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SO  a lot has been happening! Remember the man we drove up 4 hours to see? We got that house under contract after following up with him and we were so close to selling it. Literally 2-4 thousand dollars off from the investor who wanted to...

Finally. It's finally my turn. Anthony has been to the last few REI events without me because I had lessons in the evenings on Mondays and Wednesdays (at which,  apparently ALL the good REI events are scheduled) , but it was finally my time to shine!...

Coming into our third Real Estate Investors event I'm growing to love it more and more. Not ever knowing what to expect coming into these events; only hoping to network with really awesome people and to learn new things. Thats exactly what has happened this...

Waking up on a cold rainy day was the day of my next Real Estate Investor event. Thinking "I wonder how many people will show up now" debating my own attendance. Something kept going across my mind that it's usually on days like these; that you really don't want to miss out on opportunities, because they present themselves when you least expect it. As i entered it was a causal bar for a pure free networking event for hard money lenders, contractors, real estate attorney's, etc. The next best news is that it was free!! For some reason I first believed it would be hosted at an auditorium setting. But the atmosphere at that event was very comforting and welcoming which felt really nice. The host of the event was extremely kind and genuine, first time hosting a networking event and it ran very well; I wouldn't have guessed that it was her first time hosting it. A core value I believe in is "provide people value first, and think about profits second"; in the book "The Go-Giver" they state how the secret to success (well a part of it) is to simply give. And how theoretically anyone can be successful, because anyone can give, and especially when you give others value.