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Our mission is to connect real estate professionals. We have the best combination of real estate education and personal development insights to enable you to overcome the illusion of fear on your way to the top. Once fear diminishes, light will shine. You’ll be able to get the clarity required to take consistent action in the direction of your dreams.

Hi, my name is Sam Sadat, president and founder of Sam's Real Estate Club. Since our inception in May 2003, we have helped thousands of people learn, network and prosper by capitalizing on the current market strategies.

I highly encourage you RSVP now and attend our next monthly club meeting to learn from our panel of experts. Bring your questions and leave your wallets at home! Your nominal admission fee will buy you a ton of valuable information. We welcome people from all walks of life and various skill levels. We have a friendly networking environment designed to help you make solid contacts in a short period of time.

I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

Sam Sadat



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The Future of Real Estate in Southern California

1112 Montana Ave

Out of the Pandemic and Into…What Next? The Future of Real Estate in Southern California

Anthony W. Orlando, Ph.D. | California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Anthony W. Orlando is an Assistant Professor in the Finance, Real Estate, & Law Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He holds the titles of Donor’s Scholar of Analytics in the CPP College of Business Administration, Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Faculty Affiliate of the Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise at the University of Southern California, and Faculty Affiliate of the USC Political Institutions and Political Economy Collaborative. He serves as the Co-Advisor of the Cal Poly Pomona Finance Society.

Dr. Orlando teaches and conducts research at the intersection of business, economics, and law. He is trained as an applied microeconomist with a focus on real estate, finance, and public policy. His latest research investigates the dynamics of housing supply, construction costs, homelessness, and the effects of low-income housing policies. His new book, Keeping Races in Their Places: The Dividing Lines That Shaped the American City, was published by Routledge in November 2021. Weaving together sophisticated statistical analyses of more than a century’s worth of data with an engaging, accessible narrative that brings the numbers to life, it exposes the entrenched effects of redlining on American communities.

You Will Learn:
- How affordable is housing really? Will this get better or worse in the years to come?
- What the heck is the Fed doing? How long will it take to get back to normal?
- Where are prices growing fastest? Where are they slowing down?
- How hard is it to build in LA? What’s stopping us from building more?
- How will the post-pandemic city look different than the past?

PLUS: Sam’s Insight
Register Online: https://samsrealestateclub.com/our-next-meeting/

7:30 pm "Sam's Insight" and Feature Presentation
$4.99 online early bird registration through January 22nd.
$7.99 online pre-registration through February 2nd.
VIPs Level 2 and 3 will receive an email to watch free.
Registration to watch online closes 15 minutes before the event starts, so register early! Registrations after 7:15 pm will not go through.

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How to Analyze Income Producing (Multi-Unit) Properties

1112 Montana Ave

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