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The Austin Real Estate Networking Club To Host Speed Coaching Event

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March 18, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

The Austin Real Estate Networking Club, the largest investment club in Central Texas, will be hosting a ‘Speed Coaching Event’ this Thursday, March 20, at the Norris Conference Center starting at 6pm. This one of a kind event will feature all sorts of experts from different fields in the real estate industry. To register for the event, please visit http://www.austinrenc.com/Speed-coaching-march

This month’s Austin RENC event, Speed Coaching, will be unique in nature as it will feature many local real estate professionals from different niches. The event will give these local experts the opportunity to come in and give 10 minute mini-presentations about their business and provide live coaching on how to be a better real estate investor.

Some of the featured speakers will focus on topics like how to work with Realtors, real estate contracts, buying subject-to, working with contractors, using self-directed IRA to invest and more.

The event will be hosted by Austin RENC President Shenoah Grove. Her philosophy on real estate is to focus on solving the problems facing customers. The best way to do this is through education and networking. Understanding multiple strategies will allow investors to come up with creative solutions to assist distressed sellers and/or motivated buyers. Networking will provide for a wider group of professionals who can assist the growth & development of a business.

This upcoming Speed Coaching Event will provide attendees with both specific education and a network of people with specialized skills that will allow for further business growth.

“We are coming into the busiest time of the season for real estate.” says Mrs. Shenoah Grove, who has participated in more than 1,200 real estate transactions totaling more than $200 million over the past 10 years and still holds an 8 figure real estate portfolio. “The information you learn and the connections you make this month can earn you a big spring & summer season of deals!”

To register for this Speed Coaching event on Thursday, March 20, at the Norris Conference Center, please visit http://www.austinrenc.com/Speed-coaching-march

Contact Info:
Name: Jose Luis Guerra
Email: reimaverick@gmail.com
Phone: 512-853-9522
Organization: Austin Real Estate Networking Club

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