About w.i.r.e.

LogoW.I.R.E., the Women Investors of Real Estate Group, was founded October 23, 2003 in the conference room of the then Express Auction; now Excel Auction. Dawn Sheehan, Sales Coordinator for Express, brought together a group of women with very diverse professional backgrounds in real estate, but they all had one thing in common: they were real estate investors who were passionate about women's evolving and very important role in real estate investing.

On this day, the group of women created a mission statement, scheduled their first speaker, and determined meeting dates, times, and chose to have the meetings at various locations throughout the greater Baltimore Metro area to promote the city and its counties. The first WIRE meeting was scheduled for December 3, 2004 and featured Anne Riggle, President of International Assets Group, LLC. Ms. Riggle was also named Chairperson of WIRE, and the positions of the Board Members were agreed upon.

Over the years, as the real estate market has changed so too has W.I.R.E. to reflect those changes; W.I.R.E now focuses on much more intimate gatherings so that women can learn and grow together and help each other build wealth and security through the aquisition of of real estate.

To date, WIRE has had over 100 members and continues to welcome excited new and experienced members.


Interested in more?

If you are interested in attending a WIRE function or learning more about the group, please contact one of our board members Here, via email at Support@wirep.com or by phone at our main office, 410-737-1500.

WIRE "Kudos"

"…Thank You, I met some wonderful individuals at the WIRE meeting last night. I know that I will truly benefit from my networking contacts and hopefully acquire some friendships that will last a lifetime…" Marilyn Davis, new investor

"If WIRE was meant to bring good people and opportunities together-then-it is well on its way to success." Victoria Gagne, investor and Board Member

"…Your foresight in creating WIRE will help so many women learn and grow. Your openness to share will help many women avoid…the mistakes one can make in this business." Yvonne Dupree, local investor