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How to become a Savvy Landlord from Purchase to Tenant Transition ~ Matt Tandy
Financial Freedom: How to become a Savvy Landlord from Purchase Analysis to Tenant Transition AND Investing in the Inland Empire and Why Investors Are Flocking Here Have you been thinking about investing in a rental property? Have You Struggled as a Landlord? Do You Rock at Being a Landlord? Wherever you are, Matt has something for you. Having overseen and managed over 3,500 homes and small multi-family properties in fifteen major markets in eleven states, Matt is one of the most experienced licensed fee based managers actively practicing in the country today and has had the opportunity to conduct large scale A/B testing of most of the "common sense advice" others give in blogs, podcasts and websites when they've only had a handful or a couple hundred in one area. He is currently the founder and CEO of Formatic Property Management based in Riverside, California. He will be covering >> What to look for when purchasing a rental property and how to analyze the deal >> Common Investor Mistakes and Why "Rule of Thumb" analysis is not your friend >> Investing in Southern California versus other markets >> Why Living in your Multi-Family building is Usually a Bad Idea (and when it's a great idea!) >> Preparing a Property for Rent: Costs, Time, and Quality >> Buying Turn Key Rentals and Rehab Units: Something for Everyone >> Property Management: When to Use a Professional and When to Self-Manage >> How to Market Your Property >> How To Choose the Right Tenant >> Why Promises to Tenant's Hurt Everyone >> Different Approaches to Maintenance: "Don't Bother Me" vs "Bother Me" >> Building A Better Lease So Everyone Wins >> Inspections: A Key to Long Term Tenants >> Long Term versus Short Term Planning and Gains >> When Should You Sell Your Rental Property? Filled with anecdotes and great stories, you'll be sure to have a great time and come away with something to chew on. Questions and sharing your own experiences so we all learn together are encouraged! http://www.formaticpropertymanagement.com/ $15 cash at the door or $16 credit card. No checks accepted. RSVP NOW!!!

Embassy Suites

74700 Highway 111 · Palm Desert, CA

$15.00
Respond by: 6/12/2018

What we're about

Palm Springs Area Investors Club.
We Exist Because:

Your business won't grow in the darkness of a TV's glow, for true success you must stay in the social sunshine of trusted fellow Investors.

Have you been achieving your goals? Really? One powerful goal is to spend more time with like-minded professionals, that's right you need social time. Relationships are the heart of a successful business. The members of this group are ready to visit with you.. although some are little more pleasant to spend time with than others.

The collective energy of a room full of Investors has the power to change lives... especially if Hotel Security shows up because the collective energy is too loud. The good times will flow when we get together with our Investor Brothers and Sisters, so...

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Whether you are just starting out in real estate or a seasoned real estate investor, the Coachella Valley Real Estate Investors Association is the place to network, share ideas, and teach each other the keys to being a successful real estate investor in the low desert.

We are the place to be in the valley to meet and mingle with Real Estate Investors. This is the Real Estate Investors club also known as the Palm Springs Investors Club, Cathedral City Indio Investors Club, La Quinta Investors Club, Rancho Mirage Investors Club, and the Indian Wells Investors Club.

There is NO SELLING allowed at this club.

Parting Thought: All are welcome unless you are going to try to convince us that South American fruit juice cures every ailment and will make us billionaires.

Disclaimer: The words uttered at the Coachella Valley Real Estate Investors Association (CVREIA) are strictly the thoughts and opinions of the person speaking. They may not be correct. The person may not be an expert. Always consult with your own common sense and advisors before acting. Put on your big-boy pants and do your own Due Diligence on everything.

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