Program for June 10 – Two Options – In person or via Zoom!

In person: 6 pm, on the back patio of the South Cobb Diner on the Austell Square, 5850 Love St, Austell

Via Zoom: 7 pm, register here and the Zoom link will be emailed to you after you register.

 

Program for June 10

Our Guest Speaker for June 10 is David Basil who owns Basil Law Group that invests in tax deeds, tax liens in West Georgia.

Basil Law Group is a full service real estate litigation practice specializing in tax sales and tax deeds and helping their clients realize the greatest potential for their tax properties. They have significant experience with tax deeds, tax sale litigation, tax deed barments, quiet title actions, foreclosure actions. They regularly file quiet title actions, cure title defects, determine heirship to property, reform deeds, and other forms of equitable relief such as declaratory judgments and injunctions to protect the enforceability of ownership interests and security deeds.

Are you currently doing real estate projects in Cobb County and West Georgia?
Are you interested in connecting with other investors in the area?

Then join us at the GaREIA Cobb/West Georgia Subgroup!

GaREIA members attend at no charge (you must be logged in to the members only section of the website first before registering); Guest Fee is $25 for non-members.

Subgroup Leaders: Paul Kennedy & Scott Miller
Scott Miller is currently a buy-and-hold investor with properties in the South Cobb area (Austell, Mableton, and unincorporated Smyrna). He started in the real estate business in the mid-1990s in intown rentals (i.e., low-rent landlord). Scott enjoys discussing investment real estate and attending GaREIA functions, and meeting other investors who invest in the Metro Atlanta area.

Cobb / West Georgia Subgroup meets the 2nd Thursday of every month.

  • June 10, 2021
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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