More than thirty investor-friendly real estate vendors will show you how to find more properties, how to invest them, how to fix them and how to sell (or hold) them for a profit.
Ever wonder how you can avoid typical landlord mistakes? Jan Rannow, JaxREIA board member and multi-property landlord/investor will teach us how to be a successful landlord at one of the four mini-seminars featured at our trade show.
Learn how to access the $4 trillion IRA market for funding your deals with Jason DeBono, General Manager of Entrust Administration Services, at his mini-seminar “How to Raise Monday and Private Lending from a Self-Directed IRA.” In addition, you will learn the things to look out for when issuing private loans, people your IRA cannot lend to and different types of loan structures used.
Other mini-seminars, “5 Steps to Doing Your First Deal” and “Achieving Financial Freedom Through Real Estate Investing,” will also be available to any and all interested in the real estate market for no charge.
Take part in JaxREIA’s 12th Annual Trade Show, and don’t forget to bring a friend. Come and meet local experts who will help you succeed as a landlord or real estate investor – even in this real estate market. There will be door prizes, free refreshments and plenty of networking opportunities with 30+ investor-friendly real estate vendors that you do not want to miss.
The event will be held at 103 Century 21 Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32216. For more information please call 888-545-7342 or visit www.jaxreia.org. Don’t forget to become a fan of JaxREIA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
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JaxREIA was founded in 1985 and is a non-profit corporation in Jacksonville, Fla. Currently, JaxREIA is the area’s oldest and largest real estate investors association. We are directed by a Board of Directors and elected officers, all who serve without pay. We offer education, discussion and networking opportunities to Real Estate Entrepreneurs and help them reach their financial goals using sound, honest business practices. Further, we strive to promote JaxREIA members as positive, ethical contributors to the economic and social well-being of our community.