When it comes to producing high returns for single-family investors, Houston recently ranked amongst the top five markets nationally. As a market with a history of producing outsized returns its likely to attract new investors and see buyers with a history in the metro up their purchasing/selling game.

Because of Houston’s many micro markets the more local, neighborhood knowledge and connections any investor can obtain the better.

One real estate investor association looks to provide this knowledge along with networking and deal pitching opportunities.

  • Houston is a top market for single-family investors.
  • Networking remains key in the single-family investment sector.
  • As more investors enter the Houston market, possessing local neighborhood knowledge is essential.

When it comes to producing high returns for single-family investors, Houston recently ranked amongst the top five markets nationally. As a market with a history of producing outsized returns its likely to attract new investors and see buyers with a history in the metro up their purchasing/selling game.

Because of Houston’s many micro-markets the more local, neighborhood knowledge and connections any investor can obtain the better.

One real estate investor association looks to provide this knowledge along with networking and deal pitching opportunities.

The Houston Real Estate Networking Club is a assemblage of local buyers, sellers, service providers and partners. The investor club provides its members with live deal pitching and dealing pitching discussion boards.  Only deals and opportunities that relate to Texas real estate are posted the boards.

The club also hosts several monthly events, with topics primarily surrounding single-family housing investment. Upcoming meeting topics include: how to buy and sell a property in 30 days or less, landlord secrets, entity structures and tax strategies, and how to invest in an ‘up’ market. The most recent meeting focused on how to earn “massive profits” flipping homes in Houston.

Admission to these events, which typically draw 100 investors, is free to first timers that register online in advance.

“There’s a lot of deal pitching that goes on in our meetings,” according to the club’s site.

Club members are free. Membership costs range from $200 for three corporate partners to $100 for an individual.

Email Erik Pisor.

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