REIA of Macomb LIVE Meetup

How To Use Mortgages To
Buy Investment Properties...

Even When Everyone Talks About
All Cash Deals Only

At May's Live Meetup on Thursday, May 30th, one of the biggest misconceptions new and experienced investors have will be BUSTED!

Brian Mutter of Envoy mortgage will show you how to buy, fix and flip houses using conventional financing.  No hard money, no private lenders, just a regular mortgage!

Local wholesaler and active REIA of Macomb member Jeff Shipp will lead the Q&A with Brian.  Jeff's a full-time investor whose knowledge of the REI business goes wide and deep.

A few of the topics covered will be:

-What's the fastest way line up funds to buy properties
-How to practically guarantee your offer will be accepted
-What's the #1 factor finance companies look for in a borrower
-What's the BIGGEST Mistake most new investors make
-If a wholesaler or seller says they want all cash and how to battle it and win
-Plus much, much more

DO NOT MISS our next Live Event.

What: REIA of Macomb Monthly Event
When: Thursday, May 30th, 2019
Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. for networking (this is when the deals get done!)
Main Event: 7:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.

Where: Macomb Community College
South Campus K Building
14500 E. 12 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48088

Cost to attend:

FREE: Active REIA of Macomb Members
FREE: First Time Attendees
$20: Returning Guests

Tell Us What You Want to Learn

229 responses to “Next Live Meetup”

  1. I am interested in learing more about your group. Would be a first time attendee. When and where is your next meeting?

  2. Hello I noticed that your last event was late September. Do you have any upcoming events? I would like to learn about investing , and also meet contractors and buyers. I want to be around like minded people.

  3. Hello,

    I am a real estate investor. I am looking for cash buyers in the local area. Due to my current work schedule I cannot make it out to evening event. I was wondering if your group distributes wholesale deals that sellers have any meet ups on the week end.

    Thanks,
    Mallesh Gopalswami

  4. What is the ideal distance and placement of fridge, stove and sink? What is an ideal food prep area? What other ergonomic factors are there?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Secure Your Seat

privacy We will NEVER share your info