Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
The Austin Real Estate Networking Club (Austin RENC), the largest real estate network in Central Texas, is hosting its monthly meeting this Thursday, September 20, at the Norris Conference Center from 6-10pm. The featured topic will be 'How to Protest Your Property Taxes In Austin, Texas." The featured speaker will be Bill Loeb.
"We're very excited to have Bill Loeb as a guest speaker this month," says Shenoah Grove, president of Austin RENC as well as owner of Austin Real Estate Company Hippie Hollow Homes. "Bill will explain the property tax protest process, the most effective strategies for successfully lowering your tax appraisal, as well as providing your with some special insider tips."
Bill Loëb is a third generation real estate professional who primarily works with investors and builders. Specializing in off-market deals he is an expert at finding abandoned and distressed properties for rehab or new construction. In addition he also works with individuals as a residential listing or buyer agent.
"If you are holding property, a decrease in property tax payments will lead to greater cashflow for your business, so you cannot afford to miss this presentation," continues Mrs. Grove.
Curt Maly, online marketing trainer and Co Founder of Black Box Social Media, a past presenter, will be the guest Master of Ceremonies at this upcoming event.
To register for the event, please click here.
About Austin RENC: Austin RENC pledges to bring its members speakers and discussion topics that are relevant to building the investment knowledge investors need to be successful in Texas. Austin RENC believes in education and getting members the most accurate and up-to-date information about what's going on in Texas and what's working in TODAY'S real estate market. Austin RENChas a stringent focus on networking, education, investment strategies, deal pitching, and knowledge sharing, not on selling products or services. The meetings are at the Norris Conference Center from 6-10pm on the 3rd Thursday of every month.