Build Realty hosts free real estate investing workshops every month in our Blue Ash training center.


Our workshops are completely free, open to the public, and are a great opportunity to network with other active real estate investors while learning about current real estate investing strategies and concepts. Our broad range of current real estate investing topics are designed for investors of all experience levels – an no, we aren’t selling anything at the end!

Register for an upcoming workshop and find out why over 2,000 real estate investors have made the Build Realty free real estate investing workshops a key component of their real estate investing success.

This month’s topic:
How to Recruit, Manage and Pay Contractors

Our Next Workshop is:
Thursday, March 9th, 6:00pm – 7:30pm


Although it may seem easy on TV, finding and managing reliable contractors is the biggest challenged faced by all real estate investors.

Here are the problems most real estate investors face:

– The best skilled contractors are typically the most expensive

– The most reliable contractors are never available

– Managing the contractors they do have is like herding cats

– The only contractors available are the ones no one else wants to work with

Join us on Thursday, March 9th at 6pm at our Blue Ash training center to find out how you can overcome these and other challenges faced by real estate investors.




Registration is free, but seating is limited. Please reserve your seat below.

The Build Realty Training Center is located in Blue Ash, Ohio, just north of Cross County Highway.

Here are just some of the reasons why over 2,000 Cincinnati investors have attended our free real estate investing workshops:

  • Nothing to join, no dues or membership
  • No sales pitch at the end
  • Only 1 hour long, because we’re all busy!
  • Learn strategies you can apply to your business immediately
  • Original and current real estate investing topics
  • Meet reliable contractors and vendors
  • Network with other active real estate investors