October Main Event with Cleveland Bain

‎Join us for our Main Event on October 10th to hear the latest market info from specialist attorney Cleveland Bain. Click here to learn more.

September Main Event: Scott Meyers

Scott Meyers – self storage expert – has some commercial investing secrets that you won’t want to miss. Join us Monday, September 12 ay our Main Event to learn how to ditch tenants, toilets and trash for big money. Click here for more information.

Monthly Chandler Reports Market Update

Chandler Reports is a REIN sponsor that frequently publishes current Real Estate Market Data. The Chandler Residential Report is considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Publications include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. Chandler Reports compiles the information from the original sources – they read deeds filed in the Register’s Office every day, read building permits, and analyze subdivisions.

Click here to view the most recent residential market conditions for middle Tennessee.

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August Main Event: Attorney Bob Notestine

Are you curious what the legal issues are that all real estate investors should know? Join us on Monday, August 8 at our Main Event to hear from Attorney Bob Notestine, who will discuss legal pitfalls and traps to avoid. Click here for more information.

July Main Presentation Speaker: Mike Butler

Have you ever missed out on a deal because you thought you couldn’t handle it? Perhaps a group of 5 houses or apartments… Painful, isn’t it?

Just imagine what your life would be like if you had the confidence to add 5, 10 or more properties at one time without skipping a beat or feeling overwhelmed.
Our speaker at July’s Main Event, Mike Butler, wrote the book on it. Literally

Mike started his real estate business with less than $1,000 in his Police Officers Credit Union. Mike began his real estate business while working a full time job as an Undercover Police Detective in Louisville, KY, working “Murder for Hire”, “Contract Killings” and organized crime. At the time, Mike was working 55-80 hours weekly, including going to court. Time was precious for Mike. He had about 5 hours a week for his real estate business.

To be successful, Mike Had no choice but to create a lean, mean, efficient system. In only 5 hours a week, Mike averaged buying 2.5 rentals every week, for several years in a row, while working his full time job. Mike owned and operated 75 rental properties without any office help… in 5 hours a week.

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