Want to make 2019 your best year yet? Commit to help everyone you meet and boldly ask specific ways that others can help you. You’ll be amazed at what will happen when you do. Serve others out of a genuine desire to benefit them but don't be afraid to share what they can do to help you.
Tahani Aburaneh is an entrepreneur, real estate investor and best-selling author. She is one of Canada's top experts on real estate investing, as well as a trainer and coach to professional realtors, investors and entrepreneurs. Tahani is the founder of five companies, a global advocate for education, and a leader in women's financial empowerment.
The way people interact with real estate is shifting. While real estate investing itself hasn't changed, the way to play and win the game has. As an investor, to truly thrive in any environment, it's all about focusing on you. There are three definitive forces that shape investors: their mental state, their story and their strategy. Money Clinic is REIN's FIRST Real Estate Aligning Leaders (R.E.A.L.) Experience of 2019 and open to both REIN Members and the public.
WHILE A LOT OF FOCUS IN THE INVESTING WORLD IS ON SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCES, THERE’S A WHOLE UNIVERSE OF MULTIFAMILY INVESTING THAT DOESN’T GET THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES. An entirely different type of investing altogether, multifamily comes with its own unique set challenges and profit-making opportunities. There are number of ways in which you can grow your multifamily profits as you grow your multifamily portfolio. Here are just a sampling of strategies and best practices derived from experienced investors.
If you wait to feel the effects as a consumer, you will have missed the opportunity as an investor. In this exclusive presentation, REIN and LEGACY Chief Growth Officer Jean-Guy Francoeur will teach you how to evolve, adapt and adjust your business by embracing and utilizing technology.
Born and raised in Fort McMurray, Antoine Palmer traveled the globe as a Hindu monk for many years, finding meaning and purpose in his life. He practiced and served at temples in Vancouver, Seattle, France and Germany. Along his journey, he founded a small monastery in Vienna that accommodated 20 to 25 monks in training. He also embarked on several business ventures, including one of his early forays into real estate - converting a 200-year-old heritage building into modern condo suites.