Thursday, 5 September 2013

REIA of Oakland Presents "Deals and Dollars"

REIA of Oakland
A Non-Profit Real Estate Investment Group
Serving Wayne, Oakland, Livingston, and Macomb Counties

The Real Estate Investors Association of Oakland

Proudly Presents:


"Deals and Dollars" 

Major Keys for Finding Hidden Jewels and Raising Private Capital

Thursday, September 12, 2013


Some of the Points that will be touched on are:


                             •Blogging Your Way to Success

                             •How to Instantly Build Capacity and Credibility

                             •Capital may just be one form away

                             •How to get the Best Deals

                             •Why do most investors fail

Ian Watts has one burning passion – To Help Others Accomplish Their Financial Goals and Dreams! His Real Estate Investment career began with him purchasing his first investment property at the age of 19. Starting with no money, no team and despite many people telling him that he was too young to be a real estate investor, he systematically built a multimillion dollar real estate portfolio by the age of 26. Although Ian is an accomplished investor and entrepreneur, he credits his massive failures as what most qualifies him to advise clients and proudly lead Pierson and Company.


Bring your questions.  This will be a very informative nitght.  See you there!

Meeting Location

 Club Venetian
29310 John R Rd.

Madison Heights, MI


Meeting Schedule

·         5:30pm Vendors

·         5:45pm - 6:30pm Early Bird Q&A

·         6:30pm - 7:15pm Dinner

·         7:15pm - 7:30pm General Membership Meeting

·         7:30pm - 9:00pm Guest Speaker

The public is welcome to attend at any of the above times.
It is not necessary to attend all night.


Admission Fee

REIA of Oakland Member - meeting is FREE;   

Dinner is $16 if paid in advance, $18 at the door

Non-member - $20.00 meeting only, $38 meeting and dinner



About REIA of Oakland

REIA of Oakland is a non-profit organization founded in 1981 run entirely by volunteers. REIA goals include providing education to their members, providing professional networking, and monitoring the political and legislative environment as it affects the real estate investment business.


Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. Each month we have a different guest speaker, including national speakers on topics useful to real estate investors. The formal presentation is followed by a question and answer session.


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