Monthly Meetings • 4th Thursday of Every Month • 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
May 23rd, 2013 KREIA Meeting
Attorney Harry Borders
the basics and fundamentals of real estate closings
what you should know and do BEFORE, During, and AFTER Your Real Estate Closing
What happens exactly at the closing
Pieces and Parts involved in a closing - definitions
This is for all investors, both greener than a gourd and the old pro veteran.
Think back to your very first closing you attended, it might been buying your home.
you were following the program
really did not understand all of the details
depended on your real estate agent for explaining
walked out with deed and proud owner of this piece of real estate
Pieces and Parts:
Purchase and Sale Agreement - Contract
Title Insurance - Owner and Lender
Fees and more Fees, and more Fees
pro-ration of Property Taxes
pro-ration of mortgage insurance
Reserves held by lender
anything else on the HUD 1
After you have a signed contract:
Email or fax......
email before closing -- receive and review HUD1
During Closing - What to bring - cashier check?
what to save and why?
Pre-Meeting 5:30pm -
KREIA Monthly Meetings - 4th Thursday of every Month
EXCEPT November and December are combined into one meeting in December
- Doors Open including EXPRESS LANE
- PRE-Meeting Starts in break-out room
- Vendor Area Opens
- Before Meeting Networking
- 6:00pm ish
- Food Line Opens
- 6:50pm Meeting Begins
- Vendor Pitches
- Property Pitches
- Featured Speaker
The Kentuckiana Real Estate Investors Association was born in 1978.
Back in 1969, William Nickerson authored
"How I Turn $1,000 Into A Million in Real Estate In My Spare Time"
Click On The Book To Buy Now
After the book began selling like gangbusters, Bill Nickerson hooked up with Dr. Al Lowery and they began teaching in seminars all over America.
Dr. Noble Roberts and Rue McFarland attended this very profitable seminar series and part of their "homework" was to set up a local investor club for all of the seminar series alumni. The purpose was for fellowship, networking, education and helping each other in their real estate investing adventures.
The first meetings were held at the Jefferson Community College at 1st and Broadway in Louisville, KY because a classroom was available for free.
KREIA is a not for profit organization run by volunteers.
KREIA would love to have you "give back" to KREIA by volunteering to help with
- Monthly Meetings - set up, door, Membership Table, New Member Table
- LOTS Program
- Saturday Seminars and Workshops - staffing registration table
- and many more!
To Volunteer, Please contact any Board Member or email News@KREIA.com