The CAZA Investor Network started in 2007 with less than 10 members and has since grown to over 7,000 members!
At CAZA, we believe that the networking, education and inspiration you need to become a real estate investing pro is best found at the local level – which means that you need local knowledge, local contacts and local resources to help you grow.
Each CAZA Investor Network location is run by active investors who are doing deals in their area who have joined CAZA to help us build the world’s largest grassroots network of real estate investors. We share our knowledge, our passion, our network and our best practices to help one another grow our businesses.
We created this network to discover and share ideas, strategies and resources for building a successful real estate business and we are glad you have joined the pursuit!
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+ What is CIN?
CAZA Investor Network (CIN) is a hyper-local group of real estate fanatics, focused on networking, education and inspiration for the real estate investor. We aim to bring together the resources to help our fellow investors grow their businesses. We believe in getting through giving and in the power of a mastermind environment where we share our experience and help one another succeed. There is power in the Network and the Network is you.
+ What's in it for me?
By attending a networking event or accessing this site, you will have access to resources that are comprehensive, proven and actionable. We tell you what works to find deals, monetize opportunities and grow your business. The networking events let you meet other active investors to share best practices and grow your network of other professionals that will be key to your success (think: contractors, equity partners, lenders, agents, attorneys, title companies etc.).
+ How does this site relate to Meetup and can I register for a Meetup here?
Our networking events are managed and promoted on Meetup.com – the world’s greatest website for finding and meeting-with people who share common interests. Click here to see our current Meetup locations and dates and to RSVP for an upcoming networking event near you.
+ What's in it for CIN?
We firmly believe the business adage that Your Net Worth is Determined by Your Network. It’s been proven that success in business is accelerated through associating with other successful individuals. By regularly meeting new people and keeping in touch with other motivated colleagues, we’ve been able to do more deals, make more money and have more fun than if we were going it alone. We help folks buy and sell real estate, joint-venture and lend money on deals, wholesale our excess inventory and find new partners through our network. You can, too.
+ What happens at the Meetups?
At least once a month, we host a networking event at each location. The meetings are typically kept small-ish so we can all introduce ourselves to the room; this lets members get to know who is in the room and who they may want to follow-up with during the networking time. We usually have an educational topic that we discuss and we share a strategy or process that we use in our real estate investing. It is an open forum where we actively engage our fellow investors to get other opinions, fresh ideas and best practices. After an hour-ish discussion of that night’s topic, we break into open networking. That’s when the real magic happens and members can interact with one another and the CAZA member-host to share deals, opportunities, contact info and continue the discussion.
+ How can I start my own Meetup?
Glad you asked!
We are always looking to grow our networking events and partner with like-minded people to host new Meetups in new locations. If you are an active investor who believes in getting through giving and the power of the network, come talk to us about the opportunity to host a CAZA Investor Network Meetup group in your area.
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CREATING SUCCESSFUL INVESTORS
The CAZA Investor Network has given me the confidence to move ahead with my business. It gave me the opportunity to step back and reflect on what I do, how well I do it, and where I can improve together with the toolkit to progress.
— Yukiko Nakayama
The CIN consistently does a excellent job and because of that, they attract a great group of people for meeting and networking. The format is planned, orderly, and each meeting has the right balance of presentation and networking time.
— Alexa Evans
Great opportunity to meet other investors, CPAs, realtors and lenders.
— Charlie Wu
Like going to a school on investing but without the tuition and even better. Networking is great.
— Wayne Goode Sr.
Very informative. Very useful. Great content, Well organized. These guys are doing brilliant job! One of the best meetup group. Thanks for setting this up!
CAZA Real Estate Investor Network is exactly the kind of group I had been looking for as a new investor with a lot of questions and not sure who to trust for answers.
— Elise Browning
You can make a lot of money with this million dollar Rolodex group of people. Stay connected and you can get everything needed with like minded people to properly invest in RE.
— Joe Tamres
Superb! Better than all of the other REIA's where we pay hard earned money to attend their functions for less. Less information. Less knowledge. Less real life experience. Less helpfulness.
— Michael Paczak