OCRE Forum

Welcome to OCRE Forum – Orange County’s  real estate networking and educational forum for investors of all levels.  OCRE Forum hosts monthly meetings that are geared toward educating real estate investors and networking with industry professionals.  Click here for this month’s meeting.

“ OCRE Forum is a great way to learn from other investors that are doing deals right now.  Their meetings provide an opportunity to make great connections.  It’s better than any tapes or books.”

Crowdfunding for Real Estate

Wednesday, August 13th 2014

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Crowdfunding is quickly becoming a new way to raise capital and fuel investments and it is now being applied to real estate. Read more

Robert Fragoso, Private real esate funder

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

 

AnchorLoansAs a large investor in fix and flip properties, Anchor Loans has established a winning formula to procure, evaluate and market hundreds of flip properties.  Robert Fragoso has a reputation for his ability to quickly analyze a deal as well as providing valuable advice to investors.Read more

Scott Carson is coming to Orange County

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Note BuyingBuying and selling non-performing notes can be an ideal investment strategy for people interested in cash flow and win-win investment scenarios.  Find deals at a discounted price and use notes to buy them in bulk.

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How To Create A House Flipping Machine

Wednesday, February 12, 2014    -     7:00 – 9:30 pm

 

Justin Williams has over flipped 300 houses in the past few years – most of those in the past 24 months!  Is he superhuman or just super stressed? Neither, actually! He’s simply discovered the secret to creating real estate businesses that run practically on autopilot.

 

Home buyers shifting to condos as house prices rise

By Andrew  Khouri  LA Times
December 3, 2013

For many young adults, condos are the only affordable path to homeownership in  urban areas near jobs and entertainment.

Southern California home buyers have pulled back, purchasing fewer  single-family homes in October as they struggled to afford  houses that have jumped in price this year.

They didn’t, however, lose their appetite for condos.

Changing cultural attitudes and skyrocketing home prices have boosted demand  for condominiums this year, experts say. For many, condos are the only  affordable path to homeownership in urban areas near jobs,  cafes and boutiques.