After a year hiatus from the networking world, the WREIN group is back. Meet up was hosted by Marylou Zimmermen in the home she rents on the hill. Fantastic views of the Highland available from the meeting spot. Mountains and later a Spring winter storm. Cynicism and optimism co-mingled as we all shared stories about the current market in Butte.
Great brainstorming about what Butte needs next for retail business.
Next meet up May 9th at the Hennessey Building 5:30 with speaker Andy Gordon, President of Montana Ambassadors regarding Opportunity Zone investing and business,
March 22nd 2018: Suzanne Dauenhauer, 22 year veteran franchise owner came to share insights into what franchise start ups need from landlords, what owners need as their business expands, and the type of RE needed for franchises. Thanks Suzanne for a look into the needs of franchise owners. Attendees left with a new understanding of the limitations and possibilities presented by corporatized businesses. Makes me want to go looking and create some more employment in Butte.
Also discussed: Opportunity Zones which may become effective in several places across Montana and the country. We talked specifically about Butte proposed zones with overlapping Tifid and Ura designation as opportunities for venture capital, census and business growth. Already we are seeing listings which have been on the market for years increase asking prices speculating that our county government will submit Opportunity Zones and investing will be funneled There.
Hopes are high, how to position yourself for success? Let’s talk more about it at the April meet up. Follow Women Real Estate Investors Network on Facebook and receive event alerts.
Thanks to the Foreground Gallery and Olivia for hosting us. Your space is inspirational and Butte feels most alive when there are happy supported artists.
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GoGirlInvest! Blog for Women Real Estate Investors Network, WREIN a group of women meeting monthly to expand their knowledge about real estate investing and becoming financially independent.
WREIN meets monthly in Butte, Montana with a blog post of highlights posted soon after. Wouldn’t Butte be even greater if women had a leg to stand on after being done with wage work! We meet to learn from and motivate each other. Seeking members with diverse backgrounds and interest in potential of group investing (syndication).
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