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How to Land the Large Ones: Key Processes to Transition from Small to Big Deals

with... Eliot Ward

If you are interested in transitioning from small to big deals, join us for this event!

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

SLCC, Miller Campus, KGMC
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

Are you an investor who is ready to take on a bigger deal?  If so, join the Utah REIA for the July Main Monthly Meeting where Eliot Ward, Commercial Real Estate Expert, will teach us:

  1. How to analyze existing portfolio quickly and accurately.  Key measures

  2. Personal Inventory (Timing, Priorities, Needs, Bandwidth)

  3. Set appropriate Goals and Objectives  (Short and Long Term)

  4. Assembling a team of service providers/partners/ and team members

  5. Do the work and work the plan

ABOUT ELIOT WARD:  Between being an agent, acquiring, and developing property, Eliot has collectively worked on over one billion in closed real estate transactions. 

Eliot started working in commercial real estate in 2003 working in tenant representation with Jones Lang Lasalle 15 years ago.  He has done a significant amount of multifamily development with the United States Navy as part of Clark Realty Capital helping to develop housing for military families. He has also purchased large apartment complexes (in excess of $500 MM in value) around the country to implement value-add strategies such as improving interior and exterior conditions to modernize communities and to maximize value for investment groups. He also has an active Utah real estate license and helps clients with residential where it makes sense.   Prior to being an active real estate agent in Utah, he was a broker in California and was the Broker of Record for a property management company with close to 2,000 leases. Though skilled at balancing high volumes, Eliot also loves connecting on a personal basis to find the perfect situation to fit the unique needs of families and investors.

Eliot has also had operational roles and worked in mergers and acquisitions. He received an undergraduate degree from BYU studying finance and then received an MBA from the University of Virginia studying real estate and finance.  He has 4 children and lives in Draper, UT.

ABOUT THE SPONSOR:  If you are looking for property management services or rental options in Northern Utah, Reeder Asset Management is here to help. Our family-owned and operated company has over 15 years of experience in rental real estate, including personal experience with ownership, and we are ready to go to work for you.
We serve a broad area in Northern Utah covering over 130 miles – including Salt Lake City, Davis County, Weber County, Box Elder County and Cache Valley. Our familiarity with such a broad market makes us an excellent partner in the management of your investments. We know how to attract and retain quality tenants, helping to reduce turnover, improve revenue streams and build successful rental investments. For more information, call us today at (801) 828-8944 or visit us at https://www.reederproperties.com/

For More Info: Contact Rebecca Dearing by calling (801) 647-8862 or by sending an e-mail to rebecca@utahreia.org.

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Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

SLCC, Miller Campus, KGMC
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

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