National Real Estate Investors Association presents an award for Education and The Circle of Excellence distinction to the New Hampshire Real Estate Investors Association.
A representative of the New Hampshire Real Estate Investors Association (NHREIA) recently attended the National Real Estate Investors Association leadership conference in San Antonio, Texas and accepted two awards for the association.
First, the association was presented with an award for Professional Education. National REIA was particularly impressed with NHREIA’s Walking with Giants series of interviewing local real estate investing experts; as well as the House-of-the-month and Contractor Tip-of-the-month segments. House-of-the-month features a member presenting a recent deal to other investors. The Contractor Tip-of-the-month allows local service providers to give expert tips to real estate investors.
NHREIA was then presented with the honor of The Circle of Excellence distinction. NHREIA met all of the qualifications set by National REIA, including ethics, business practices, education and networking opportunities for real estate investors.
“We are excited to be nationally recognized as an outstanding Real Estate Investors Association,” said Dianne Shvanda, NHREIA Marketing Director. “We look forward to maintaining this status by continuing to provide education and networking to real estate investors and service providers in New Hampshire.”
The New Hampshire Real Estate Investors Association (NHREIA) specializes in connecting real estate investors, contractors, service providers, legal professionals and mortgage and private lenders in New Hampshire, and throughout New England. Members are interested in REO's (Real Estate Owned), short sales, foreclosures, wholesale and flip properties, as well as income properties for real estate investment, both residential and commercial. Expert investors impart education and foster success in new real estate entrepreneurs. NHREIA meets once a month in Manchester, New Hampshire for education and networking. For more information, visit www.nhreia.com.