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« Last post by ochomes on Today at 10:59:21 AM »
I had a client that relocate to OC, purchase a house through me and ask me for a list of the best Summer Camps for kids.  They weren't looking for the day camps but the "going away for camp" experiences since both of the parents work technology jobs and don't have the luxury of taking time off. 

I cam across information from MomsLA and thought i'd share it with you fine people. 

Catalina Island Camps
(Mailing address) 707 W Woodbury Road Unit F
Altadena, CA 91001
Phone: (626) 296-4040
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Located on Catalina Island, this camp is a traditional coed sleepaway camp for campers entering 2nd grade through 10th grade. Campers attend camp for 1 week, 2 week or 4 week long sessions. Activities include snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, tubing, high ropes course, archery & riflery, gardening & composting, outdoor cooking, and much more.
Pali Adventures
30778 CA-18
Running Springs, CA 92382
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Pali is a fun one-of-a-kind summer camp experience, where campers design their own unique adventure. 21 morning specialty camps offer the chance to learn something new and amazing  from Hollywood Stunts to Flying Trapeze, Pali Adventures promises that your child will have the best summer camp experience ever.
Amplify Sleep Away Camp For Girls
Ojai Valley School
10820 Reeves Road
Ojai, CA 93023
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Amplify Sleep Away Rock Camp is a one-week overnight program offered to girls ages 11-17 years old and is held at Ojai Valley Boarding High School in Ojai. At Camp Amplify, girls of all skill levels have the opportunity to learn guitar, bass, drums, vocals, keys or other instruments. Girls will also form a band, write an original song, and perform at the Final Showcase for their family and friends.
ID Tech Camp
Multiple Locations throughout the LA area
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Kids will have the opportunity to develop real-world tech skills and experience firsthand how interests can turn into a college degree and future career. Led by hip, tech-savvy instructors, ages 7-17 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, produce films, and more. iD Tech also offers iD Programming Academy (for teens, held at UCLA), iD Game Design & Development Academy (for teens), Alexa Café (all-girls STEM program, held at Marymount High), and iD Tech Mini (half/full day for ages 6-9, held at Caltech).
New York Film Academy
3300 Riverside Drive
Burbank, CA 91505
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The 2016 summer marks the 19th season the New York Film Academy will bring it’s high school summer film and acting camps to teens ages 13-17 years old. In the high school workshops, each student writes, directs, shoots, and edits, or acts in his or her own short films. Students reside at the Oakwood Corporate Housing complex. Oakwood offers two pools, tennis courts, basketball, and volleyball among its amenities. The entire property is gated and there is a 24-hour guard at the entrance to the property. A day camp for tweens (ages 10-13) is also offered.
Endless Summer Surf Camp
Old Hwy 101
San Clemente, CA 92672
Phone: (949) 498-7862
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The Endless Summer Surf Camp has a beautiful campsite overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the San Onofre State Park campground, which is just south of the city of San Clemente. All 5-day surf camp packages start Monday morning at 8am and finish Friday at 4pm. The overnight camp includes accommodations, all meals, drinks and snacks, 24 hour supervision, and all your surfing equipment as well as surf instruction.
AstroCam – The Space and Summer Adventures
26800 Saunders Meadow Road
Idyllwild , CA 92549
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AstroCamp is a mountain adventure, physical science, and traditional camp program located in Idyllwild, California. Boys and girls ages 8-17 make memories and have fun while participating in a variety of activities like space exploration, rock climbing, mountain biking, rocketry, astronomy, craftsmanship, and summer camp fun.
Sierra Sleep-Away Camp
Phone: (310) 541-3664
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At the 47th annual Sierra sleep-away camp located at Bass Lake, campers ages 7-17 will have the experience of a lifetime while enjoying a true camping experience with tent living while still utilizing some modern day conveniences. Fun and adventure are woven into each day along with the opportunity to develop new skills or improve old ones.
Griffith Park Boys Camp
4730 Crystal Springs Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone: (323) 664-0571
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Griffith Park Boys Camp is a picturesque 10 acre facility resting in the historic Griffith Park hills and has more than 87 years of history helping give boys, through the transformative experiences of nature, a foundation for future greatness. While Griffith Park Boys’ Camp, affectionately called Boys Camp, primarily focuses on giving young men ages 7-14 a great summer experience including a 30 ft. rock climbing wall, high ropes challenge course, archery range, miles of hiking trails and so much more.
Crazzy’s WaseWagan Camp
42121 Seven Oaks Road
Angelus Oaks, CA 92305
Phone: (805) 498-5572
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Nestled in the beautiful majestic mountains near Big Bear, Camp Wasewagan is surrounded by towering pine and cedar trees which is perfect for the ideal outdoorsy camp experience. At WaseWagan camp Kids 5-16 will have an unforgettable experience participating in activities such as hiking, kayaking, rifelry, swim meats, campfires and so much more.
O.C. Real Estate / Re: What's the story with this house?
« Last post by ochomes on Today at 10:42:34 AM »

Where is this house located? Greenwood next to Costco?  But  Built in 2010? 

First sold for profit of more than $500K in 2 months and now being sold for a loss more than $500K?

Looks like funny math to me.
O.C. Real Estate / Re: Investing in rental properties OC or IE ?
« Last post by ochomes on Today at 10:40:46 AM »
thanks , good info. OC areas I am looking at is Cypress, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Brea and IE areas I am looking at is mostly Riverside city.

On the topic of demand from millennials over next decade - I would think more inventory will be coming to market over time as baby boomers sell their houses and move to senior housing which may balance the demand(from millennials)/supply (from baby boomers), thoughts?

Very good topic.  One things that you don't see being spoken about are the buying trends of millennials, whats important to them and how to position yourself to invest accordingly.  A client/friend of mine restores historical buildings in the venice areas and all the tech-companies are choosing the older buildings rather than the brand new glass towers built for them. 

Getting back to your original question on investments.  OC's values tend to climb faster from low to higher markets.  Also in a market fall-thru like we saw in 2008, the dip tends to not nearly go as low in the OC as compared to Riverside.  However with that being said, one thing that never goes down in an up or down market are the prices of rent. 

I have a handful of clients looking at apartments right now, in cost vs rents, they are tending to like Riverside.  Have more questions, feel free to reach out. 
Owner's Issues / Tesla Solar Panelled Roof Panels....Good Or Bad?
« Last post by ochomes on Today at 10:28:34 AM »
Hello, ive been getting inquiries on the solar paneled roofs by Tesla from clients.  Any feedback.  Sounds like a game-changer.  Here is an article on it.
« Last post by ochomes on Today at 10:21:53 AM »
I have a client that is looking for an off-market property for a single family home.  Anyone in this great community selling?  Their budget is the low $900,000's, they like upgraded homes and are flexible for a lease-back. 
Technology / Re: 4K LED TV Recommendation???
« Last post by marmott on Today at 02:24:36 AM »
There is a 75" for $1799 with no sales tax at Frys ( Maybe worth checking in store the model.

You need Sunday's promo code for it.
Around Town / Re: Irvine Crime Wave
« Last post by iacrenter on Today at 01:59:08 AM »
That section of homes along the 5 between Jeffrey and Culver seems very unlucky--one shooting and now an armed robbery. No bueno!
Around Town / Re: Irvine Crime Wave
« Last post by iacrenter on Today at 01:58:03 AM »

Irvine woman robbed by armed man in her own home, police say
By CHRIS HAIRE | | Orange County Register
PUBLISHED: May 27, 2017 at 3:46 pm | UPDATED: May 27, 2017 at 7:23 pm
IRVINE  A 62-year-old Irvine woman was robbed at gunpoint in her own home Saturday morning – “immediately” after returning from a stroll around her neighborhood, police said.

The woman returned from her walk at about 9:35 a.m., and as soon as she went inside, a man described as in his mid-20s entered the house in the 600 block of Hayes Street through an unlocked door, said spokeswoman Kim Mohr of the Irvine Police Department.

The armed man demanded cash and jewelry.

He made off with gold jewelry and $300, Mohr said. He fled in an unknown direction and has not been found.

The woman was not injured.

The suspect was last seen wearing a black-and-red sweater and black pants.

The woman, Mohr said, told police that she thinks the suspect followed her home from her walk.

Anyone with information, can call police at 949-724-7138.
Around Town / Re: Homeless Camp at the Library
« Last post by spootieho on Today at 01:55:02 AM »
Drove by it today and saw a bunch of tents.  That kinda sucks.  There are more and more homeless moving into the Tustin area, it seems.  Usually I only see dozen or so in Tustin, and they are all familiar to me.  Today I saw a lot more and didn't recognize any of them.
Food and Dining / Re: Junk fooding
« Last post by Paris on Today at 01:30:53 AM »
Anyone try these:

Instant death, but I have the urge.

OMG my kids would LOVE this - specifically because mac n cheese is a forbidden food in our house (along with cheetos) - lol. So anytime we go to a restaurant they ask for it  :)
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