What if Im Already A Member of a Local Real Estate Investment Group

Most of our members are also members of their local investor group. Let's face it, there is something powerful about being involved with your local investor group. If you are fortunate enough to be in an area with a local real estate investment group, I urge you to visit the meetings and consider joining.

our members simply use AREIA as another tool to make them even more successful in their investing.

They like the timely information and ongoing training that comes from being a part of a nationwide network of investors.

They tell us that the best part of all is that they can tap into 90% of this insider information from their own homes through their phones, faxes, e-mails, and internet connections. They love the convenience and speed at which they learn, network, and grow as investors.

Here's what some of our members have to say about how AREIA has helped them take their investing business to the next level:

"After I bought my second investment property I got scared. It felt like I was out there all alone. I really get a lot out of the support that comes from being part of a nationwide investor network."

—Cheryl Hastings, Salem, Oregon

"The other day I heard a message that was broadcast on the voice mail system that helped me avoid a HUGE mistake on a deal I was working on. I have come to rely on the voice mail system to keep me out of trouble and making smart decisions."

—Martin Kind, Baltimore, Maryland

Now we get to the heart of this letter.

When AREIA came to me to head up their Annual Membership Drive, we sat down and talked about the best ways to dramatically increase membership. When all was said and done we realized that there was only one way to get this done.

Let you join risk-free and try out what being a member is like for yourself. That's why.

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