Excited to share this event with everyone on BP in the Rhode Island and Southeastern MA region!
The Rhode Island Real Estate Investors Group will be hosting a 3-hour seminar at the Crown Plaza in Warwick focusing on Landlording in Rhode Island. This session will be geared towards beginner/intermediate RI Landlords - taught by local Landlords.
This seminar will be held on Saturday, November 18th from 9AM-12PM.
Sample topics include:
- Identify resources to get your landlord questions answered
- Outline Landlord responsibilities
- Outline Screening techniques to weed out the potential problem tenants
- Identify and access required landlord forms
- How to fill your vacancies with desirable tenants
- Managing vacancy and tenant turnover
How to Register:
I'm really looking forward to this seminar. When Rick announced this at the last REIG meeting, I was thrilled. We're so fortunate to have these resources. See you there @Jim Murray
Hey @Jim Murray , thanks for posting the event. Excited to get hear from the presenters. I believe there may be a slight mistake in the invite. Your post states 11/18/2017 but the invite states 12/18/2017. Are there two events?
@Matt Romano excited to meet you at the seminar! It should be a great event.
@Greg Dowdell great catch! The event is November 18th. I will work to edit the event listing. Appreciate you looking out!
Hey Jim - I've registered and looking forward to the event on November 18!
This is my first seminar I’m attending really looking forward too it.
@Sahil Kumar Looking forward to seeing you!
@James Fede Excited to have you coming out! We are really looking forward to providing a TON of actionable advice to help investors in Rhode Island.
Thanks Jim excited to meet you and gain some knowledge from you guys.
@Jim Murray I forgot to register. Can I still show up and pay at the door? Looks like the website won't allow me to sign up.
What a fantastic event! Unfortunately, I'm 5 months too late. Are you going to be doing an event similar to this anytime soon or are there any notes I could get access to from this last one? I'm currently a landlord in MA exploring potentially moving to RI and investing around the state.
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