Archive for February, 2012
Imagine having 3-10 motivated sellers contacting you each day. Sound incredible? Be careful what you wish for. No matter where you live there are motivated sellers just waiting to “give” you their houses, leaving you with thousands of dollars in profits. You will even learn how to draw in deals exactly the way you need them, such as wholesale deals, creative owner financing and more!
Join us on Thursday, March 1st at 7PM ET for a special Training Opportunity Webcast with our good friend and Atlanta REIA Business Member, Kathy Kennebrook. Kathy will be explaining how to buy and sell houses quickly in any market and she’ll be explaining exactly how she runs her real estate business on this incredible Call.
Some of the points she will be covering are: Read More→
Hey Everyone, we’ve had an opportunity to find out even more about Kathy Kennebrook’s amazing marketing system. You don’t want to miss this incredible webcast on Thursday, March 1st at 7PM ET. It could make a huge difference in your profits this year!
Kathy is going to cover some amazing strategies to help you crank up your buying machine and automatically schedule and manage all of the direct mail campaigns she uses to find highly qualified motivated sellers and buyers for her properties.
A Training Webcast with Kathy Kennebrook
Hey Everyone! This is your invitation to join us Thursday, March 1st at 7PM ET for a special Training Opportunity Webcast we are hosting with our good friend Kathy Kennebrook. Her topic will be “Turbo Charging Your Buying Machine, Your Income Streams, and Running Your Real Estate Investing Business on Auto-pilot”.
This is going to be an incredible session where Kathy is going to share all of her insider secrets of the ins and outs of buying and selling houses quickly no matter what your real estate market is doing. Register for the Webcast Now!
Come join us at the West Subgroup on Monday night at 6:30 PM at the Cherokee Cattle Company in Marietta, where Joe Thompson will share with us extremely valuable secrets to success. Here’s a glimpse into the life-changing topics Joe is going to cover:
- to plan or not plan
- where are we today?
- the WHY factor
- the eight step goal setting process
- how do you apply your goal setting?
- tips tools and techniques
- a call to action
Are you new to real estate and want to learn what I consider to be the absolute biggest factor in whether you succeed in this business or not? Have you been at this real estate thing for a while and just aren’t seeing the results you’d like to have? Have you thought that there is some key ingredient that you just can’t get ahold of? What is the difference between people that make mediocre to average success at best, and those few that are very successful at what they do? There are some very key thoughts and rituals the very successful embrace that the average person either doesn’t know about or won’t do in order to reach high levels of achievement. Do you know what these key fundamentals are? Well you should, if you want to be truly successful in whatever endeavors you take on! Read More→
In 1995, when Kim and I made our start as real estate investors, we knew nothing about nothing about real estate. When we attended local real estate investor meetings, we didn’t understand anything anyone said – it was as if they spoke a different language. It was very frustrating!
So why didn’t we quit – after all, that’s what most would-be investors do soon after they start, right? We didn’t quit because Kim and I didn’t want to “work for the man” for the rest of our lives. We wanted to make our own way. We wanted to have our capital assets working for us instead of us working for our capital assets.
Can’t tell you the number of times someone has told us, “Yeah, I’ve been thinking about buying some investment property, but don’t know where to start.” Read More→
When we’re selling or renting a house, the neighbors can help make it a pleasant experience or a real nightmare. Bill and I always try to talk with the neighbors and listen to their needs and concerns. We want the neighbors to like our house and appreciate the improvements we make. We also want the neighborhood’s values to benefit from our sales price.
We recently bought a house in a very nice neighborhood where the values had taken a terrible turn downward. We did a beautiful rehab to the house and property, spending about $24,000 on improvements. The neighbors were patient with the noise and tolerant of our trucks constantly blocking the road. Read More→
Even though it is the last week of the month, it is also the first week of March and we have a lot going on. Monday is Atlanta REIA West with Joe Thompson on Goal Setting and Time Management. Tuesday is an Evening with an Expert Webcast with Attorney Craig Halperin on Title Insurance and Closings. Tuesday is also the Note Buyers Group in Smyrna. Thursday is Haves & Wants. Thursday night is a special Webcast on Direct Mail Marketing with Kathy Kennebrook. Read More→
JUST ANNOUNCED: We are very excited to announce the new Creative Deal Structuring (CDS) hosted by local investor and real estate investing mentor, Russ Hiner. CDS for real estate investors is a brand new monthly educational and networking group of like-minded people who want to succeed in creating wealth through creative real estate investing. Members and guests will learn problem solving techniques and the art of deal making. Attend and you will discover how easy it is to put yourself in a powerful financial position with the use of the creative techniques that are discussed in this group.
The first Creative Deal Structuring Group meets on Wednesday, March 7th at 7 PM a the Cheyenne Grill located 2391 Peachtree Rd NE in Atlanta (Buckhead). Atlanta REIA Members can attend for no charge and guests for $10. We request that all attendees purchase a meal and tip the wait staff generously since they allow us to use the meeting room at no charge. Read more→
JUST ANNOUNCED: We are very excited to announce that Bob Massey, a local investor and national speaker, has teamed up with Atlanta REIA to create a new quarterly networking and educational subgroup focused on short sales and foreclosures. With all of the changes going on with short sales, state laws, bank and government programs and the new quiet title actions, it is critical that investors keep up with all the ongoing changes. The opportunities surrounding pre-foreclosure homes are huge. Bob has started this group so that he and all of our members can share information and techniques for monetizing this huge income potential.
The Short Sale & Foreclosure Group (SSF) will have it’s first meeting on Tuesday, March 20th at Noon at O’Charleys located at 1289 Dogwood Dr SW in Conyers, GA. During the first session Bob will give a foreclosure market update and share his views on the short sale market and on Quiet Title. Atlanta REIA Members can attend this meeting at NO Charge. Non-Members may attend only if they RSVP Online for $25. Read more→
It’s absolutely true. I usually start my day talking to sellers, making offers and buying a property before I ever get through my first glass of iced tea in the morning, (I’m allergic to coffee) or get out of my pajamas.
When I first got started in the real estate business a few years ago, I was working in full-time sales logging thousands of miles each year because if I didn’t work, I didn’t get paid. Frankly, I was tired of the whole business. I just thought there had to be a better way to make a living.
Then I discovered real estate and quickly found out the best deals were going to be made only with sellers who were truly motivated to sell.
Once I decided I wanted to make a lot of money…and enjoy the good life that goes with it, I knew I needed to find a way to make it happen. And the way to that goal was to find motivated sellers who wanted and needed to sell.
I Want To Help You Earn The Same Big Profits I Do… Even in Today’s Market!
Hundreds of real estate investors all over America have implemented my systems. Now they have motivated sellers practically begging them to take their properties off their hands. What’s their secret? What’s their edge?
At Last I Have Unlocked The Secrets To Getting Really Motivated Sellers, Buyers and Lenders Contacting You.
What are the Secrets??? Join me on the special Webcast I’m doing with Atlanta REIA on Thursday, March 1st at 7PM to find out more!
You will learn how to Carve A Unique Niche Market That Other Real Estate Investors Simply Don’t Know About. My special techniques are designed to identify and address a unique and virtually untapped market place of motivated sellers … some of those include out-of-state owners, inherited properties, pre-foreclosures, burned-out landlords, hard to find owners, expired listings, estates, military transfers and more! Read More→
Craig M. Halperin was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from North Springs High School, he conducted his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a B.A. in Business Economics. Craig went on to study at the University of Georgia, Hirsch School of Law on scholarship, where he enrolled in a J.D./M.Ed. joint degree program. After graduation from law school, Craig practiced corporate law until making the switch to the practice of real property law in early 2006. Craig has acted as the Managing Partner and CFO of Halperin Lyman, LLC since its inception. Halperin Lyman has successfully conducted thousands of closings for hundreds of different clients, working hand in hand with real estate investors, agents and brokers, both conventional and private money lenders, as well as a team of vendors specializing in real estate investments, to see each transaction through from cradle to grave. Read More→
Jonathan Lyman was born in Atlanta, Georgia and was raised in Gwinnett County. After graduating from Shiloh High School, he attended The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Law and Legal Studies. He went on to study law at the University of Georgia, Hirsch School of Law where he focused his studies on real property law and received a J.D. in May of 2004. He was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in December of 2004 and has been employed in the transactional real property field since. Read More→