Patrick C. Veling

Owner at Real Data Strategies Inc.

480 APOLLO STREET, SUITE A, Brea, California, United States
Real Data Strategies Inc.
HQ Phone:
(714) 990-4411
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Last Updated 12/5/2016

General Information

Employment History

President  - Data Strategies Inc


Advisory Board Member  - Cal State University , Fullerton

Founder  - Dynamic Marketing Resources , Inc.

Member of ADVISORY BOARD  - California State University , Fullerton

ADVISORY BOARD Member  - Fullerton

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Leadership Team - Real Data Strategies

Patrick Veling, CEO and President
Pat is Chief Executive Officer and President of Real Data Strategies, the leading firm for real estate data analysis and consulting, and third party provider to media on real estate market statistics, facts and economic trends. As founder of the firm in 1992, Patrick's role in establishing Real Data Strategies' national leadership position in real estate consulting to real estate networks, independent brokerages, management, banking institutions and other service providers and its agents, has rewarded the firm and its staff with the largest clients and institutions as clients. Pat is a real estate veteran with over 20 years of real estate brokerage, experience in management, recruiting and sales training, and industry recognition for being the leading expert on computerized MLS systems having first-hand analysis and interface experience with more than 300 associations. It's how he and his team transform information into true intelligence that their clients are able to apply to their business strategies and growth goals.

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Bubble-Era Pricing Archives - |

"At some point, there's going to be a correction, but I don't see it on the horizon," said Pat Veling, president of Brea-based Real Data Strategies.

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October, 2009 | Local Real Estate Guy

Pat Veling, who contributed opinion to the article, is the president of a local real estate consulting firm and believes that the "increase in median home price signals that more medium- and higher-priced homes are selling.
He has found that "the recovery we are seeing has broken out of entry-level price points and is finding its way into mid-level price point." Another interesting point from the same news article came from Pat Veling, the president of Real Data Strategies, a local real estate consulting firm. He believes that "because demand remains so intense for entry-level homes, he added, many buyers are giving up trying to buy them after getting outbid too many times.

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