Joe Boston

Joe Boston is the founder and leader of the Dallas Real Estate Investment Group known as Dalllas-REIG. Prior to dedicating his efforts full time to real estate investing, he had several great careers. First, he spent 9 successful years as an Air Force Officer managing and leading both military and civil service members. He is a decorated military officer and was selected Officer of the Year 3 out of the nine years he served. Next, Joe became a finance controller for several major corporations until he was introduced to corporate sales. He spent 7 years in various sales roles that ascended his talents to Territory and District Manager roles. Sales is where he thrived!

Joe decided to transition all his efforts to his professional passion, Real Estate! In 2010, he formed REIG-Dallas and began to speak, coach, develop programs while also collaborating and partnering with real estate leaders in the Dallas Ft. Worth area. His group has realized at least a 25% growth each year; Tripling its member base from 2013 to 2014. Now it is a main REIA in DFW!

As an aggressive real estate professional, he has participated in over $30 million in traditional real estate sales and as an investor, he has amassed a portfolio exceeding 60 homes, including notes, rent-to-own and rental properties. Additionally, he has many real estate designations and is working on his professional CCIM designation.
He holds a Texas State Real Estate Broker License, MBA in Finance, MSHRM in Human Resources, Six Sigma Black Belt, 50C3 Non Profit Certification and Professional Human Resources Designation (PHR).

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Section 8 is Great!

What It Means to ‘Take Section 8’ If prospective tenants ask if you take Section 8, they want to know if you would accept part of their rent through the Housing Choice Voucher Program (still commonly known as the tenant-based Section 8 program). But just because a prospect asks such a question doesn’t mean they are substandard tenants or it is not a great way to generate cash flow. The answer is up to you! Before you respond, you should be sure to understand how the program works. Joe will discuss the benefits and pitfalls of this government program.