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Time: May 8, 2012 from 5:30pm to 9pm
Location: The Fountains
Street: 502 E Carmel Dr.
Website or Map: http://www.cireia.org
Phone: (317) 670-8491
Event Type: general, meeting, real, estate, exit, strategies, closings, title, insurance, hud
Organized By: Kirstin Offenbacher
Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2012
5:45 – Speed Networking
6:00 – Early Meeting – Michael Vick, Real Estate Closings/Title Insurance/HUD1
With all of the new laws, regulations, and industry changes, Michael Vick of Chicago Title will speak about the following topics:
Michael grew up in Indianapolis where he graduated from Warren Central and also graduated from Ball State University in 1998. After college Michael entered the Real Estate field as an agent at C-21 on the north side of Indianapolis. Michael has been in the Real Estate field going on 14 years. This includes lending and the past seven years as a business consultant in the Title Industry. Michael and his beautiful wife have 2 wonderful children Lauren and Caleb.
7:15 – Main Meeting – Jay Redding, Exit Strategies That Create Win-Win Solutions
Jay began his real estate investing career in 2005. He has been a full time investor since 2007. His business focus and specialized knowledge is in rehabs, lease options, rentals, fix and flips, discounted turnkey cash flowing properties for passive investors, wholesale properties, self-directed IRA investing and basic asset protection.
In addition, he is a managing member in three commercial projects and has extensive experience in residential investing. His expertise has been sought out as a consultant, mentor and coach by independent clients throughout the Midwest as well as California and New York.
Learn from an individual that is in the trenches actively doing deals on a daily basis. His down to earth, common sense approach to investing is a breath of fresh air in this often over hyped and under delivered guru environment.
Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of common real estate exit strategies is a must in today’s investing environment. Exit strategies are inherently tied to an investor’s entry strategy as well as one’s over all investing goals. No one strategy fits all circumstances. As such, time will be devoted to the following key areas:
Jay received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education with a minor in Science from Taylor University in 1982, a Master’s Degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in human performance in 1984 and a Certified Medical Representative (CMR) Distinction in 1997. He coached track and field collegiately for 5 years and has won numerous regional and national awards over his 17 years of experience as a pharmaceutical sales representative. In his spare time he enjoys sports, fishing, hobbing farming and running.