Tricks of the Trade Swap – Nashville SIG – July 12th

How do you put together a deal using fast thinking?

What combination of methods do you use to purchase, sell, or refinance a property?

Bring your stories to share how you work “outside the box” to put deals together.   Stories about how you came up with your own way of doing a deal are what we are looking for.


Start Time: 4:15 pm
Date: Monday 07-12
Location: Smith Springs Church of Christ [map] 2783 Smith Springs Rd,Nashville, TN 37217-3434

[ Nashville July Monthly Meeting Summary ]

The Market is GREAT! – Ray West – Nashville SIG – April 12th

The real estate market continues to be full of uncertainties and vastly different predictions but one market is performing very well, the stock market.

From 7,100 in March of 2009 the Dow Jones Industrial Average has made drastic gains towards 11,000.
How did this happen?
How did I miss it?
What is going to happen?

Ray West of Rayburn West Financial Services will give us a summary of what happened over the past year to get us to where we are. Then he’ll share some of the thoughts and opinions of some the leading market analysts along with his vision of what the future holds.

Presenter: Ray West
Start Time: 4:15 pm
Date: Monday 04-12
Location: Al Menah Shriners Center

Nashville April Monthly Meeting Summary

Past & Future Stories – Nashville SIG – January 11th

The REIN Seasoned Investment Group (SIG) was organized to expose the veteran and/or more established REIN members to investment options other than real estate. But SIG as a group undoubtedly has years of successful investing experience. In the January SIG meeting, we want you to share a few of your best and most positive investment experiences (real estate or otherwise) with your fellow SIG members. Some of our deals will far and away exceed some of the opportunities other non-REIN members have brought to us.  So, go ahead! Strut your stuff!! How did you find the opportunity? What were the details? Is the investment still active? What kind of investment capital was required? Feel free to share as much or as little as you are comfortable sharing, and bring copies of any information that you feel will be helpful.

In addition, since it is a new year, let’s talk about what you would like to have happen in 2010. What types of presentations have you found most beneficial? What presentations weren’t so helpful? Why? Ed Meek, REIN president for 2010, will sit in as well and will be interested in suggestions, and will have a question or two for SIG members as well.