Last night and a Seminar from John.


Sorry we were a little crowded last night but there were very informative speakers and a ton of Networking! I learned the difference between a Variance and Special Permit and which never to use. Impact of the Gale vs Gloucester Zoning decision. “demolition delays” towns can impose. Two virtually unknown techniques Everett uses to find his deals. Importance of positive neighbors (or their letters) at your hearing.

Jay let us know how he handles all the Bank of A… Appraisals and of course he reviewed all the Worst improvements but more importantly how the Best Improvements are so inexpensive!

We also went through my “Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing worksheet” together and I think you guys liked sharing the information. I’ll have a different one next month!

Our in-house Wholesaler Bill reviewed his latest “finds” and chastised us that if we’re not making at least 3 Offers per week, we won’t get anywhere!

Congratulations, Tom Connors who won the time and analysis of a Project with Everett, Good luck guys.

I spent most of today matching folks up that forgot their Business cards, so next time…

John Korzec, the previous months speaker on Disability and Life insurance invited us all to a Seminar:

Nationally renowned attorney, educator and senior planning attorney, Harley Gordon, Esq. will be hosting two public seminars this week.


 –        Wednesday, March 26th from 6:30-8:30pm – Dedham Hilton


–       Thursday, March 27th from 6:30-8:30 – Newton Marriott


These seminars are designed for people age 50 and older, or anyone who has some responsibility for parents age 65 and older. If possible, you should plan to attend. It will be well worth your time and there is no cost as NYL is sponsoring them. Let me know if you can attend.  (Your guests are welcome too!)


John Korzec                 c-617-943-8221

It was good to see you guys!, Mike Hurney

PS Movers and Shakers Friday, April 4, 2014 7-8:30 PM

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