Better Business Bureau Conference Center
1010 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85014
As the second quarter of 2018 moves swiftly along, real estate investors like you want to know not only how to turn a profit, but how to make the most profit possible. That is why Real Estate Knowledge Institute (REKI) has put together a 3-day conference in October to help investors realize their maximum ROI potential.
9-9:30 Intro and Welcome – John Trautman
9:30-12:00 – Jim Madrid
12:00-12:45 – Lunch break
12:45-2:00 – Jim Madrid
2:15-5:00 – Dawn Erling
9:00-9:30 – Q and A
9:30-12:30 – Keith and Shannon
12:30-1:15 – Lunch
1:15-5:00 – Drew and Recia
9:00-9:30 – Q and A
9:30- 12:00 – Break-out sessions with each group and coaches
12:00-12:45 – Lunch and break out continue
12:45-1:45 – Wrap up
2:00-4:30 – Bus tour
4:30 – Sendoff reception
John Trautman has spent his entire adult life in real estate. Purchasing his first property at 23, he learned the process of flipping and real estate holding from the ground up. Real estate continue to be his passion while he spent eight years as an account executive and later a vice President for Washington Mutual in the mortgage division. Holding the position of President’s Council and several years of President’s Club, he learned the lending business from the mortgage office perspective and lender perspective. Throughout his life he has also been a small business owner, commercial real estate holder, property designer, and house flipper.
Jim is the CEO/Founder of AST He is an Author, sought after High Performance Keynote Speaker and an expert in Human Performance and Leadership. Jim created a cohesive process of improvement through his world-class ‘High Performance Culture’ Program.
Join 13-year veteran real estate investors and coaches, Keith and Shannon French with a live Q&A session to answer your questions about wholesaling lease options, and to help you make consistent monthly income by taking little to no risk with their niche strategy!
Recia and Drew became investors after they got an ‘accidental’ rental. From there, they sought out further education and began buying into the dream of financial freedom – even though they already had good paying jobs.