August 10’s Main Event: Why ignore Profits in the Note Business when you are already in it?

Why Ignore Profits in the Note Business When you are already in it?

Joseph Varnadore from NoteSchool shows us the quick and dirty facts on how Nashville and Middle Tennessee real estate investors (and wannabe investors) can profit from Notes.  Get a great overview in 90 minutes when you join us August 10th at 7 pm.

Most real estate investors have heard of the “Note Business” but many misunderstand it while others think that it is completely separate from the real estate business. The fact is, most real estate investors are in the note business, and they just don’t know it. The note business is the financing side of the real estate business.

 

Learn how you can acquire long-term, real-estate-backed, monthly cash flow for 60 cents on the dollar.  No landlording, no hassles, just automatic monthly deposits into your account.

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Joe Varnadore from NoteSchool will be our Featured Presentation at 7 pm on August 10.  Learn basics, case studies, and how you buy notes with triple-digit returns for as little as $3,000.

You owe it to yourself to learn more about this huge opportunity in real estate.

Join us August 10th from 7 to 9 pm.

July 13’s Main Event: Infill Development – Profits and Pitfalls

John G. Brittle, Jr and the Infill Nashville Team have had great success in building new homes in Nashville’s most desirable well established Urban and Suburban neighborhoods – Green Hills (both East and West), Belle Meade Highlands, West Meade and the neighborhoods around Vanderbilt – as well as identifying and shaping the newer desirable neighborhoods – 12th South, The Nations, Melrose and Southside.

The Infill Nashville Team will:

  • Define what makes up Infill Development
  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities for infill development in Davidson County
  • Outline the potential impacts of recent and upcoming changes in Davidson County including the adoption of Nashville Next and the Council Election on continuing infill development

Join us Monday, July 13!

Top 10 Ways to Increase Your Rental Cash Flow – June 8

Mr. Landlord, Jeffrey Taylor, shares his newest info and technology to fill our vacancies faster, keep good tenants longer, and maximize the rent we get.  Current and future landlords (and anyone who loves ideas to grow their business) can’t afford to miss REIN’s June 8 Featured Presentation.  Mr. Landlord will teach us:

– How to keep tenants living in and paying for our rental units for 3 to 5 years – consistently

– How to fill our vacancies in 72 hours or less – with great tenants

– How to train our tenants about what we expect – before we hand over the keys – and how this means an easier, more profitable business for us.

Jeffrey Taylor has owned and managed rental property for over 30 years.  One investor says: “Jeffrey is a consumate researcher and shares the latest management ideas and solutions from rental owners and managers across the country in order to help landlords achieve maximum control of their properties, maximum rental income, maximum resident retention and cooperation and to simply make the most of the assets that God has given you!”

Make your plans now to attend – and bring a friend.

April Market Update – from Chandler Reports

Davidson County
Home sales were up 12% in April with 1,404 sales recorded for the month compared to 1,252 recorded in April of last year.

Average sales prices were up 11% to $254,545 from $228,525 last April.

Year-to-date home sales are up 18% and average home sales prices are up 13% from the same period in 2014.

Antioch (37013) had the most home sales for the month with 157 recorded averaging $151,987.

Oak Hill (37220) had the highest average sales price of $687,127 across 12 sales.

40% of home sales were between $100,000-$199,999.

Home sales over $1 million were down 28% from last April with 13 recorded for the month compared to 18 recorded last year.

The Top Lenders based on all loans, residential and commercial, were Regions Bank with 132 loans, SunTrust Bank with 110 loans and Franklin Synergy Bank with 109 loans.

Rutherford County
April home sales were down 13% with 492 sales recorded compared to 567 recorded last year.

Average sales prices were up 5% to $188,301

Year-to-date home sales are up 7% and average sales prices are up 8%.

Murfreesboro (37128) claimed the most home sales for the month with 142 sales averaging $203,766.

Nolensville (37135) had the highest average sales price of $290,000 across 2 sales.

59% of home sales were between $100,000-$199,999.

Home sales over $300,000 were unchanged from last year with 47 recorded for the month.

Williamson County
Home sales were up 9% with 499 sales recorded for the month compared to 459 recorded last April.

Average sale prices were up 9%, to $445,024, compared to $408,219 last year.

Year-to-date home sales are up 4% and average sales prices are up 8% from the same period in 2014.

Franklin West (37064) had the most home sales for the month with 138 sales recorded averaging $408,381.

Bellevue (37221) had the highest average sales price of $753,528 across 5 sales.

Home sales over $1 million were up 31% from April 2014 with 21 recorded for the month compared to 16 recorded last year.

24% of home sales were between $300,000-$399,999.

Wilson County
Home sales were down 7% with 250 recorded for the month compared to 269 recorded last year.

The average sales price was up 11%, to $250,858, compared to $225,109 last April.

Year-to-date home sales are up 5% and average sales prices are up 11% from the same period last year.

Mount Juliet (37122) recorded the most home sales for the month and the highest average sales price with 140 sales averaging $275,393.

44% of home sales were valued between $150,000-$249,999.

Pete Fortunato: How to Do Deals that Others Can’t

Pete Fortunato teaches REIN How to Do Deals Others Can’t at our May General Meeting, May 11 in Nashville. I really don’t know how to state strongly enough how awesome Pete Fortunato is. His creative deal-making strategies go so far beyond the usual “subject to, lease/option, seller finance” stuff we hear every day that he’s truly unique in the education world; plus, he’s got 45 years of experience to back up what he says. Be there.  And bring a friend.  Click here for more info and to register.