Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Rental Housing Association of Wayne, Oakland, Washtenaw Macomb Counties, Michigan

Livonia, MI – Ralph Marcus Maupin, Jr. co-founder of Michigan's fastest growing real estate Club, and REIA of Michigan http://www.MegaEveningEvent.com address why Clubs are so important at college event. A REIA, Real Estate Investors Association, mission is to provide an entrepreneurial atmosphere for real estate investors and home buyers to learn, and network with new and experienced investors. A REIA and the Real Estate Investors Clubs have been formed for real estate entrepreneurs and professionals with a goal to bring like minded individuals together, to achieve greater real estate goals. REIA members come from many walks of life: first time buyers, new investors, licensed agents and mortgage brokers, commercial investors, attorneys, accounts, students, home buyers, home sellers, and first time landlords. Real Estate Investing Clubs meet regularly in most major cities. They hold there meetings usually on monthly basis in the evening. First time visitors and guest can usually come free to a first meeting. Membership is encouraged as these organizations are mostly funded through membership. New or seasoned investor does not matter; a membership in your local association is a priority. It is said it's never too late to learn something and that holds true when it comes to Real Estate Investing. REIA meetings are full of valuable real estate investing information. Learn from those who have been in the "investor land mine fields". Having a place and a setting for putting your dream team together through the networking, which is priceless? Have you heard, "It's not who you are, but who you know that makes you successful?" The people you meet at these meeting will move you to a whole new level of results by cutting through the red tape of investing. You can not believe what you get in value from the membership investment. Having local experts at meetings who are doing what you want to do is priceless. Membership cost to most clubs range $100 to $200 dollars yearly. Many investors and home owners are stuck on where to find contactors, and other local resources. As a member, investors will benefit from meeting both new and seasoned investors. What great places where newer investors go to learn, partner and work for seasoned investors, finding them deals and getting paid while learning. That's right, they make money, learn the business without risking their own dollars or credit. Being Wholesaler of real estate is sometimes call being bird dog for the seasoned investors. Growing up I always heard the term "that dog don't hunt". This holds does not hold true in the real estate investing club business. Here the meaning is "this dog does hunt". The new investor will learn as they earn free from risk and pressure. They have the experienced investor along as their coach and mentor. At the monthly meetings there are resources tables where members and guest can bring their fliers and business cards. This is great way for networking. A chance to get knows each other and promotes different recourses like Investor Real Estate Agents, Investor's Mortgage Loan Officers, Hard Money Lenders, Real Estate Attorneys, And Real Estate Minded CPAs, Accountants, Property Managers, Contractors, Title Companies, and Wholesalers? Real Estate Business that supports the investors with products or services can network at their local REIA to meet potential customers. Like minded people working together can move mountains. REIAs and Real Estate Investor Clubs invite national and local speakers to teach their members new and innovative techniques that when applied, will bring success. A lot of National Speakers have investing courses, mentoring courses, boot camps and home study courses for sale to the attendees. The club leaders work on reviewing these course and reputations before inviting speakers to the events. Some of the REIAs provide free forms and forms disk for their members. It is always advised that members check with their own attorneys before using. What makes a Successful Real Estate Investor Association (REIA): • The Club Leaders or Owners invest in real estate in the market that club is located. Many of the most successful REIAs have expert real estate board members or owners. • REIA provide a good mix of local and national expert speakers • The Investing Club have an online presence – they provide resources and information their members can access – like forms, seminars, and up coming event calendar, list of real estate terms and what they mean • Club Meetings are held regularly (at least monthly). Many of most successful groups have more than one meeting a month – some of larger clubs will have 3-5 meeting a month with different topics • All Speakers give great value – they give more than promised • REIA Membership includes benefits – Free forms, access to recordings of local speakers • Opportunities to network with like minded people • Local REIA to be member National Associations for investor club to gain advise and coaching. How does home buyer find a Real estate investors association or groups in their area? Its easy do a Google search on any of following: REIA, Real Estate Investing Clubs, Real Estate Investment Association, REIAs, Real Estate Investing Classes, Real Estate Investing Groups, Landlord Club, Real Estate Mentoring Programs, Foreclosure Boot Camp, Real Estate Training Classes, Real Estate Seminars, Real Estate Schools, Real Estate Courses, Real Estate Investing Network, Real Estate Conventions, Real Estate Boot Camps, and Real Estate Forums. Using www.google.com as search for topic like how to find a boot camp or class on foreclosures in the state or city you are in works great. Ralph Marcus Maupin, Jr. Nick Name 'Mark' is one of founders of National Real Estate Network LLC. He teaches real estate investing for college. You will find many free resources such as: Free Real Estate Forms, Terms, Articles and Real Estate Clubs Locations at: http://MegaEveningEvent.com.

Areas serviced by National Real Estate Network:

Oakland County --Addison Township, Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Township, Clawson, Commerce Township, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Franklin, Hazel Park, Highland Township, Holly, Holly Township, Huntington Woods, Independence Township, Keego Harbor, Lathrup Village, Lyon Township, Madison Heights, Milford, Milford Township, Northville, Novi, Oak Park, Oakland Township, Orchard Lake, Orion Township, Oxford Township, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Southfield, South Lyon, Troy, Walled Lake, Waterford Township, West Bloomfield Township, White Lake Township, Wixom Wayne County --Belleville, Brownstown Township, Canton Township, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Grosse Ile Township, Grosse Pointe Shores, Grosse Pointe Woods, Hamtramck, Inkster, Livonia, Northville Township, Plymouth, Redford Township, Riverview, Romulus, Taylor, Trenton, Wayne, Westland, Wyandotte.

Washtenaw County:
Ann Arbor, Bridgewater, Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Salem, Saline, Superior Township, Whitmore Lake, Whittaker, Willis, and Ypsilanti

Real estate investing association, reia, your local real estate investing resources club
National Real Estate Network (NREN) is a premier Real Estate Investors Club in Michigan. Also known as Michigan REIA; NREN meets on 3rd Thursdays each month at Laurel Manor in Livonia, Michigan. NREN brings Investors and Professional in Michigan market together. NREN invites National and Local speakers each month and they provide excellent education to their members. NREN has grown to 300 Members strong and still growing. You can get more information at http://www.MegaEveningEvent.com. Contact Urvi Mehta 248-762-0800 info@MegaEveningEvent.com

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