Come and enjoy the networking and experience with local seasoned investors who will help you learn how to determine if and when a bank owned / REO foreclosure is really a deal or a bank trying to make it look like a deal. We will visit multiple foreclosures in various parts of Nashville and then evaluate each property for the real market value and compare the foreclosures with real properties that are currently on the retail market. This a must for new & seasoned investors who are wanting to stay on top of their game as our market continues to change.
When: Saturday, April 5th, 2014 9am-Noon?
Where: Tennessee REIA Training Center
5115 Maryland Way
Brentwood, TN 37027
FEE: $59.00, Includes Transportation, Breakfast, & Foreclosure Workbook
Registration: Email- email@example.com
New pending regulation is coming to the IRA world.
Join our newest sponsor Mike Todd from IRA Innovations as he brings you up to date on current hot topics to help you make the right decisions. Topics will include determining the type of IRA you need, the structure you are using to invest within the IRA, and today’s most popular investment types. Mike knows the good, the bad, and the ugly of what’s next in the IRA world. Take advantage of Mike’s expertise and recent updates from the pros in the industry so you can keep your ball rolling!
Guest Lisa Moren-Bromma will share real life examples of what to watch out for from your IRA custodian, potential fees, and responsibilities from both the IRA owner’s perspective and the administrator/custodian’s perspective. Lisa has been on both sides of the business and knows that you cannot afford to know just the basics of IRA Investing. If you finance loans out of your IRA, buy real estate in your IRA, or invest in any other alternative asset that requires “management,” then you need to hear from Lisa the best ways to protect your IRA and your Investment. Knowledge is crucial in this business!
This one-time event will take place at:
4525 Harding Road
Nashville, TN 37205
(This is the Truxton Trust building directly across the street from Kroger)
Time: Networking at . Presenters begin at
Seating is limited and the event will not be tape recorded or repeated.
Below is the information that appears on the Metro Planning Commissions website concerning the recent changes to the subdivision requirements.
The Planning Commission voted 9-0 on January 9 to amend the Subdivision Regulations; the draft amendments as approved, with track changes from the previous version of the Regulations, are posted below. A reformatted, final version of that document is being prepared and will be posted soon on our Subdivision Regulations page.
The changes included several housekeeping amendments and a substantive change to Section 3-5, Infill Subdivisions. Section 3-5 will differentiate between established areas and areas where additional development is anticipated, based on the land use or character policy in the Community Plan. In established areas, a formula is provided to determine compatibility with the character of the area.