Learn how to FUN'd Your Future with WREN

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Learn with like-minded women.
Working with women from coast to coast.
Watch this "Yes You Can" Masterclass.

WREN Encourages, Educates and Enlightens Women to FUN’d their Future using Real Estate Investment as an empowerment tool.

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EDUCATION

Why learn from us?

When we started investing, it was almost by accident!  We've made plenty of mistakes so you don’t need to reinvent that wheel.  

Our team has invested thousands of dollars and hours to increase our knowledge and skills, which you can leverage to create your own successes.

We offer you an education program designed for women. We understand that women invest differently and we celebrate that fact. We share openly and believe our vulnerability makes us better investors, mentors and supporters.

Online Education now available for WREN CLUB Members

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EVENTS

How do you connect with us?

Our environment is fun, friendly and without judgement. We're not competing, we're collaborating!

Join us for a variety of events including women's networking events with our industry supporters, and leadership events with our wonderful community partners.

We host educational events locally and nationally!  Great networking, learning opportunities, leadership, investment and new friends await you. If you can’t come in person, join us online for live and recorded webinars.

Here is our calendar of events.

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EXPERTS

Why not set yourself and your family up for a finer future?

WREN brings you local and national industry experts to support your real estate investment goals.

Our knowledgeable team caters to our unique community of dynamic women; working creatively to focus on your specific needs. We all strive to help you feel empowered, take the emotion out of investing and use real estate as a tool to help Fun'd Your Future.

Our team has completed projects in supportive housing, rental development, cash flowing joint ventures, vacation rentals and more. Learn from our experiences on how to take action to achieve your real estate goals.

LEAP - Learn. Explore. Act. Prosper

LEARN - join us at an event

EXPLORE - meet like-minded people

ACT - get educated, take action, be collaborative, invest

PROSPER - celebrate your success, be part of the community

Tell us about your Real Estate Experience:

Save the dates!

Members-only - Victoria Sept 7th
Vancouver event - Sept 10th
Toronto event - Sept 26th
Fraser Valley....October (date TBC)
Details coming soon.
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From Lana Russell, your weekly outlook...

There is a strange phenomenon occurring. Central Banks, fearing a downturn in their economy, are lowering interest rates to 0 or below. Negative interest rates mean investors are paying the government to hold their money, instead of the other way around. Why would anyone do that you may ask?

Government bonds are safe. With fears of a global recession, investors are worried about losing money if markets fall. While this is good for borrowers, it is bad for savers, or those in retirement that may not earn enough to keep up with inflation.

While we are not experiencing negative interest rates currently in Canada, rates are at an all time low and are not anticipated to go any higher in the near future.

The world’s headlong dash to zero or negative interest rates just passed another milestone: Homebuyers in Denmark effectively are being paid to take out 10-year mortgages.
Jyske Bank A/S, Denmark’s third-largest lender, announced in early August a mortgage rate of -0.5 per cent, before fees. Nordea Bank Abp, meanwhile, is offering 30-year mortgages at annual interest of 0.5 per cent, and 20-year loans at zero.

Years of easing by central banks hacked away at interest rates around the world, distorting the traditional economics of lending and borrowing. This is most pronounced in Europe, where a composite home-loan rate across the euro area fell to 1.65 per cent in June, the lowest since records began in 2000.

While some regions have resisted the trend, borrowing costs are at or near rock-bottom in many major world markets. That’s boosted demand from homebuyers and spurred fierce competition among lenders for their business.
If we can be of any help to you this week, please don't hesitate to reach out.
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Success comes in many forms, but whatever it is, must be followed with intent & purposeful action.
What have you done "on purpose" to create success? Have you educated yourself, taken time for self-care & surrounded yourself with other inspiring people? Let us know what success means to you - we'd love to hear it!
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From Lana and Ashley - LA Mortgages
This week's outlook!

"Most economists aren’t budging in their prediction Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will hold interest rates steady for at least another year.
Even with renewed speculation about an impending global recession and a trend among the world’s central banks toward easing policy, a Bloomberg survey shows a majority of economists still expect Poloz to keep the benchmark overnight rate at 1.75 per cent until the end of 2020.
Of the 15 economists surveyed by Bloomberg, nine expect the Bank of Canada to remain on hold to the end of 2020. Domestic banks are among the more optimistic -- with Toronto Dominion, Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, National Bank and Laurentian expecting Poloz to hold well into next year.
But not all are convinced, with six analysts predicting at least one cut amid escalating U.S.-China trade tension that is raising doubts about the global growth outlook, and which prompted the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates last week.
Trade and investment are most at risk for Canada. While underlying export strength is at its strongest since 2015, evidence of slowing global demand is mounting. Inventory-to-sales ratios are at recession-era highs in both the manufacturing and wholesale sectors, and leading indicators for Canadian exporters are deteriorating. Signs are also emerging that the nation’s red-hot labour market is cooling off.
There are plenty of arguments in favour of a hold. Canada’s economy in the second quarter probably grew at a faster pace than the 2.3 per cent forecast by the Bank of Canada in its July monetary policy report. Interest rates also remain stimulative in real terms and the inflation rate is bang-on the central bank’s target.
If we can be of any help to you this week, please don't hesitate to reach out. "
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What's coming up in September and October? Wine and real estate coach tours of course!!! We'll be in the Fraser Valley and on the island with favourite experts guiding us on the real estate journey. Stand by for dates and details - Coaches on the coach! ... See MoreSee Less

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WREN, the Women's Real Estate Network

A Team that will build your confidence and skills in Real Estate Investing

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Liza Rogers

Founder
Connector, Creator, Consultant

Meet our Supporters & Advisors

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Cheri Crause

Realtor, Developer

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Charlene Sanjenko

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Mia Frankl

Administrative Coordinator

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Darlene Smith

Canadian Education Director
Integrator, Educator, Energizer
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Alice Soon

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Julia Pereira

Real Estate Advisor

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Shelley Rempel

Real Estate Advisor

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