Whether you have considered buying a second home as a rental property or curious about how to pursue investing in real estate, the Center for Real Estate Connection (CREC) can help you get started. On Saturday, June 13 CREC will present Real Estate Investing 101, a four-hour workshop, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The workshop will be held at Saturday, June 13, at 1607-B E. Griffin Parkway in Mission.

The Real Estate Investing 101 workshop is designed to provide a better understanding of real estate investing terminology, strategies, techniques and issues. It also focuses on why real estate is a viable investment tool. CREC also offers a full summer schedule of workshops and study groups covering real estate investing for wealth and quick-turn real estate investing. Upcoming community service topics will include information for first-time home buyers and how to avoid foreclosure.

“This workshop will provide a foundation for those interested in the various aspects of real estate investing,” said Rudy Young, founder of CREC. Young is also the workshop facilitator. He has over seven years experience with rentals, rehabilitation projects and joint partnerships using both conventional and creative financing. He currently holds approximately 30 properties in his real estate portfolio.

CREC also offers a series of other workshops along with mentoring, study groups and networking opportunities for novice or experienced real estate investors.

“The workshops focus on how to build wealth by holding real estate long or short term,” added Young. “Real estate investing is a proven path to success and anyone can acquire the skills to get started.”

Seating is limited to 20 participants. CREC also offers a full summer schedule of workshops and study groups covering real estate investing for wealth and quick-turn real estate investing. Upcoming community service topics will include information for first time home buyers and how to avoid foreclosure.

To register for the RE Investing 101 workshop or for more information on upcoming study groups and workshops, call Young at 956-874-8827.