Michigan real estate club helps investors control property through lease-options

December 28, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Macomb County REIA hosts lease-option expert Mark Maupin at inaugural club meeting, January 25th, 2007.

Real estate market trends are beginning to flatten, according to print sources in and around southeast Michigan

As the descendant trend of homebuying has begun to level out, so too has the rising number of listings. This is an indication of market stabilization, or in layman's terms, a time to buy. The largest mortgage companies in Michigan are frequently advertising this, citing twelve month statistics indicative of such a market shift.

The lowest-risk method of controlling real estate is through the use of lease-option agreements. This enables a buyer to match a seller to a property without the need to close on it. The founders, Nathan Mayes, and Dylan Tanaka, of the Real Estate Investing Association of Macomb County see this as the preferred way to buy in the coming year of real estate. On January 25th, the REIA of Macomb will host a meeting featuring Mark "Mr. Lease Option" Maupin, who has been responsible for over 3500 deals in the last decade.

The REIA of Macomb meets the final Thursday of each month, beginning January 25th, 2007, at the Concorde Georgian Inn, located 31327 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066.

First meeting always free!

About The Real Estate Investors Association of Macomb
The Real Estate Investors Association of Macomb has been formed for real estate entrepreneurs, by real estate entrepreneurs with one goal: to bring like minded individuals together, in order to achieve greater real estate goals.