Why Celebrate Laboring for Others When You Can Work for Yourself Instead?Posted on September 3, 2010 by
Celebrate Your Last Labor Day with Atlanta REIA!
Hey everyone, our next Atlanta Real Estate Investors Alliance Meeting is on Monday, September 6th, 2010 at 5:30 PM at the Doubletree Hotel in Roswell GA. Yes, it is true that this is the Labor Day holiday for all of you with J.O.B.s, but for the rest of us, this is just another day to get together with our fellow real estate professionals and celebrate the fact that we don’t have jobs thanks to the financial Independence that real estate investing has given us.
So if you have a job, enjoy the weekend and better part of Monday with your friends and family, and then come out and join us at 5:30 PM and celebrate what could be your “Last” Labor Day if you choose to make it so. Then you can spend the rest of the year working with your new real estate investor association to achieve the financial freedom you want and deserve so you can “lose your job” and join the ranks of the “self unemployed”! As you know, many investors make more money off a single deal or two than many of their friends and family members make all year. Come hang with us and other successful investors to learn how you can too!
Gordon Catts, our Educational Director, has put together a panel of experienced investors for our September 6th Atlanta REIA Labor Day Meeting. The panel discussion theme is quit laboring for someone else and labor for yourself instead using real estate investing as your means to do so. The panel consists of the following people:
- Steve Jordan who is a buy and hold investor who does some rehabbing and is a hard money lender as well.
- Tommy Cater who is a buy and hold investor who has acquired, rehabbed, managed and sold single family homes, small multi-family homes as well as commercial properties. He currently owns and manages a string of student rentals as well as several boarding houses.
- Reginald “Reggie” Jackson who is a full time investor who manages and rehabs single family and multi-family homes. He has formerly managed properties for several government agencies and has a wealth of information to share with you.
All of these panelists are all full time investors and actively doing business in the Atlanta real estate market. It It will be interesting to hear their stories and how you too can survive and thrive in the current economy and real estate market place. So come out and celebrate what could be your Last Labor Day with us!