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Increase your investing potential by networking, collaborating and strategizing with this solid group of real estate investors and entrepreneurs.  Engage in presentations by guest speakers (successful real estate investors) each month to gain market knowledge and investment strategy.  Mingle and play Robert Kiyosaki's Cashflow board game with fellow group members while enjoying provided refreshments.

Meeting held monthly at Keller Williams Realty in Del Mar/Carmel Valley (12780 High Bluff Drive, San Diego 92130).

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Explanation of Robert Kiyosaki's 'Cashflow' board game, according to Wikipedia: An educational tool in board game format designed by Robert Kiyosaki, which aims to teach the players concepts of investing by having their money work for them in a risk free setting (play money) while simultaneously increasing their financial literacy and stressing the imperative nature of accountability. "There are two stages to the game. In the first, "the rat race", the player aims to raise his or her character's passive income level to where it exceeds the character's expenses. The winner is determined in the second stage, "the fast track". To win, a player must get his or her character to buy their "dream" or accumulate an additional $50,000 in monthly cash flow." In place of “score cards”, there are financial statements. The game requires the players to fill out their own financial statements so that they can see more clearly what is happening with their money. It generally shows how assets generate income and demonstrates that liabilities and 'doodads' are expenses.

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