Dana Point offers something for everyone, including panoramic ocean views, outdoor recreation, relaxing beach strolls, and convenient restaurants and shopping. The CoreLogic® User Group Summit is an exclusive event for discovering what's new, sharing visionary ideas, discussing challenges, learning best practices from other CoreLogic multiple listing clients, and networking with the CoreLogic team and fellow real estate industry leaders. The agenda will include group and individual product sessions to meet everyone's needs.

The User Group Summit is open to all Matrix™ and  InnoVia® clients (board staff, committee members, and leadership).

Early Bird Contest! 

Register and make your hotel reservations by March 31, 2017 for a chance to win a hotel room upgrade.

 

Photos courtesy of Visit Dana Point. 

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Please register before May 26, 2017. There is no registration fee. You are responsible for your own travel, hotel and some meals.  Registration is open to Matrix™ and InnoVia® clients (board staff, committee members, and leadership).  

Please complete a registration for each attendee. 

If you have any questions, please contact Kim McLean.

Early Bird Contest!

Register and make your hotel reservations by March 31, 2017 for a chance to win a hotel room upgrade.

 

CORELOGIC, the CoreLogic logo, MATRIX, MLXCHANGE, TEMPO and INNOVIA are trademarks of CoreLogic, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.

Agenda

Please check back for detailed agenda. 

Subject to change. Updated 2/16/2017

 

Monday, June 26 Travel
Afternoon

Optional activities:

   
Tuesday, June 27  
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sessions
Evening TBA
   
Wednesday, June 28  
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sessions
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM TBA
   
Thursday, June 29 Travel
AM Golf (End time TBD and will go past noon. please contact Kim McLean for information and to register)
8:00 AM - Noon

Optional activities:

All Day Option

If you are extending your stay,  you might be interested in a day trip to Catalina Island. Book early! 

  • Departs Dana Point Marina at 9:45 am and returns at 5:40 pm.  Boat trip is 1 hour each way.
  • Book through Catalina Express 

 

If you have any questions, please contact Kim McLean.

Marriott Laguna Cliffs Resort & Spa

Photo provided by Marriott Laguna Cliffs Resort & Spa  

25135 Park Lantern
Dana Point, CA
92629
800-228-9290

Website

Set high on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the AAA Four Diamond Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa makes the most of its ocean view location, overlooking the California Coastline, Doheny State Beach parkland and Dana Point Harbor, offering 2,500 yacht slips. The picturesque red-roofed Victorian-style resort appeals to both business and leisure travelers who enjoy commanding views of vast white beaches, glorious sunsets and the area's quaint seaport village. Visit the hotel website to learn more.

  • The standard room rate is $259/night, plus taxes (10.195% per night + $3 for City of Dana Point District Improvement Fee)
  • Reduced resort fee of $15/night (Guest room Internet, unlimited domestic and long distance phone calls, use of tennis courts, bicycles, surfboards, boogie boards, 24 hour access to fitness center, etc.)
  • Overnight valet parking $30/night, daytime-only valet parking  $20/day
  • 20% discount at spa (excluding retail items)
  • Room rate valid 3 days pre and post meeting (subject to room availability)
  • Check-in time is 4:00 pm. Check-out time is 11:00 am.
  • Cancellation policy is 72 hours prior to arrival date

Reservations:

If you have any questions, please contact Kim McLean.

 

Hotel information courtesy of Marriott Laguna Cliffs Resort & Spa

Dana Point, CA

The unique seaside city of Dana Point is in Orange County, Southern California, halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. Dana Point is a favorite central point, bordered by the cities of Laguna Niguel, Laguna Beach, San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente.

Dana Point offers plenty of pristine oceanscapes, romantic overlooks and beach strolls – it’s a comfortable, surfer town that invites one and all. One of the most famous surf breaks in the world, Killer Dana, attracted thousands of ocean-loving fans in the 1950s and 1960s. It proved so inspiring, in fact, that Hobie Alter created the world’s first retail surf shop. It stands today, still abuzz with a relaxed and friendly surfer vibe.

Today’s Dana Point Harbor is a welcoming community, serving as hub to more than 2,500 boats and yachts. Three yacht clubs, stand-up paddle (SUP) and kayaking companies, as well as “pirate ship” adventures, whale watching, deep sea fishing and sunset wine cruises offer endless options.

Information provided by Visit Dana Point.

 

 

Airport Information:

Airport Transportation:

Dana Point is located 24 miles from Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) and 62 miles from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Most taxi companies, shuttle and private car services, and car rental agencies service the greater Southern California area airports.  

Driving Directions:

From Orange County/ John Wayne Airport

Take 405 Freeway South, which merges into the 5 Freeway South. Traveling past Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano, exit at Pacific Coast Highway on the right, heading north. Proceed through two sets of stoplights to Dana Point Harbor Drive, and turn left. Proceed a short block and turn right onto Street of the Park Lantern. Proceed to the top of the hill, and enter the resort's property.

From Orange County/ John Wayne Airport

Via 73 Toll road ($3 one-way toll), exit Orange County Airport, and turn right onto MacArthur Boulevard. Follow MacArthur Boulevard about two to three miles to the exit for the 73 Toll road South, to San Diego. Continue south on the toll road until it feeds into the 5 Freeway South. Merge onto the 5 Freeway, and follow it to Pacific Coast Highway. Exit here and go north. Proceed to the second stoplight - which is Dana Point Harbor Drive - and turn left. Proceed a short block to the first stoplight—which is Park Lantern—and turn right. Proceed up the hill to the entrance of the resort.

From LAX

Take 405 Freeway South, which merges into the 5 South. Traveling past Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano. You will be looking for the Pacific Coast Highway Exit. Exit Pacific Coast Highway to the right, heading north. Proceed two sets of stoplights to Dana Point Harbor Drive, and turn left. Proceed a short block to the next stoplight, and turn right onto Street of the Park Lantern. Proceed to the top of the hill, and enter the resort's property.

New Networking Lounge!

The Networking Lounge is a space where you can grab some caffeine or a cold drink, connect and schedule meetings. Meet with peers, CoreLogic staff and technology company representatives, or just sit back and relax (and charge your phone).

The Networking Lounge will be located right next to the main session room. 

New Virtual Swag Bag!

We'll be modernizing our attendee swag bag. It is not only greener, but smarter, where you'll be able to conveniently access information, promotions, and contests on your computer or mobile device before and during the event. 

Stay tuned for more information.