If long-term, passive income and investments with big, safe returns turn you on more than quick cash, George Antone is your guy. And if you want a serious, in-depth discussion of how it works (math and all), this all-day workshop is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
George is a big thinker: he’s authored 2 best-selling books, founded a company and Inc. 500 Company, and created the largest network of private lenders in the U.S. And he understands money at a level that most investors just don’t. He’s going to share things we bet you’ve never heard in a workshop or seminar before (unless it was his), like:
This isn’t the usual recycled “save your way to prosperity” financial advice; it’s serious, high-level information for serious investors. It’s not about how to get rich quick, it’s about how to make intelligent decisions based on real numbers when making a long-term investment.
George Antone is the author of The Wealthy Code, The Banker’s Code, and Debt Millionaire. His company, MPactWealth, made the Inc List of 500 fastest-growing companies.
Buying houses, fixing them up, and selling them is one of the most rewarding, profitable, and—if you don’t know what you’re doing, risky—strategies in real estate. Lucky for you, Robyn Thompson hasn’t just figured out the systems and processes; she’s also willing to share them with the rest of us. If you’ve never had the pleasure of attending one of Robyn’s all-day workshops, it’s time… and here’s a little of what you’ll learn:
Robyn has renovated over 350 properties ranging from $50,000 starter homes to $3.5 million luxury estates. She has the most up-to-date information in the country about what qualified homebuyers want in today’s market, and how to get it to them while earning 5 figures per deal.
This is OREIA’s 31st annual convention, and in that time, we’ve seen a LOT of attendees achieve their goals—and a lot who, despite having the same access to education, the same 24 hours in a day, and the same market in which to work, have experienced a continual “failure to launch”.
What do the successful people have in common that the unsuccessful ones don’t share, and how can you make sure you’re in the A group?
That’s exactly what Vena will share, drawing on new discoveries in behavioral science and her own observations in 20+ years as an association leader and a coach. Start off your Summit experience on the right foot as you learn:
Get your head on straight and get the most from this year’s Summit by starting it off with this inspiring AND implementable presentation.
Vena Jones-Cox is a 25 year veteran of the real estate business and has completed over 1,000 deals. She’s the host of Public Radio’s Real Life Real Estate, past president of Cincinnati REIA. Ohio REIA, and National REIA, and a passionate advocate for real estate investing’s ability to positively change lives, neighborhoods, and minds.
In a hot market, you’re probably more worried than ever about setting yourself apart from “the competition” when it comes to approaching sellers, lenders, partners, and customers and clients, right?
The secret is BRANDING. Not the multi-billion dollar ad campaign type of branding that big companies do, but simply setting yourself apart in your customer’s minds AND your own mind from the endless ‘others’ out there.
That branding is exactly what Raymond Aaron teaches—and implements in his own business. When you come to this presentation, he’ll prove to you that:
Raymond is worth listening to just for his high energy, booming optimism, and inspiring attitude, but you’ll also walk out of this session with a crystal-clear idea of what you need to do to stop being just another faceless investor among thousands and be a BRAND.
Raymond Aaron is a real estate investor and serial entrepreneur. He was featured in the movie The Secret, and is a New York Times best-selling author.
Inner game is 80% of the battle in becoming a successful real estate entrepreneur—or anything else, for that matter.
That’s why we’ve recruited Dr. Steve Taubman, a hypnotist and “professional attitude adjustor” to spend some time showing you how to tap into the power of your own mind to get more done while maintaining the balance we all want. Why stress, when you can learn to:
Get out of bed early on Sunday and get to this presentation, a perfect compliment to the hardcore real estate education you’ll need to implement when you get home!
Dr. Steve Taubman is an in-demand corporate trainer and expert on removing mental barriers, starting with his own. After suffering crippling anxiety low self-esteem early in his career, he set off on a journey to explore of Western psychotherapy, Eastern teachings of mindfulness, hypnosis, and the science of neurology provided which ultimately led to the creation of his successful UnHypnosis system and bestselling book.
Ya know what? Some folks just can’t deal with the ugly, smelly houses. And that’s OK, because if you know how, you can make just as much money flipping properties in great area and great condition that you’d be proud to live in.
The secret ingredient is lease/options—a way of controlling properties with little or no money down, no need for or impact on your credit, and pretty minimal risk.
Jim Aydelotte has perfected this strategy, and is coming to OREIA for the very first time to share:
If you’re ready to stop fighting everyone else for the discounted, ugly properties, come learn how you can offer pretty close to full price for pretty close to perfect houses, and still make money.
Jim Aydelotte retired from his job as an engineer in 2006 to become a full-time pastor and part-time real estate agent. He’s done over $5 million in gross transactions in 3-5 hours a week since then.
You’ve probably heard of “Private Equity”, a method Wall Street used raise money to buy literally tens of thousands of houses in the past decade. But you probably never thought that YOU could use the same basic strategies to raise money to get all the rentals you’d ever want, right?
John Burley has. In fact, he has a complete business model that allows him to get $10,000 cash on every property he and his partners buy, AND retain part of the ownership going forward. It’s this strategy he’ll be sharing, including:
John has perfected his model to the point where he has personally completed over 2,000 deals. If you’re looking for a way to fix your slow, broken acquisition and management strategy, this is it.
John Burley left Wall Street in 1989 to found his own real estate private equity firm. He’s a best-selling author (Money Secrets of the Rich), owns properties in multiple countries, and rarely has the time to speak at events, so we’re thrilled to have him!
When there’s a gold rush, you want to be in the business of selling picks and shovels. When there’s a real estate gold rush, you want to be in the business of selling what everyone wants: deals. And that means adding wholesaling to your bag of strategies
But the #1 thing that stops most people from building a big wholesaling business is the TIME—to do mailings, talk to sellers, look at properties, advertise deals…so let’s take away THAT excuse by introducing you to Tracy Caywood, who automated her wholesaling business in 2013, and has never looked back. Join her at her first Summit appearance and find out:
It’s OK to make a full-time wholesaling income with part time effort, really it is. Come get convinced by a real-life investor who’s actually done it.
Tracy Caywood retired from a job at a fortune 500 company in 1998 to become a full-time real estate entrepreneur. Today, she runs an automated wholesaling business in Nashville and Jacksonville.
Trust us: if you know how to find and profit from deals, money is NOT a problem. It’s everywhere, and people want to give it to you. At least if you know where to look and how to ask for it.
That’s exactly what Alan Cowgill teaches: how to find private individuals who WANT TO give you money to buy, rehab, and sell or hold any kind property you can imagine. He’ll share:
And so much more. Don’t let the idea of getting private lenders intimidate you: let Alan give you the confidence you need to raise all the private money you want.
Alan Cowgill has been investing in real estate in the Springfield, Ohio area since 1995 and has completed hundreds of deals, mostly using private money.
Mortgage investing is the best kept “secret” in the real estate business, and buying DEFAULTED mortgages is one of the most profitable ways to get into the mortgage business.
Why buy mortgages that aren’t being paid? Because they’re cheap, and you have multiple exit strategies (loan modification, deed in lieu of foreclosure, foreclosure) and the potential upsides are HUGE—like double-digit return huge. In Scott Carson’s first Summit appearance, he’ll share his experiences in this market, including:
The world of defaulted mortgages is fascinating, and you’ll see why after you’ve seen Scott explain how they work!
Scott Carson has been a full time note investor since 2008 and has bought and sold over half a billion dollars in notes. He was named note educator of the year in 2014.
Let’s see if you can do this math without a calculator: you buy a houses for $10,000 and sell it immediately on payments of $600 a month for 15 years. Is your return on investment enough?
Because that’s exactly what Larry Goins does every day: buy cheap rundown houses and sell them on land contract to people who can, and want to, fix them. It’s a killer business model in a world where the very contractors and handypeople who want these properties are also making good money—but still can’t get bank financing. So come find out how it works, including:
Larry Goins has been in the real estate business for 25 years as a wholesaler, creative buyer, hard money lender, and more.
If you’re a big thinker, you’ve probably asked yourself the question, “Why invest in $100,000 houses when $1,000,000 apartment buildings are more passive, more profitable, and just as easy to get?”
Sue Nelson agrees with you 100%, and since she’s the owner (with her partners) of over 1,500 units around the U.S., she’s a good person to get your advice from. Sue will show you:
Sue Nelson is former school teacher and mother of 3 who started buying apartments and commercial properties more than a decade ago. Today, she’s retired on the income from her nationwide apartment holdings
No question, the biggest challenge in today’s real estate market is the lack of inventory. So when everyone else is fighting over MLS, foreclosure, and auction deals, what should you do? Why, get creative, of course.
Damon Remy, founder of REIBlackbook, will share and proven ways of finding and reeling in great deals online and from creative marketing methods offline that most people just aren’t using. Join him and discover:
Damon Remy is the creator of the industry standard lead generation and CRM software REIBlackbook
If you’re still managing rentals like you did 10 years ago, you’re not taking advantage of the many time and hassle-saving strategies and systems that you should be. Steven VanCawenbergh HAD to learn these profitable shortcuts, as his portfolio grew from zero to over 150 units in just a few years. Now he’ll share his best tips for being an “automatic landlord”, including:
House sharing sites like AirBnB are changing the real estate business—and not the way you think. You don’t need to own a house on a beach or at a ski resort to get MUCH higher rents from short-term tenants.
Al Williamson is ready to convince you: he’s a landlord with properties in regular c, b, and a neighborhoods in Sacramento who rents them for 3-6 months to business travelers at, sometimes, 3 times what he gets in rent on the same houses from long-term tenants. Interested? Then come learn:
If you already have rentals, come hear this even if you don’t think they’re the right type or in the right area, because this business is a lot different than you’re probably picturing!
Al Williamson is a long-time landlord who stumbled on short-term corporate rentals a few years back, and has been perfecting his system ever since.