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Benefits of Joining Your Local REIA

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Benefits of Joining Your Local REIA

REIA is an abbreviation for Real Estate Investing Association / Group.  REIA groups or clubs as some are called is an invaluable tool to meet people from all walks of life who have an interest in real estate investing and to learn all about the REI business.  Members of REIA groups are like-minded groups of men and women “where deals and funding meet”.  Companies have been formed and deals have been made as a direct result of the relationships developed and information shared at REIA group events.  I like to refer to them as your real estate investor “watering hole”.  Members attend the “Watering Hole” to learn, find deals and funding. 

Learn more about the benefits of joining your local REIA group through the Infographic below:


Education - Here's a small list of topics you may see at your local REIA:

+ Getting Started

+ Foreclos
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Common Mistakes Investors Should Avoid

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No two real estate investors are the same.  You may have similar styles & tastes but there is always something about you and your business that makes you start at the same point but where we go from there is completely up to us.

There is no sugarcoating the fact that investing can be difficult at times.  Without the right mindset you can easily get frustrated and swallowed up by the business.  There are several common business traps and pitfalls you need to avoid.  Falling for even one of them can cause your business to get off track, making it difficult to get back on track.  Here are five common investor traps/mistakes you need to be on the lookout for.

  • Short Sided Thinking: Regardless if you invest on a part-time or full-time basis, you can’t expect immediate results.  Entering the world of real estate investing is much like entering any other business.  There will be a period of adjustment and a learning curve you need to deal with.  It is extremely rare to generate revenue in your first 90 days without a little bit of luck involved.  Too many investors expect leads to fall in their laps, and when they don’t they get frustrated with the business and many quite without giving it time.  The reality is that it takes some investors months before they close their first deal.  Even if you enter the business with established contacts, it could be rough going until you get the feel of things.  Simply browsing the MLS or looking at real e
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