The Investment Real Estate Roundtable (IRER), a real estate investing networking group dedicated to educational & networking opportunities in the 4 major Texas markets of Austin, San Antonio, Houston, & Dallas, has released its Fall/Winter 2014 events schedule. The featured speaker in each city will be a local who is active and successful in the local market.

There is an IRER event weekly in one of the four major Texas markets. Each market has a consistent monthly topic and meeting. For more event information on the speaker, the dates, times, and locations of each event, please visit

The presentations will focus on what types of strategies are hot in the current Texas real estate market, how to find money for investing, pitfalls to avoid, and much more. After the presentation, a brief Q&A session will be held. Then, deals may be informally pitched to the group. Each attendee has the opportunity to invite those interested to partake in the deal or offer relevant to the real estate industry. For the rest of the event, attendees will have the opportunity to network with one another.

The IRER monthly topics are as follows:

September 2014: “Building the Perfect Team” with a Featured Speaker
October 2014: “Buying and Selling Notes” with Robert Young
November 2014: “Marketing for Investors” with a Featured Speaker
December 2014: Featured Investor and Deal with a Featured Speaker

“Our goal every month is to have a specific topic relevant to real estate investors in Texas,” says Club Founder Romney Navarro.

About The Investment Real Estate Roundtable: The goal of the Investment Real Estate Roundtable is to provide a valuable networking opportunity for local real estate investors while providing an educational topic every week relevant to the industry. Before and after each presentation, there will be valuable networking opportunities. For more information on each event and to RSVP, please visit

PR- IRER Announces Fall/Winter 2014 Networking Topics

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *