The REITE Club next monthly meeting promises to kick off your year with plenty of training, information and strategies to help you grow and succeed. Will also include our regular spots, checking in on what has happened in the market and how it might affect you and your business in “News You Can Use” and the chance to share your deals or requests for help in “Upfront and Personal”
Entering 2019 – Transitions & Branding
Each new year brings both excitement and also uncertainty. Continuing to learn and educate yourself will make a huge difference in how 2019 will work out for you.
This months meeting will cover two important aspects when it comes to your own REI journey and development.
The Ups, Downs and Successes of Mathew Frederick: How to Transition From Residential to Commercial and Beyond
One of the challenges as your real estate investing career develops is being able to make the switch from one form of investing to another successfully.
With nearly 30 years of experience in real estate, there is not a strategy that Mathew Frederick has not executed; in fact, it is believed he may be the only Canadian to have done so! Everything from starting in residential income property then expanded to buy-fix-sell, lease option, commercial buildings and new development. Mathew has led on renovating properties over 28 years which includes partnering with a developer over the past 6 years to build houses and low-rise condo buildings.
He now focuses on managing the assets of commercial portfolios including plazas and multi-family buildings plus coaching investors in business and real estate acquisition. He will also be sharing his thoughts on what he sees as the next big investing opportunity, storage units.
His application of these strategies is more than just simple engagement – it’s about performing each strategy 4 or 5 times and wrangling out most kinks… the kind of kinks you only discover during application.
Be a Winner in the REI Marketing Game: Branding and Marketing with Paul Copcutt
Think you don’t need to market yourself in the world of real estate investing? Think again!
A business card and logo are not where marketing ends and they certainly are not what your brand is. Equally, social media is a tool to communicate your brand but you need to be sure that your message is a clear one for anyone to take notice in today’s noisy world.
Your personal brand is what sets you apart from the competition and tells prospective clients and partners why they should choose you over anyone else. But it is up to you to own the definition of who you are and personal branding enables you to do that.