What do you want... - Posted by Jim Pasquini

Posted by Bud Branstetter on January 10, 2001 at 17:26:35:

Since you are in a unique position to observe many different clubs the questions become what inovations have you seen.

Some ideas:
1 Sources of funding
2 Library with current tape sets
3 Mentorship programs
4 Networking and biography information on members
5 Training(national and local)
6 Entertaining speakers
7 Resource sources of attoreys, title companies, CPA’s, contractors

What do you want… - Posted by Jim Pasquini

Posted by Jim Pasquini on January 10, 2001 at 15:48:45:

in a local investor club?

In my travels with NARS teaching the PACTrust I get to see a lot of clubs operate. Some seem to have their act together, while of course others don’t. A lot of this of course comes from my own personal opinon and is nothing more than a personal values judgement. I’m curious as to what is important to you? In return for your membership fees and your valuable time consumed in attending the meetings what do you want to receive?

Ditto Bud’s message and… - Posted by Tony(CA)

Posted by Tony(CA) on January 11, 2001 at 13:55:52:

I would love to attend meetings in my area (Bay Area, Ca). Although there are a few clubs listed on web pages, the information appears to be out of date. Is there an active club in my area?



Re: what you want/ditto what Bud said,and - Posted by AnnNC

Posted by AnnNC on January 11, 2001 at 24:07:28:

And, alternate dates, and mini workshops.
I live 1-2 hours from REIA’s, which all meet til 9-10PM.
Maybe it’s not even
realistic that anyone there could be interested in investing in my county ( I checked the memberlist- none near me)
But the speakers and ed opptnty is good, especially
if on a weekend.
When people say “attend your local REIA” is 1.5 to 2 hours local? Some people there may live closer to me, but all seem to be still 45 min away.