Orange County Real Estate Investors Are Not Created Equal

(July 2, 2012)

Shenbaum GroupOrange County real estate investors are not created equal. Some real estate investors in Orange County are fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants companies you really wouldn't want to do business with. Some "investors" are nothing more than a person who read a get-rich-quick book. Believe me, I've heard all the horror stories. I am proud to say, The Shenbaum Group is different.

  • When you work with the Shenbaum Group you will be dealing with me, Jennifer, not "a group of investors".
  • This is my full time job. I have been a real estate investor in Los Angeles and Orange County for 7 years.
  • I will do what I say I will do.
  • I will not ask for any fees or commission; which sets me apart from many investors in Orange County.
  • I will answer all your questions.
  • I will offer you a honest and fair price.
  • I will not use any hard sell tactics, as many investors do. You can take time to decide what's best for you, without being rushed.
  • I have worked with Orange County sellers in all situations; from bank foreclosures to inheritances.
  • I will make selling your house in Orange County as stress-free as possible.

Check out the review that a seller recently posted about us on

The Shenbaum Group, Inc turned out to be just the company I needed when selling my home in Los Angeles. CA. Before calling them I had been through a bitter deal and thought that investor buyers were the new slugs of the business world. Then I reached Jennifer at the Shenbaum Group in Redondo Beach, CA. I must say "Jennifer is a calm insightful upfront buyer that goes the extra mile that most would rather not go. Without a doubt for me the Shenbaum Group is a fair and concern company that anyone will be happy to be working with. Their help was more than I expected during the entire sale."

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Jennifer Shenbaum

Written by Jennifer Shenbaum

Jennifer Shenbaum is a real estate investor based in Southern California. She is a veteran of the housing market crash of 2007. Best of all, she offers free remodeling ideas to all who ask.

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