Join the Club February 27th!
The Boston Real Estate Investment Club has announced another meeting on Wednesday, February 27th at Osaka Japanese Sushi & Steak House.
About the Club
The Boston Real Estate Investment Club is open to real estate investors of all experience levels who want to meet and continuously learn from other investors and real estate professionals. Each meeting features knowledgeable speakers to guide members through new and relevant topics relating to the many aspects of Real Estate Investment. Past events have covered Why invest in Real Estate?, Foreclosures, Self-directed IRA’s, 1031 Exchanges, and Creative Tax Strategies.
It’s an opportunity to network with others who share similar goals & needs, to learn about unique & hot properties, to find ways of obtaining & utilizing different sources of capital, and so much more!
February’s meeting will feature:
Matt Newman :: Investor
“In the mid 1990s, Matthew started a real estate company that today has two offices: one in Brookline, and one in Jamaica Plain, Prudential Unlimited Real Estate. He is a silent partner but participates in corporate development and consultation. Matthew began buying, managing and developing real estate in the early to mid 1990s. At first he bought condominiums, three family houses and small projects. Now over 20 years later, he owns over 200 residential units, has completed dozens of condominium conversions, acquisition-renovation-management situations, and renovated and sold numerous assets and properties, has developed dozens of projects and has bought and sold over 50 million dollars worth of property in the area. Matthew is still involved with the two Prudential offices. Currently, he oversees the management of the Newman Properties portfolio and is seeking new acquisitions. “
Eric Erickson :: Investor / Mortgage Specialist
“In 1992 I began my career in the mortgage industry. By the mid 1990’s I became known as the “Go-To Guy” and the “He can get it done guy” for the FHA 203K loan. I founded my own mortgage company in 1996 just a few short years before the economy took a large downturn and eventually the FHA 203K loan became obsolete. Now in 2012 the program is needed again and I am back to provide these loans to properties in need of improvement. I have the opportunity to bring my skills to borrowers that need to navigate the current lending environment. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage has given me the ability to provide both the FHA renovation loan as well as Conventional loan programs for home buyers and investors.”
• 2013 Investment Planning •
• Short Sale Update •
• Hot Properties •
• and more! •
February 27th, 2012
6:00PM :: Registration / Networking / Food / Drink
6:45PM :: Lighting Round with Guest Speakers & Prudential Unlimited Staff
7:00PM :: Meeting
Location / Amenities / Registration
Osaka Japanese Restaurant
14 Green St, Brookline, MA 02446
$10 with pre-registration (www.BREIC.com)
OR $15 at the door (Includes Sushi)
Cash Bar Available