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  • February 21, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    Job opportunities are becoming more apparent in recent times, especially in the corporate world. Today, more and more individuals are moving to business areas to chase the job they want. This surge in employment gives real estate investment groups a chance to grow their business.

    5 Best Cities to Start Your Real Estate Investment

    Recognizing the potential financial rewards from investing in top business cities will help real estate investment associations earn a steady flow of income to secure financial freedom for the long run. After all, with more applicants moving across town, there will also be more people looking for housing in the city!

    Here are five of the best cities for you to start your real estate investment:

    1. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

      With a 3.2 out of 5 rating for overall job satisfaction, a median base salary amounting up to $45,500, and a median home value of $141,000, Pittsburgh is one of the best cities to move into for employment! With more job opportunities in Pittsburgh, various transport options available, and affordable housing to match, real estate associations are faced with a big market.

    2. St. Louis, Missouri

      Working in St. Louis, Missouri is another great opportunity, with an overall job satisfaction rating of 4.3 out of 5 and a median base salary of $48,000. In addition, the median home value in Missouri can go up to about $161,400. St. Louis is also known for its numerous neighborhoods and quick commute, giving real estate members a bigger advantage.

    3. Indianapolis, Indiana

      Indianapolis hosts a seemingly endless number of job opportunities and housing options for real estate investment groups as well. With over 55,000 job opportunities around the area and a home value of $153,000, options abound for both workers and marketers in Indianapolis!

    4. Cincinnati, Ohio

      Getting to work in a Fortune 500 company is a dream-come-true for many—and at Cincinnati, Ohio, anyone can get that chance! Working in Cincinnati can put employees on a steady rise to the top in the corporate world! Plus, living in the area is also a great opportunity as the median home value of the city amounts up to $152,600.

    5. Hartford, Connecticut

      Hartford offers a lot both in terms of housing and employment. The home value of the city is at around $227,600, which makes it the highest home value on this list! Plus, you have at least 40,000 job opportunities to take advantage of!

    Begin Your New Life with CIREIA!

    Be part of the best real estate investors association and get access to a network of real estate professionals. With CIREIA, you’ll get a chance to learn more about the real estate industry inside out. Contact us at (317) 670-8491 for any inquiries you might have. You can also take a look at our membership benefits to see what you can you look forward to when you become one of us!


  • February 18, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    We are growing again and added two more law clerks to support your work and serve you better. Thank you for this amazing blessing!


  • February 18, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    Update on HB 1347 passing by a 10-0 vote in Committee yesterday. The bill is now progressing to the full House of Representatives for a “reading” and vote. Thank you Representative Burton for your leadership. Contact your Indiana Representative and tell them to vote YES on HB1347


  • January 31, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    This is House Bill 1347 in the Indiana General Assembly as sponsored by Representative Woody Burton, and initiated by Indiana State REIA. The bill makes sure that Tenants have to pay their own utility bills and that utility charges are NOT a lien on investor owned properties. This is the legislative response to local utilities like in Bargersville who are trying to force landlords to pay for tenant utilities. There are 14 towns doing the same thing around the State. Join your local REIA because they are the ones leading this fight for you (with yours truly as the lobbyist). Keep an eye on this bill and be ready to come to the Statehouse and make your voice heard. Thank you.


  • January 31, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    Wow, This case has it all. If you ever wondered what the courts think about Assignments, Subject to Financing, Assumption of Loans, Wholesaling and Lis Pendens (I will explain that too), then listen to this video and see what the Indiana Court of Appeals just decided. All these issues in one case. Pass it on!


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  • January 16, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous


    Here are 2 of 16 possible ways to look at the BENEFITS of a real estate transaction available to you. Open your perspective to create more opportunities and a win – win situation! Contact me for our list of 16 Benefits to consider.


  • January 16, 2019 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Here are three (3) key issues to consider when planning for your family’s lake house. I’ve been blessed with many years at Lake Wawasee and you’ll even hear about a family that celebrated 100 years together at the same lake house. Enjoy!