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dfree® Real Estate Investor Network (REIN)

A major emphasis of the dfree® Movement has been eliminating debt, delinquencies and deficits. The next step is to use your financial freedom to establish deposits, dividends and deeds.

In REIN, you will receive exclusive information about housing opportunities, join a supportive community of real estate investors, and access resources that can help your projects grow.

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dfree® REIN is a community of residential real estate investors

The dfree® Real Estate Investor Network (REIN) offers the following:

Income Generating Opportunities

Information about income generating opportunities by investing in real estate.

Professional Mentoring Network

Connections to a network of real estate investors for mentoring, training and collaboration.

Access to Capital

Access to capital for acquiring and renovating one to four family homes for rental or resale (in 27 states and DC).

A popular way to describe these investments is house flipping, which has become a popular real estate investment choice.

According to ATTOM, the curator of the nation’s premier property database, 94,766 single-family houses and condominiums in the United States were flipped in the third quarter of 2021. Those transactions represented 5.7 percent of all home sales in the third quarter of 2021, or one in 18 transactions, a figure that was up for the second quarter in a row after a year of declines. The latest total marked an increase from 5.1 percent, or one in every 20 home sales in the nation, during the second quarter of 2021, and from 5.2 percent, or one in 19 sales, in the third quarter of last year.

Black borrowers and investors have been disproportionately denied access to real estate financing. According to the real estate website Zillow.com, the mortgage denial rate was 84% higher for Black applicants than White applicants in 2020.