The Norris Group
Bruce Norris, long-time investor, builder, and hard money lender is actively warning California real estate investors it’s time to start planning. Join us as Bruce shares ten decisions California real estate investors need to consider before the music stops.
EXPECT TO LEARN:
- How to spot key warning signs
- Why Bruce feels we’re in the 8th inning
- Deciding what stays and goes in your portfolio
- Painful mistakes investors tend to make in this part of the cycle
- The key team members you’ll likely need in the next 12 months
- Misconceptions California investors export with them to other states
- And how to plan for your best transition year ever
The Money Multiplier
Brent will be speaking on The Money Multiplier Method. With this method, Brent was able to pay off $984,711 in 3rd party debt in 39 months. He is passionate about how powerful this concept is and recently began sharing it with others. “I have a strong belief that whether you make $10/hour or $10,000/hour you should know and have this powerful information.” Brent will show us how to break the bonds of financial slavery and how to take control of our own financial life. Brent’s philosophy is simply: Help more people understand how to manage and grow their wealth.
Residential Assisted Living Academy
The Best Opportunities in Real Estate and Senior Housing for the next 20 years. Learn, step by step, how to turn a Single Family Home into a cash flow machine with Residential Assisted Living.
Learn how you can use a Single Family Home to make $5,000 $10,000 or even $20,000 per month, all while helping others and providing a tremendous service to them. That's called, “Doing Good And Doing Well”
You will learn the 3 Best Ways to Get Involved in Senior Housing and the 5 Keys to Being Successful Doing It Hands Off real estate investors will learn how to get TWICE the market rent with long term low impact tenants..
One way or the other you will be getting involved in senior housing. Right now you have a choice as to how you get involved.
Note Assistance Program
Finance of America Commercial
Join Kelly Soto with Finance of America Commercial to learn how 3 niche products can help you grow your income in 2019. Create recurring income streams in 2019 with fix and flip lines of credit for purchase or refinance with a one-time close. Target small to medium size builders and build-to-rent investors financing lot and construction with a one-time close. Help buy and hold investors with cash out refi and purchase money loans for rent-ready properties. Finance large investors who have large portfolios of single family rentals with a single blanket loan, and single loan payment, for multiple rental properties. You will learn about products and best practices for a top producer for building a successful niche business with real estate investors and builders.
Anderson Business Advisors
The Norris Group - Local Market Panelist
Ben Donel, ESQ.
Sunset Equity - Private Lending Panelist
Ignite Funding - Private Lending Panelist
OCREIA and uDirect IRA Services - Local Market Panelist
Outback REIA - Local Market Panelist
Geraci Law Firm - Lending Panel Moderator
Melissa Martorella joined Geraci Law Firm as an Associate Attorney in the Banking and Finance section in August 2015. Ms. Martorella’s experience includes representing lenders and brokers, preparing commercial, residential, and construction loan documents, as well as drafting assignments, extensions, modifications, and subordination agreements. Ms. Martorella also has experience assisting with negotiating the terms of transactions, drafting custom language, and closing loans. Ms. Martorella has prepared loan documents for transactions all over the country and ensures compliance with state-specific laws.
Melissa is a 2015 graduate of the University of California, Irvine School of Law. While in law school, Melissa was a Lead Article Editor and later a Senior Research Editor for the UCI Law Review. She also participated in the Community and Economic Development Clinic as a team leader on a major complex litigation case. As a second year, she was a Research Assistant to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, and later interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California. Finally, she was involved with the UCI Law Mentorship and Pre-Law Outreach Programs, where she mentored incoming law students and reviewed personal statements for potential law school applicants.
Prior to law school, Melissa obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies and History from Boston College in 2010. In 2011, she graduated from Tufts University with a Master of Arts in Teaching with a focus in Spanish Secondary Education. In her free time, Melissa enjoys watching college sports and attending networking events.