Octoberber 6th, 2016 – Stay Put, Cash Out, or Change Seats?
Bruce Norris, The Norris Group
Bruce Norris shares with SJREI critical insights into the California real estate market in 2016 for California real estate investors. He’ll share reasons why investors should stay put, sell, or 1031 exchange into other opportunities.
Join Bruce Norris at San Jose Real Estate Investors Association (SJREI) on October 6th as Bruce Norris shares reasons why California real estate investor should consider staying put, cashing in, and/or 1031 exchanging into other inventory here in California.
The Norris Group conducted a survey in late 2015 which showed investors’ biggest concern heading into 2016 was whether or not California had hit its peak. Inventory is tight, the competition remains fierce, and investors are left wondering if it’s time to run for the hills!
JOIN BRUCE NORRIS AS HE EXPLORES:
- – The most important word in real estate
- – 4 reasons to stay put
- – 4 reasons to cash out
- – 4 reasons to change seats
- – 5 signals of a peak
- – Indispensable lessons in the buy/sell business
Thursday, October 6th 7-9 PM
The Domain Hotel, Sunnyvale
Bruce Norris – The Norris Group
Bruce Norris is an active investor, hard money lender, and real estate educator with over 30 years’ experience. Bruce has been involved in more than 2,000 real estate transactions as a buyer, seller, builder, and money partner.
Renowned for his ability to forecast long-term real estate market trends and timing, the release of The California Comeback report in 1997 gained him much notoriety. The accuracy of the extensive report led many California investors to financial freedom. His January 2006 release, The California Crash, was an in-depth look into the California market correction and the statistics behind Bruce’s predictions.
Bruce is also the host of the award-winning series, I Survived Real Estate. The events bring together leaders from numerous real estate sectors to discuss legislation, regulation, stimulus-related issues, and solutions to the current market. The events have also helped raise over $600,000 for charity since it began in 2008.
Join us at I Survived Real Estate 2016! (Click for more info)