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Weird they just invited me in too. Wonder if they are expanding to the West Coast or if this is just a fund raiser. Did they guarantee you listings?
Thank you Charlenia.
Did they want money?
Congrats! I'm a member here is WA!
Thank you Justin,
Hope to meet you at an event in the near future....
I'm sure we will!
Hi Lynetta, I just got accepted and am very excited as well. How has your experience with NRBA been over the last 4 years? I would love to connect with you and trade info. Let me know if you get this reply. Thanks!
Yes, the fee for the first year is $1990 and after the first year you can move to a monthly fee of $165 approximately.
$1,990.00 .......ROFLMAO! Seriously, they are getting that......ROFLMAO! Do they guarantee a ROI?
Hi Jesus, I am not quite sure how to respond to your comment. I did a lot of research on NRBA before I joined and determined based on that research that I would most likely be able to make my investment back within a reasonable amount of time. Just like I have made my investment in RES.net investment back many times over. I have made some mistakes like investing in a lifetime membership at LAMCO that is no longer in business, but I did get my investment back with the one foreclosure I was assigned to me by them. I just accept that investment as part of the cost of doing business. I am thankful that my RE business affords me the opportunity to explore these opportunities and to become knowledgeable in what works and what doesn't work.and that I can share my experiences with the esteemed members of this forum as I also am benefited by the experiences of these members. I am very grateful for everyone in this forum that contributes so that we all may learn better about what works and what doesn't.
I will keep anyone interested in NRBA appraised on my personal experience with this organization as to their ability to enhance my RE career. I will of course participate in whatever they have to offer to see how it may enhance my RE career in distressed properties.