FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 21, 2014. Des Moines, Iowa.
The Iowa Real Estate Investors Association (IaREIA) received recognition for outstanding work in Government Affairs during the National REIA 2014 Mid-Year Leadership Conference in Denver, Colorado on June 21, 2014.
The award is an Honor of Merit Award in the category for Government Affairs. Awards are presented for three group sizes — Small, Medium, and Large — in seven categories:
- Government Affairs
- Community Service
- Membership Development
- Print Communications
- Electronic Communications
- Convention & Vendor Trade Show
IaREIA was the Medium Group Winner for 2014. (Click “Read More” for additional information).
Our next Central Iowa District meeting will be held at:
Fred Maytag II – BSA Mid-Iowa Council … 6123 Scout Trail … Des Moines, IA 50321
(Note: All registrations take place at www.IaREIA.org for a whole host of good reasons. Hope this is not too confusing. Your login name is your email address. Guests can print one “free guest pass” for their first meeting. Then, members and guests alike will pay a fee for the luncheon).
Our topic is an Insurance update from Paul Nolte, our featured speaker. Paul has been an Independent agent since 1992 and actively involved with rental property management since 1992, as well. (That’s 22 years!) He’s been a member for 25 years and is an IaREIA-ILA Vendor Partner.
Goodhue-Nolte Insurance represents several companies which allows them to shop the market for their customers, many of whom are real estate investors from all over the State of Iowa. You’ve seen him at our trade shows, now you can learn more about what they do to help our members. They will help you purchase the coverage you want, yet will also insure you know the details of the coverage that you need.
Ever wished you could get your hands on the money you need to do any real estate deal you want? While his encore appearance has been postponed we hope to have Alan engage with our membership soon, via an online Training Session — a webinar.
“Could You Use An Unlimited Supply of Money to Do All The Deals You Can Find?” This will be his topic.
Check out our NEWLY MERGE Calendar for times and venues.
Our Thursday Lunch & Learn for Landlords event will be held at the Country Inn & Suites in Clive, and the evening meeting for REIA members and guests will also be held there. Please register as usual from our Calendar.
Check out this audio interview between Preston Daniels and Alan on April 2nd, to learn more about Alan and what we’ll be covering in a future event. Note: his appearance has been postponed, so ignore the dates being mentioned.
This is your chance to discover how to finance any real estate deal even if you have:
- No Money
- No Experience
- Big Debt
- And Bad Credit
At last, you can learn how to consistently obtain the cash you need to invest in profitable real estate deals. In fact, with this new, bottomless source of funds, you will:
- Never have to miss out on a great deal due to lack of cash again!
- Never have to place a limit on the amount of money you can earn as a real estate investor!
- Never have to wait for a bank loan again (or go through the time-consuming loan application process)!
- Never have to pay points to hard money lenders again!
- Always be able to deliver on all your short sales!
- Always have more than enough money chasing you to do any deal you want!
So what are you waiting for? You’ll find registration info here –> NEWLY MERGED Calendar of Events.
Rental Property Owners (RPO’s) expect that when they buy an income property they would be entitled to all of the benefits that personal property rights entail, based on a fair and balanced system for allowable occupancy (as in the IPMC). This is not the case in a few municipalities in Iowa. HF184 seeks to change this.
As of this writing, HF184 has been gaining considerable, positive momentum for passage, yet RPO’s and Property Managers can take nothing for granted. Review these talking points, then call if they serve on the House Judiciary Committee or the Senate State Government Committee and ask them to support HF184. Also, please plan to join us for our Landlords Day on the Hill, Feb 5th. Block off from 10 – 1:30 for sure, but hopefully attendees can spend the whole day with us — from 8:30 AM in Room 304 to 2:30-5:00 at Quentin’s Bar and Deli, 506 E Grand Ave.
We will be sending “Calls to Action” specifically to those members whose legislator serves on these committees. Please do take action when the messages arrive.
In Iowa, the General Assembly convenes on the 2nd Monday in January, and the targeted duration of each session is 100 days. Every year, 152 elected officials who serve the State – 50 Senators, 100 Representatives, a Lt. Governor, and the Governor – convene and execute the business of State Governance. It’s a wonder to behold.
For Rental Property Owners, Property Managers, and Real Estate Entrepreneurs, we typically meet for a formal “Day on the Hill” event each year — Scheduled this year, on Feb 5, 2014 — to contact our elected officials regarding issues of importance to two industries — the residential rental property industry and that of real estate entrepreneurs, and stakeholders in those industries.