About October’s Meeting!

MEETING TOPIC: Sage Advice From an Old Investor


MEETING TIME: Thursday, October 8, 2015, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.


VIDEO ABOUT MEETING: https://youtu.be/un2zWNRQlMo


MEETING LOCATION: We meet at the beautiful Hilton Garden Inn in Cartersville, Georgia, at Exit #288 (Main Street) off I-75. To see the map, go here: http://mapq.st/w3fCHT





We only have THREE meetings left!!! After 13 years, with the close of DECEMBER’S meeting, Kim and I will be shutting the doors on North Georgia REIA. You’ll want to be at each meeting between now and then because when we’re done, we’re done!


At October’s meeting, we’ll discuss the things you need to know – and do – if your goal is to prosper as a real estate investor. We won’t talk about the obvious things. Rather, we’ll discuss the things few investors have experience with – and fewer still ever talk about in public.


Here are some of those topics:


How do I – being an old, seasoned investor – quickly tell whether the deal is good or not? How do I know what I’m looking at? And if I decided to take the deal down, how do I get it funded fast?


What things do you need to have in place before you up your game and become a full-time real estate investor? I did a LOT of legwork in 1997 before going full-time on January 1, 1998. At October’s meeting, you’ll learn what I did to insure success.


The goal is to get mailbox money and achieve financial freedom. But how do you accomplish this if you HATE rental property and DESPISE tenants? It’s easier to do than you think. It just requires you to structure your deals just a bit differently.


If you’ve done ten or more deals, then you’re an experienced investor. That said, are you still structuring your deals the same way you did when you were a greenhorn? Want to see how you should be constructing your deals in order to reduce the tax bite and increase profit margins? You gotta come to October’s meeting!


Over the years, you’ve heard me say about a thousand times that as a real estate investor you only need two tools: a financial calculator and a blue pen. Is a financial calculator really that important? Find out at October’s meeting.


If you think you may want to partner on a deal, what do you look for in a partner? And what should your partner look for in you?


If you decide you need a mentor, what are the critical things you need from that mentor? What important questions do you need answered before picking a mentor? For the record, Kim and I have had three incredible mentors: Jack Miller, Pete Fortunato and Dyches Boddiford. Why were these three men the guys we went with back in the 1990’s…and why are they still the guys we’re with today?


Record keeping. Boring right? But boy is it ever important. Want to see how an old, seasoned investor does his record keeping? If you do, you need to be at October’s meeting!


Remember: A good number of us meet at the Hilton Garden Inn around 5:30 to have supper before the meeting. The what’s-happening-now dinner conversation is always enlightening…and it’s a great way to network with other like-minded capitalist!


This will be a great evening. We look forward to seeing your smiling face. Please bring family and friends. And remember: We LOVE questions and input – questions and input make us all better, smarter, wiser real estate investors!


Bill and Kim Cook


COST: $10/person (kids under 18 cruise in for free).

GUARANTEE: All of our REIA meetings and seminars come with a 100% no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee. If, for any reason, you do not think our meeting or seminar was worth your valuable time, we will gladly refund all of your money with a smile and no questions asked.