REAL ESTATE INVESTORS NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY

“Passive Income” is a term that most people use to describe Real Estate. However, every real estate investor knows that while properties can produce cash flow, building a portfolio requires hard work. Most of that hard work is involved leveraging the right people: agents, contractors, bankers, and other investors. To build a network of reliable people, investors must put in the effort to make these connections.

Why Real Estate Networking is Important

Expanding one’s circle of contacts can put new opportunities on an investors radar screen, which might have otherwise been missed. Investors never know when someone they meet at a seminar will reach out with some information about a good deal. The wider the net an investor casts, the more fish they will catch!

When a person invests in real estate, they are often faced with issues that require expert assistance. They might need a good contractor because their primary contractor is already busy, or a good tax advisor who understands the ins and outs of real estate taxes. Real Estate Investors could find themselves needing a real estate agent who is familiar with a specific area to help them expand into a lucrative neighborhood. Whatever the case may be, having an established network will help Real Estate Investors connect with the right people when they need them most.

As every entrepreneur knows, you never want to have all your eggs in one basket. Creating an extensive network will help savvy investors tap into other areas outside of real estate in their quest to generate wealth. Having a large network can set investors up for the possibility of finding other types of investments, such as startups, retail operations, and stocks. Investors might have read about all these different avenues of cash flow, but it is not always about what someone knows. Allot of the time, it is about who someone knows.

Attend Industry Events

Industry events, seminars, and get-togethers are a great place to network with buyers and sellers—and many other types of real estate professionals. For starters, people in the real estate industry will congregate at these events, giving investors an opportunity to network face-to-face, which is the best and most impactful form of networking. Investors also have the chance to meet high-powered investors and successful real estate agents. Continuing education is also available at these events through classes, keynote speakers, and workshops. Some of these classes will help investors get a better grasp of important topics like real estate negotiation and real estate marketing.

These events can provide a social outlet, which is a great way to strengthen the connections investors make with people in their network as they get to know them. People tend to go out of their way for people they know and like. To that end, networking groups and events can be a great way to deepen the relationships in their growing real estate investment network. Check out information on our next Real Estate Investor networking opportunity: The Real Estate Investors Summit.

Learn How to Network Well

Networking takes effort, but it also requires skill. Anyone can post on Facebook, but people who develop their networking skills will find that they build the most meaningful, impactful connections. The art of networking successfully involves many components, such as social manners and tact, body language, and how to express oneself.

Real Estate Investors may want to pick up some tried-and-true literature on the subject, such as How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (it has been a cornerstone of sales and marketing for almost a century). Somewhat ironically, investors can even reach into your network to ask how to network well. Investors can ask socially successful people in their network for tips. They may be surprised to learn that many of them focus on diet, exercise, and mental health—especially around the areas of confidence and anxiety—to improve their game.

Real Estate Networking

Building a real estate portfolio is easiest to achieve when investors have a network of people to help them. Investing in real estate is not just about investing money; it is also about investing time. Networking is one of the most important skills a real estate investor needs to be successful.

Whether an investor is renting properties or flipping houses, it’s important to reach out to dependable contractors, bankers, agents, property owners, and other investors in order to grow and maintain their portfolio. Without a good-quality network, investors will find that real estate investing is full of challenges that are difficult to overcome alone. But with an extensive, ever-increasing network at their back, they will be ready to take on the world—one deal at a time.

The Real Estate Investors Summit @ The Woodlands Marriott Waterway Resort & Conference Center

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center will exceed your expectations with their newly transformed, pet-friendly guest rooms offering an elevated experience.

Relax in your spacious suite with King or Queen beds, and views of the Waterway from your balcony.

They are just a short distance away from a wide range of attractions, including top music concerts at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. There’s great name-brand shopping near the hotel at The Woodlands Mall. Wander the beautiful Woodlands Waterway and discover a dining and entertainment oasis in the heart of the city. The hotel boasts several restaurants, including Starbucks®, Acqua Restaurant and their trendy Acqua Lounge. Take advantage of the 24-hour fitness center or enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool.

With 27 venues and over 65,000 square feet of event space, our hotel has the ideal venue for any meeting, large or small.

All event attendees, please see parking instructions below:

The Real Estate Investors Summit: Itinerary

The Real Estate Investors Summit Itinerary

This year we kick off with our inaugural annual real estate event, “The Real Estate Investors Summit”, on March 26 & 27, at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Resort & Convention Center.

To our online spectators, please make sure to register for the event! Once you do, you will receive a zoom link (the day before the event) and you can tune in to all, or just your favorite, presentations!

For our in-person attendees, there will be an early bird registration Thursday evening for all participants arrival early to enjoy the Resort. Details will be sent out to all registered participants. Please also note Friday night dinner will be offsite, but within a beautiful walking distance down the waterway. If you require special accommodations, please email events@investor-events.com.

We are almost to capacity for in-person attendees, so please register to save your seats!

Online Qualified Investors, Don’t Forget- You Need to Register!

*ATTENTION* investors that plan to attend this event online, you must register to receive the virtual event link!

Make sure you reserve your spot! We have a limited number of virtual attendees for this event, and we don’t want you to miss out!

How to Register for Virtual Attendee:

STEP 1 –

Click the button above and follow the link, in the new window that will open.

STEP 2 –


There are two registration opntions.

Choose the second option “Online Investor Attendee.”

STEP 3 –

Select “1” from the drop down.

Only 1 attendee per email.

STEP 4 –

Select “Get Ticket” button.

Select “Check Out.”

Step 5 –

Fill out name and email address.

Make sure to select “Keep me updated on the latest news, events, and exclusive offers from this event organizer.”

Select “Register.”

The week prior to The Real Estate Investors Summit, all “Registered Online Attendees” will receive the zoom link to participate in this event vitually.

Step 6 –

Try to contain your excitment until March 26!

Enjoy! Participate in chats, connect with other attendees! No reason you can’t network with the rest of our virtual audience.

NO ADVERTISING ALLOWED IN CHAT – Attendees that are found advertising in the chat will be immediately ejected.

Meet Our Expert Presenters: Teri Walter

Terri Walter, Walter Law Firm PC

Ms. Walter is an experienced trial lawyer, with a practical, business-oriented approach to handling cases. Her practice focuses on business litigation matters, such as real estate and construction disputes, as well as contracts, leases and collections.
She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Houston in Economics, graduating Magna Cum Laude, 1985, and a Juris Doctor from University of Houston in 1988. She was admitted to practice law by the State Bar of Texas in 1988, received her Real estate broker’s license, Texas Real Estate Commission in 1995, and has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, since 2006.
Ms. Walter has frequently been named one of Houstonia Magazine’s Top Lawyers several times since 2013, and was named as a Top Lawyer by H Texas Magazine in 2020, and owns two residential rental properties.

Teri Walter, Walter Law Firm

Register for The Real Estate Invetors Summit to watch Teri present “Common Title Problems & How To Fix Them”.

Meet Our Expert Presenters: Kyle Jones

Kyle Jones, TruePoint Capital

Kyle Jones is the founder and Key Principal of TruePoint Capital, LLC. Kyle is responsible for the company’s strategic planning, investment decisions, asset management, and overseeing all aspects of the company’s financial activities, operations, and investor relations.

In addition to TruePoint Capital, LLC, Kyle is a co-founder of American Grid, which is a residential appraisal management company, and he also hosts two Podcasts called The Income Investor Podcast and the newly launched Investing in Houston Podcast.

Prior to being a full-time investor and entrepreneur, Kyle worked in the corporate world in the high tech sales industry for 13 years and worked for multiple Fortune 100 companies throughout his career.

Kyle is also a true family man. He’s been married to his wife for 11 years, and they have 3 amazing kids.

Kyle Jones, TruePoint Capital