About San Diego Creative Investors Association
SDCIA, San Diego’s oldest real estate investor club, consists of people with a wide range of real estate experience. Our members include professional brokers, agents, lenders, as well as a large group of unlicensed investors whose experience ranges from none to many years.
Whatever your level of understanding and expertise, we feel confident that you will benefit from and be comfortable with the members of the SDCIA.
We are committed to networking, creativity and knowledge in order to increase our success in real estate investments.
Come join us and you will find a group of people willing and able to support your accomplishments in creative real estate investing.
To Unite Members in a common bond to further their education and promote their success in real estate investment. This includes Locating, Buying, Financing, Renting, Managing, Maintaining, Selling, and/or Exchanging Real Estate for Investment purposes.
Code of Ethics
- To Create the Environment and the Processes which Encourages each member to help other members to be Successful in Real Estate Investing
- To Develop through Education, Experience, Sharing and Discussion, an Understanding of Current Real Estate Investment Techniques
- To encourage and uphold Sound, Honest Practices which Maintain Real Estate Investment Activities on a Professional and Ethical Plane
SDCIA members are expected to be civic minded and willing to operate with high standards of honesty and integrity. It is our duty to conduct ourselves with the highest principles of the free enterprise system. We wish SDCIA to be synonymous with competency and fairness. As SDCIA members, we hereby bind ourselves to this code of ethics.
We shall not discriminate against any person with regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, handicap or familial status as defined by current law.
We shall recognize that real estate is a service related industry.
We shall refrain from engaging in any illegal practices, or defrauding any member, customer or associate, with the aim of always conducting business in a professional manner.
We shall endeavor to stay informed and updated on matters affecting housing in our communities, and adhere to local, state and federal laws.
We are all individually responsible for our own due diligence and continuing education. Members are expected to verify any and all assumptions regarding business decisions to prevent falling victim to fraud, misrepresentations and illegal practices.
Further, if any allegations of conduct considered detrimental to the purposes and interests of SDCIA are received in a written and signed communication to the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee will consider the matter. Should a decision to take further action be made, the Secretary shall furnish a copy of said allegation(s) to the accused, who shall be given adequate time to reply. Thereafter, the Board of Directors shall take such further action as it may deem proper and in accordance with the bylaws.