Bankrupt (now Millionaire) Shows How She Gets 2-3x More Rent with this Amazing Technique

REIN’s Featured Presenter for January has had it all…

Bad credit. No money. 10-year marriage ended in divorce. Surprise
$100,000 in ex-husband credit card debt. Bankruptcy. Foreclosure.
Single Mom with 3 jobs – never seeing her 2 girls at home. Eating at
grandparents’ house every night to ensure they got one good meal a
day.

From that she built her Student Housing Strategy – a business that
runs on auto-pilot – spits out 276 checks each month (averaging $525
each) – and has none of her own money in any deal. She has the
security of college students and their parents on the dotted line to
make the rental payments, with a market that gets even stronger
during a recession.

With the Changing Market, you have GOT to hear this strategy.

Get Rich in the Niche – or add another tool to your tool box. Maybe
you just need this one strategy to make money while your kid’s in
school. It works here – or wherever there’s a college with 1 special
characteristic.

Make your plans now to meet Dixie Decker, the Queen of Student
Housing, at The REIN Main Event on Monday, January 14, 2019, at 6:30
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!

Nacho Average REIN Meeting!

“I had a Dream to Make It in Life”

“I had a dream to make it in life”

Paul Kazanofski knew college wasn’t for him.  He was an entrepreneur since he was a kid, coming from humble beginnings in the worst part of town.  No drinking, drugs, or gambling like most kids in his area.  Paul had a dream.  A big dream.  You’ll love his story.

He started flipping houses in Nashville five years ago – and has closed 200+ deals since then.  He’s seen good times and bad times, and kept his standards high.  Paul believes that guys like him can make a change in this nation – one person at a time.  He wants to do this by educating others on what works and what doesn’t work in real life – not just what you read in a book or see on TV.  Paul believes in having a mentor – one that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.  He’ll tell you how he has done it.

Word is out about Paul’s big dreams – A&E TV calls it “Bid, Build, and Design” – a show about what he does day to day.  It ain’t all pretty.  Or easy.  Paul will share the good, the bad, and the ugly with us – and how to avoid common traps he sees new people make.

Join us at REIN’s General Meeting on Monday, May 12th at 7 pm to hear Paul’s dreams – past, present, and future, and how you can grow your own business and investments using his goal-setting ideas, his mentoring ideas, and his experiences.  It will be 90 minutes of full-blast Paul, plus your Q&A, that you won’t want to miss.

New General Meeting Location, starting May 12:

FiftyForward Corporate Office
174 Rains Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203

New General Meeting Times, starting May 12:

Breakout Sessions – 5:30 to 6:15 pm
Open Networking – 6:15 to 7:00 pm
Featured Presentation – 7:00 to 8:45 pm

Show Me the Money!

money
Getting the Bucks to Close Deals Today

The market today is different than it was just a few months ago. Rules have changed. More people are lending.

What do you need to know to borrow – or to sell your deals to borrowers? Who has the money? What are the requirements? What are the costs? Do I need good credit? How do I get a start a relationship with a new lender? When does short-term borrowing make sense? What should I avoid? What are sure signs my deal is dying?

Join us at your REIN General Meeting on Monday, January 13, 2014 at 6:30 pm to get your money questions answered. We’ve assembled a panel of seasoned money lenders who will teach us:

– the current state of borrowing with each type of lending
– mistakes they see investors make
– how to get the most money from them
– what’s coming in the next few months

Reserve your seat today!