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October 14th FFREIA Meeting – How to Profit In Tax Forclosure Auctions

October 13, 2010 by in Events, Free Resources, Landlord Tips
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Rochester has some great organizations for landlords, real estate investors and rental property managers to meet and share knowledge.  The Freedom First Real Estate Investors Association, or FFREIA, is focused on sharing best practices among Rochester’s real estate investor community.

Come to the FFREIA meeting on October 14, 2010 and learn how FFREIA members Matt Scherb and Steven King tap into the tax foreclosure market, and how they can help you build a real estate portfolio at a fraction of the usual investment cost. One of the biggest tax sales auctions is coming up soon at the end of October, so attending this meeting could be perfect timing for you to learn and profit from this profit-making investment area.

How To Find Great Properties And Make Big Profits In Tax Auctions

Where:  Monroe Voiture 111 at 933 University Avenue

Date:  Thursday October 14th, 2010

Time:  Presentation starts at 7:00pm

But no less importantly Matt has developed a search criteria that minimizes the risk and maximizes the return as he invests. He’s shared this strategy with other real estate investors who have successfully bid on properties for their own portfolios. Now they too enjoy significant passive income from their investments.

Matt Scherb  is a Canadian national who focuses one-hundred percent of his real estate activity in the United States. He has attended numerous Western New York auctions, primarily in Rochester & Buffalo, and secured properties for, literally, pennies on the dollar. During the last few years Matt’s auction purchases have never exceeded $7,000, and he has purchased single family homes for as little as $3000 and duplexes for $4,800.

Come to the FFREIA meeting on Oct 14th and find out how you can do it too!

…Read more on the FFREIA website.

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