Real Estate Investors Association of Greater Cincinnati for Real Estate Investors – New and Experienced
Local experts, experienced investors, and national speakers/trainers
Learn different real estate strategies
Network with and get essential resources from vendors
Market your properties to other buyers/investors PLUS be the first to purchase properties offered by our members
Main investors meeting – 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month
Specialty focused subgroups meet throughout the month
General Meeting March 20, 2014
*PARKING: Please park on the lower level, off of Langdon Farm Rd. Enter through the doors marked and use the Elevator to the 2nd floor.
Our general meeting starts at 6:00 PM at the CHCAA, 1740 Landgdon Farm Rd.
Early meeting 6:00 PM- Pick One! New or Active Investor Forums:
New investors: How to Find the Value of Properties with Vena Jones-Cox.
Unless you can effectively determine what a property is worth, you can’t make an offer that’s guaranteed to make you money. Do you know how to determine the value of a rental property vs. a retail property? Can you effectively estimate value when comps are rare? the cost of repairs and improvements? No? Then you’d better attend this workshop, where we’ll discuss resources you can use to find out the value of a property the same way appraisers do, and talk about the difference between “after repaired value” and “as-is value when making offers.
Active investors: My Career in College-Area Properties with Bill Den Herder.
You’ve heard that college-area rentals are awesome—there’s a built-in, captive market of renters that never goes away. You’ve also heard that they’re time-intensive and annoying—those renters are often on their own for the first time, and bring their own set of management problems. And it turns out, both are true. Bill Den Herder should know—he’s owned rentals around two separate universities, and has had over 15 years experience in the field. He’ll describe the pros and cons and let YOU decide if this lucrative-but-different rental business is for you!
Main meeting 7:30 PM – And The Very Best Rental Strategy is…
There are so many choices in rental properties—low income, high income, section 8, apartments, single family homes. Which is the best, easiest, and most profitable? That’s what our panel of experienced landlords and property managers will debate on March 20th. If you’re a rental housing provider, or plan to be one in the future, you really need to attend and decide for yourself who’s right
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