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CT REIA Announces January 2012 Meeting Of The Connecticut Women Real Estate Investors Association
On January 23, 2012, the Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association (CT REIA) will be hosting its quarterly Women Real Estate Investors Association meeting. Attendees will network with other investors in Connecticut.
The Women Real Estate Investors Association, or WREIA, is an organization designed specifically for women to educate, empower and encourage women to invest in real estate. WREIA is one of country's fastest growing and premier real estate investor associations. This organization promotes responsible property and project management through the use of ethical business practices. At this seminar, attendees will learn from two of CT REIA’s most successful members – Sue Nelson and Laura Abbott. Sue Nelson and her business partners own 1500 commercial units. She is now one of the worlds leading experts in commercial real estate. She will show attendees how a mom of three and a former art teacher started her real estate career at CT REIA. Attendees will also learn how CT REIA member and coaching student Laura Abbott, mom of five, made a $92,000 profit on one of her first deals.
CT REIA is an organization that provides motivation, networking opportunities, and up-to-date education for people who want to buy homes or investment properties. Each month nationally recognized real estate investing trainers hold seminars at CT REIA. Real estate professionals, investors, landlords, property managers, realtors, contractors, wholesalers, rehabbers, and the general public are invited to attend our meetings. For more information on this and other real estate investing seminars from CT REIA, please call (860) 265-4414 or visit http://www.ctreia.com .
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The CT REIA is the largest real estate investors & apartment owners association in the Northeast and its mission is to provide educational and networking opportunities, business opportunities for entrepreneurs in the real estate investment community.