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Sponsored by NWREIA Preferred Vendor RPM EDUCATION
Preparing and Marketing Rental Unit: is your rental unit ready to be marketed? Do you know how to determine a competitive market rent?
Most landlords don’t realize how volatile market rent rates are. There are no appraisals and there isn’t a database like the MLS like when buying/selling property. What the identical rental unit down the street rented for last month has NO effect on what your unit will rent for today. We’ll teach you how to do an easy and accurate market rent analysis.
We’ll cover preparing and marketing your rental unit, including best practices and laws for managing inquiries from prospective applicants, scheduling showings, preparing your unit for a showing, conducting the showing, and common costly mistakes that landlords make during this process.
Where? Virtual Webinar – The links to join the webinar and to download the class materials will be sent out in the reminder emails 1-2 days before the class including one hour before class starts.
Presenter? Christian Bryant – President of IRC Real Estate & Property Management (www.IRCEnterprises.com), RPM Landlord Education (www.RPMEducation.org), Portland Area Rental Owners Association (www.PortlandAreaROA.com), and NW Real Estate Investors Association (www.NorthWestREIA.com).
Check-in / Chat Room Networking starts 30 minutes before class start time so be sure to get connected early so you don’t miss part of the class dealing with connection issues. We will try to start as close to exactly on time as possible.
There will be scheduled Q&A breaks during the class, but if we can’t get to your questions during class we always stick around to answer questions for up to 15 minutes after the class ends.
You must cancel at least 7 days prior to the class to be eligible for a refund. If you miss the refund deadline we can send you a recording of the class or register you for the same class at a future date for free.
This class qualifies for 2 CE hours with the Oregon Real Estate Licensing Agency.
Sponsored by NWREIA Preferred Vendor RPM Education
This two hour class will teach you everything you need to know about the city of Portland’s Security Deposit Laws including how much you can charge, where you have to keep the money, required notifications, inspection requirements, what you can / can’t charge for, and proration requirements. We will also review Portland’s rental registration requirements including the process and costs.
This class is available to attend for free due to an education grant from the city of Portland, OR.
CE credits available for licensed Oregon Realtors/Brokers and Property Managers at an additional cost. Don’t forget to select the CE Credits add-on option when registering.
Where? Virtual Webinar – The links to join the webinar and to download the class materials will be sent out in the reminder emails during the last 6 days before class including one an hour before class start. Keep in mind that the class materials may change or be updated up to the day before the class if there are any changes to the relevant laws.
Presenter? Christian Bryant – President of IRC Real Estate & Property Management (www.IRCEnterprises.com), Portland Area Rental Owners Association (www.PortlandAreaROA.com), and NW Real Estate Investors Association (www.NorthWestREIA.com).
Selling a Rental Property
(even with difficult tenants)
During this class we will cover the rules, laws, and best practices for selling a rental property. Whether its multi-unit or a single family home rental. We will cover best practices on dealing with tenants living in the property and what to do when your tenants are hurting your ability to show and sell your property.
Moderated by Dave Metsker
Join us at our monthly roundtable in Portland for networking, deal sharing, and deal analysis/discussion. Learn about how to finance your next real estate investment with creative and non-traditional financing options.
Meetings are FREE for active members (login to register). Trial members may attend up to two meetings for free before making an investment in membership.
ABOUT DAVE METSKER
Dave Metsker is a long time NWREIA member and past vice-president of the board. He has moderated the Portland Roundtable for many years. Dave has owned Prime Financial Group since 1990. He is a former Realtor and current mortgage broker and specializes in creative financing options for real estate investors.
Moderated by Carl Royer
Join us at our monthly roundtable in Vancouver for networking, deal sharing, and deal analysis/discussion. Learn about how to finance your next real estate investment with creative and non-traditional financing options, including crypto.
ABOUT CARL ROYER
Carl Royer has been a building designer, builder, Realtor, remodeler, single and multifamily investor, and appraiser in Oregon and Washington. He has been investing in single and multifamily homes for 40 years. Carl retired from appraising several years ago and actively pursues buying and managing real estate investments. He is also active in crypto yield farming and helping friends reach financial independence. He is a NWREIA board member and has moderated the Vancouver Round Table for many years.
Move Out Process, Inspection, and Tenant Charges
How to recognize Tenant violations and the proper way to enforce them, including what forms to use.
This class will be a 3-hour in depth review of all possible tenant violations including what to look for, what forms to use, fines you can charge, and how to be allowed to evict if needed. Even if you don’t have a physical lease. This class does NOT cover the eviction process. Look at our events calendar for our 3 Hour Eviction Process class that we teach once every quarter.
Where? Virtual Webinar – The links to join the webinar and to download the class materials will be sent out in the reminder emails 1-2 days before the class including one hour before class start.
This two hour class will teach you everything you need to know about the city of Portland’s Application and Screening Ordinance including what screening criteria you can use, what notices you need to provide applicants, new rules about how you advertise your rental and receive applications.
Creative Funding for Your Next Investment Property
Join us for invaluable networking and education!
6:30pm-7:00pm - Networking
7:00pm-7:30pm - Welcome, Introductions, Vendor Spotlight
7:30pm-8:30pm - Featured Speaker
Moderated by Dave Metsker, Prime Financial
Panel Speakers: Donni Phommany, Mortgage Zen Team @ Cardinal Financial
Free Registration for all paid members. Trial members may attend two meetings prior to making a membership investment.
Vendors: If you wish to have a display table at the meeting, please register for the Vendor category. Otherwise, please register as a Member to just attend without a display table.
With the last of the COVID related tenant protections expiring soon are you prepared to take the appropriate action?
This 2 hour class will teach you everything you need to know about Eviction Moratoriums, Tenant debt repayment protections, relief fund sources, required tenant right’s notices, and exactly what rights and laws are landlords still able to enforce?
Where? Virtual Webinar – The links to join the webinar and to download the class materials will be sent out in the reminder emails 1-2 days before the class including one hour before class starts. Keep in mind that the class materials may change or be updated up to the day before the class if there are any changes to the relevant laws.
During this class we will cover the rules, laws, and best practices for selling rental properties. Whether its multi-unit or a single family home rental. We will cover best practices on dealing with tenants living in the property and what to do when your tenants are hurting your ability to show and sell your property.
Moderated by Janel Page & Tom Stutzman
Join us at our monthly roundtable in Salem to network, ask for referrals, discuss and analyze deals and contracts, learn about the current market, or ask for help. We have great interaction at these meetings with real people talking about real deals.
ABOUT JANEL PAGE
Janel Page and her husband Virgil Dean Payne, Jr. own Clockwork Properties LLC, which specializes in purchasing and renovating distressed single family homes (foreclosures, bank REOs, and sellers who need to sell fast). They live in Keizer and have one daughter. Janel grew up in Turner and attended Cascade High School. Janel and Virgil moved to Salem/Keizer as adults and began investing in real estate in 2008. They enjoy camping, dinner with friends, and spending time with their daughter.
ABOUT TOM STUTZMAN
Tom Stutzman has been involved in real estate for 17 years and is a long-time member of NWREIA and current board member. He spent several years as a real estate broker working almost exclusively with investors while doing some fix and flip properties on his own. He has been involved in approximately 100 transactions as a buyer, seller, lender, or paid consultant. Tom's investment experience is diverse - ranging from a mobile homes he purchased for less than $1,000 to multi-million dollar mixed use commercial properties. He currently focuses on buy and hold properties in Monmouth and Independence. He has been a moderator for the Salem Round Table for 14 years.
Moderated by Dick Uffelman, JD
Join us at our monthly roundtable focused on investing in real estate foreclosures. Led by foreclosure expert and attorney Dick Uffelman, learn how to find foreclosures and turn them into your next investment.
ABOUT DICK UFFELMAN, JD
Dick Uffelman spent 4 years as a trial attorney in the Tax Division of the Oregon State Department of Justice followed by 47 years in private law practice in the Portland area. He holds a doctorate from Willamette University College of Law and the degree of master of laws in taxation from New York University School of Law.
His primary areas of practice in the most recent years were taxation, probate and real estate law, with special emphasis in foreclosure litigation. He bought his first real estate investment property in 1973. Although retired from private law practice, he continues to lead the NWREIA pre/post foreclosure focus group each month as he has for many years. Dick is also a licensed real estate broker in Oregon.
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Moderated by Brenda Coleman
Financial Freedom for Women is NWREIA satellite meeting group focused on helping women (and men) succeed in their real estate investing endeavors.
All meeting attendees are given an opportunity to introduce themselves, to share their story, and present potential investment opportunities. Most meetings feature a speaker offering advice on a wide variety of popular subjects including local market conditions, the legal environment, landlord tenant law, accounting and taxes, insurance, financing, finding partners, deal analysis and much, much more. Financial Freedom for Women is THE place to network, find common ground, and benefit from the knowledge, experience and skills of friendly investors who are eager to contribute to your success.
It was founded in 2015 by longtime NWREIA members Limei Yang and Jenny Dong. The meeting is now moderated by Brenda Coleman.
ABOUT BRENDA COLEMAN
Brenda Coleman's first investment property was a spec house that she and her husband built in 2006 and in the last 15 years since she has gone on to invest in land, buy and hold properties, flips and RE syndications, as well as build several more spec houses, and currently owns 23 doors in six states. Brenda has spent her professional career as a social worker, educator and trainer but has replaced her income many times over with the cash flow from her RE investments and has achieved financial freedom. She currently does financial coaching and manages her investments and is happy to share some of the secrets to her success with fellow NWREIA members, and particularly enjoys helping other women profit from RE.
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