Save the date for our next conference, Friday, April 26, 2019 in Lafayette, CA!
The 2018 Advancing Real Estate Education Award
was presented to Leonel Bello.
Leo is real estate instructor at City College of San Francisco.
The award committee also recognized outstanding nominees Mary Ellen Brady (Cerritos College) and Rick Payne (Long Beach City College). Congratulations!
Thank you for joining us for the fall 2018 conference! We’re working hard to collect all the speaker content for you to review. Check back soon!
Welcome to CCCREEC!
The Real Estate Education Center promotes quality real estate education in the California Community Colleges. The center works with faculty to ensure quality instruction and encourage enrollment, and supports students seeking vocational real estate and appraisal education.
The California Community Colleges Real Estate Education Center is funded by the California Community College Real Estate Education Endowment. The goal of this program is to increase the number of real estate practitioners who are able to enroll in real estate education courses at the community colleges. The center was previously housed at Yosemite Community College District, then San Francisco City College. Since 2016, the California Community Colleges Real Estate Education Center has been located at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo.
The Real Estate Education Center holds professional development conferences for faculty in northern and southern California.
CCCREEC is hosted at:
Saddleback College - BGS 227C
28000 Marguerite Pkwy
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
How We Help
We assist real estate instructors by presenting economic & regulatory information, innovative online & in-person classroom strategies, and networking opportunities to instructors at our northern & southern California conferences.
We support students pursuing exceptional careers and education in real estate and appraisal industries.
Check out our Scholarships page for information about qualifications and application deadlines.
We currently produce instructor resources in the form of Instructor Guides, and are working on an exciting new process for sharing classroom tools, activities, and instructional information.