Who Owns the Property, Are they an Owner or Renter, Past Sales History, Taxes, Mortgage History, Building Characteristics, and the ability to develop the Market Value or ARV. From this based on the cost you can then develop your Exit Strategy – Buy to Flip or Buy to Hold.

Yes, Public records generally are available from most courthouses. There you can find out who owns a home based on the address, past sales, taxes, and building characteristics that are found on the Tax Card the assessor uses to assess taxes. However, Mortgage History and Comparable Sales are not available. For this you need a program that can take past sales and calculate using algorithms to calculate a MV or ARV. CRS Data can help better your investing finding an MV or ARV.

What Chuck will show you:

What Is A Comp?

What To Look For In A Good Comp

What To Do If There Isn't A "Good" Comp?

Why A Comp Service May Be The Right Decision To Make?

Plus, More Great Information!

Invite your friends and co-workers and be sure to bring your business cards, your flyers and come prepared to promote yourself, your deals and your business!

Everyone Welcome!

Attend SIN/Charlotte Meeting at No Charge!