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Orange County Association of Realtors Instructor

Orange County Association of Realtors Instructor

Jesse Madison is an Orange County Association of Realtors instructor.

Member of the  OCAR Team of Excellence- 2015 Instructors

 

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Jesse is the Broker and President at One Point Plus Real Estate. He began his real estate career in 2002 and quickly became a top producer with top Orange County real estate brokerages before launching his own brokerage in 2009.

He experienced extensive success with residential sales as well as being a local listing broker for HUD Asset Managers and numerous REO clients. He began conductingOnePointPlus black blue number
‘HOW 2 HUD” agent training for OCAR Members in 2012. He also enjoys providing agent training at various brokerage offices throughout Southern California.

Jesse graduated from California State University Long Beach with degrees in Marketing, Philosophy and History. He also received a certificate of Advanced Spanish from the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain. Past experience includes Latin American Sales Representative for Taylor Made Golf and Marketing Specialist at IBM of Peru.

He has numerous designations to include SRES, CDPE, SFR and additional REO designations. Affiliations also include NAHREP and AREAA. In his leisure time Jesse enjoys photography, coaching soccer and spending time with his family.

As an OCAR Orange County Association of Realtors instructor Jesse plans to continue training Orange County real estate agents through 2015.

Looking for a Real Estate agent in Orange County? Call the agent that trains other agents and call Jesse today! 949-306-8416

 

Orange County Association of Realtors Instructor
Orange County Association of Realtors Instructor, Jesse Madison, Broker

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