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02-23-2017: Michigan’s Largest Free Landlord & Real Estate Investor Conference & Expo

Michigan Business Network
February 22, 2017 5:30 PM

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Rental Property Owners Association of West Michigan hosting 500 attendees at 3-day event

GRAND RAPIDS, MI —  More than 500 investors, property managers and landlords will descend on DeVos Place next weekend to hear from national speakers about new ways to invest and accumulate wealth in real estate. A big topic, featuring a national speaker, will be how rental properties can be turned into Airbnbs. The event is free and open to the public. Event organizers are available to discuss the event and what attendees may learn.


The Rental Property Owners Association of West Michigan is hosting its annual Michigan Landlord & Real Estate Investor Conference & Expo, February 23-25, 2017, at DeVos Place, downtown Grand Rapids.  The conference features 7 national speakers and several breakout sessions packed full of wealth building strategies and techniques.  The event attracts over 500 attendees, and over 35 exhibitors are also on hand for the event.  The event is free to the public.

 National speakers this year include ever-popular speakers like Robyn Thompson, Jeffrey Taylor and Vena Jones-Cox and new highly sought after experts like Brad Sumrok, Tom Zeeb, Tony Youngs, and Sue Hoyuela—every hot real estate topic will be covered: buy and hold, wholesaling, flipping, rehabbing, landlording, Airbnb, multi-family, and investing with little or no cash.

In addition to national speakers, breakout sessions will be held covering the topics of screening for tenants, asset protection, house hacking and more—some offering real estate professionals free CE credits.



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