Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
The Western PA Real Estate Investor’s Association is Pittsburgh’s premiere club for real estate investing education. The focus of the club is to provide the members with access to the highest sources of information on all things real estate related. The club meets the third Tuesday of every month in the Doubletree hotel in Greentree. Meetings are scheduled between 7 P.M. and 9 P.M.
Pittsburgh City Councilman O’Conner will be the first elected official invited to speak in the club’s twenty year history. Corey O’Conner is one of a new breed of politicians in Western PA, who understands the value that investors bring to a city. It is the investor who brings old abandoned buildings back on to the tax rolls. It is the investor who raises the value of neglected properties. It is the investor who provides housing for the low income or underserved segments of a City’s population.
Councilman O’Conner is working with the Western PA Real Estate Investor’s Association to fine new and better ways that the City of Pittsburgh and the hundreds of real estate investors across the city can work together to foster common goals. With more open dialogue and a better understanding of each other, investors and the people who run the city can do a lot of good. A private and public sector partnership in Pittsburgh can only lead to improved neighborhoods and a more livable city.
Joining City Councilman O’Conner are two of the leaders of the City of Pittsburgh’s building inspection team. These men are going to teach the members of the investing club about the sort of hot button issues that building and safety inspectors focus on. The goal of this question and answer session is to provide real estate investors with a chance to interact directly with the regulatory end of the inspection process in a friendly informative way. By working together, the City of Pittsburgh and the Western PA Real Estate Investors Association can improve neighborhoods one property at a time. This is especially important in these difficult economic times.
For information on attending this meeting go to http://pittsburghreia.com/, also look for details on the Financial Freedom Seminar at Station Square on October 20-21st. This event is open to the public. Tickets are on sale on the club’s web site. This once in a lifetime event features Ron Legrand, Robyn Thompson, Jay Conner, and Attorney Lee Phillips. Only 175 seats are available for this event and tickets are going fast.
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