Dec. 15, 2006 – Real Estate Investing in Michigan Being Measured One Successful Event at a Time
It’s Hard for Michigan Real Estate Investing Clubs, Groups, Associations, REIA’s, Networks, Schools, Courses, and Mentoring Programs to Keep Up Levels of Service in Hard Times
National Real Estate Network LLC, Michigan Real Estate Club, was acknowledge at a breakfast meeting in Livonia, Michigan in December, by National Speaker, Pat Winter. He is known as, Mr. Commercial Real Estate, and has been watching the investor clubs and network operations for years.
Mr. Winter said at the award event “ The National Real Estate Network LLC is the only club I have seen in this market that’s focus is totally on serving it’s members. The club gives new members a” how to do” land lording disk with all the forms they need to do rental agreements and court forms. They have events that focus on introducing local experts that have proven track record of success in the local market. They are the only club that has 3-4 meetings a month for membership training. In month of December they had 4 different nights of training on: Owning and Managing Transition Houses (for recovering drug addiction), Operating an Assisted Living Facility, How to Make Money in a Declining Real Estate Market, and a Panel of Experts in major investing fields to answer members questions.”
This Real Estate Investing Group has doubled in size in the last six months with the appearance of many talented professionals sharing their special knowledge on issues such as Insurance, Mortgages, Lease options, Credit, Realtors, Find Fix and Flip Strategies, Trusts, Foreclosures, Commercial Real Estate and the Billboard industry are just a few other topics that were exposed at this Real Estate investing group. Each venue endeavors to open discussion at a grass root level.
The Clubs Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday every month, Laurel Manor, at 39000 Schoolcraft, Livonia, Michigan.
Meeting time is 6:00 pm till 9:00 pm
Check their Web Site at: www.megaeveningevent.com or call 248-762-0800 for information. There is no charge for first time visitors.
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