Spark Real Estate Investment Association (REIA)
Spark Real Estate Investment Association (REIA) is Washington state's largest real estate investment associations for real estate investors, offering education, networking and resources for the beginning to advanced investor.
Since 1983, Spark REIA, formerly known as the Real Estate Association of Puget Sound (REAPS), has been providing real estate education with the objective to help their members with real estate investing as well as networking in order to build passive real estate income.
Sparks REIA has been a volunteer run for most of its existence, with volunteers serving on their board, managing the day-to-day operations for their members while constantly striving to make Spark REIA the best professional association of its kind in the Northwestern United States. They are all active in real estate investing and the community.
They offer several Membership Plans that provide you the flexibility to get the most out of your membership, each designed to cost their members absolutely nothing when used correctly. In fact, membership can actually make you money. Membership Plans include Single, Dual, Long-Distance, Guest and Business/Vendor memberships.
All plans provide members full access to Spark REIA benefits including, but not limited to: membership to National Real Estate Investors Association; ability to volunteer and get more exposure for your business; network opportunities with knowledgeable speakers and other real estate professionals at the monthly meetings; one-on-one help from fellow members; free admission to more than 100 live events per year around Puget Sound; deeply discounted admission to seven or more live, full-day Saturday training events; ability to attend members-only events (most of which are free with membership); and discounts with—and access to—local, national and wholesale vendors.
To find out more, sign up for membership or view all upcoming events, visit our website at https://www.reapsweb.com/
Serving Bellingham, Bellevue, Fife, Bremerton and Mountlake Terrace, Washington.