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Workshop: Road Map to Real Estate Wealth

with... Multiple Speaker(s)

Get started! Get motivated! Get the education you need! If you're new to investing or are a current investor looking to refine your goals and move forward, register now! Lunch is provided.

Saturday, January 25, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Home of the Innocents
1100 East Market Street
Louisville, KY 40206

Illustration by Nina Musgrave

Come to our Saturday workshop! You get a full day of real estate education from active, local investors, at a bargain price. And you get a free lunch too!

Picking up from our Thursday, January 23rd, main meeting -- a jam-packed two-hour presentation -- we plan to meet our goals of:

  • Providing new investors enough information to get started investing
  • Helping new to mid-level investors set or refine their short- and long-term goals
  • Building attendees' confidence by introducing them to other investors who have achieved success in a few short years
  • Giving investors actionable items to move forward
  • Leaving new investors with enough information to have an idea which path to go down

If you like what you hear on Thursday but want more clarity on your particular situation, this workshop is for you. Lunch will be provided during this day-long workshop! Speaker Mike Fallot of MM Lending is picking up the tab. Thanks, Mike!

Each of the three speakers — and they are well-known powerhouses in the Kentuckiana investing community — will have more time to teach, present case studies, AND ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.

Our presenters are...

Erik Hitzelberger, Covering REI Basics

Erik HitzelbergerA systems-driven rehabber and landlord, Erik Hitzelberger will start things off Saturday morning with a look at why real estate makes sense for wealth building, and why it blows competing investment classes out of the water. If you're counting on Social Security, your 401(k) or the stock market to fund your retirement, you really need to listen to Erik.

Erik is going to help you figure out where you are on your individual road map to wealth and evaluate the strategies that can get you there. Holding rental property is vital to achieving real wealth, we all know, but what roles do wholesaling and rehabbing play? How passive or active a real estate investor do you want to be? How much wealth do you need or want? Figuring out these things will help you define your goals, and Erik will offer insight.

Erik has been on KREIA's board for many years, is a KREIA past vice president and currently serves as the group's secretary. He's also a principal in Freedom Property Group, a turnkey rentals company that buys and rehabs a massive amount of properties in order to sell them to truly passive investors -- and then take on property management for them.

Mike Fallot, on Getting Started and Funding Deals

Mike FallotAs a local lender who funds rehabbers on their house flip deals — and their rehab-and-refi-into-rentals deals (the popular BRRRR method) — Mike Fallot knows a thing or two about real estate investing.

Working with rehabbers over the years through his company, MM Lending, Mike has figured out where some of the optimal places are for investing in Kentuckiana, along with the types of properties that yield the best returns.

Mike has helped longtime investors rehab many houses, and he's helped new investors conquer that first flip. If you attended the Oct. 1, 2019, L.O.T.S. event in the Camp Taylor neighborhood, you met a couple who completed their first solo flip using funds from MM Lending. According to RedFin, the completely remodeled home is under contract now!

If you're wondering how to arrange funding for your real estate endeavors, whether you have a big nest egg or not, and whether your goal is to flip houses or buy rental property, take lots of notes during Mike's presentation — and ask him lots of questions. Mike has also served on KREIA's board and has been a frequent KREIA guest speaker.

Bonus Presenter: Mike has invited Rob Bergeron of The Louisville Network to update us on local market conditions.

Harry Borders, on Building Your Business

Harry BordersYou probably know Harry Borders as one of the most prolific closing attorneys in the area with his firm, Borders & Borders. He also helps new investors create entities best suited for real estate businesses. Should you work out of an LLC, an S-Corp, a C-Corp? Harry fill you in.

Real estate is a team sport, and Harry will describe who you should have on your team. He'll also cover some marketing basics.

And if you're looking for contracts and other agreements approved by a Kentucky attorney, talk to Harry! He's very generous in sharing his documents. Remember, contracts and docs you acquire from out-of-state real estate coaches may not be legal here in Kentucky.

A landlord himself, with plenty of cash-flowing rentals in his portfolio, Harry is uniquely positioned to answer your questions from many angles.

Be in the Room Where It Happens!

These three guys have been active in the local real estate investing scene for a long time, and they can teach you a lot. In fact, getting them in the same room to teach and answer your questions is a big deal, so we hope you take advantage of the opportunity and register now!

But we have more education in store with the return of the five guest panelists from Thursday night. These are folks who have not been active in real estate a long time, but you'll definitely want to quiz them too. Why? Because they're investors who have achieved success in a short time, and they can especially relate to where you're coming from if you're brand new or if you're taking your second or third steps into investing! They're going to share tips they wished others had told them when they were just starting out — and more.

The Panelists

It's an open forum! Please get your questions ready for these investors:

  • Nina Musgrave & Ian Hooper — they've done rehabs and hold rental property. Nina is active on KREIA's board, and Ian is a Realtor.
  • Luke & Christina Neubauer — they're heavy into buy-and-holds, have done some rehabbing, and have had success with Airbnb.
  • Cameron DeGeorge -- he's one of the new generation of successful wholesalers. (The Branch Brothers were to speak originally but couldn't make it. Cameron volunteered to take their spot. Thanks, Cameron!)

Getting There

The workshop will be held at the Home of the Innocents, which has a huge campus. We'll be in the basement of the Hockensmith Building. Click to see our annotated map of the campus, pointing out the Hockensmith Building and available parking spots.


Members:
$79.00
Non-Members:
$179.00


Early Bird Special Pricing...
Up To 1/20/2020
Members: $49.00 -- Non-Members: $149.00

Regular Price
Members: $79.00 -- Non-Members: $179.00


This event is limited to the first 50 people - Only 9 seats left.

Date:  Saturday, January 25, 2020
Time:  9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location:

Home of the Innocents

1100 East Market Street
Louisville, KY 40206

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