Real Estate Conferences to Know About 2020
The old adage says that “like iron sharpens iron, one person can sharpen another.” The truth behind this statement is exactly why many people choose to attend seminars and conventions that allow them to learn from professionals in their industry as well as network with like-minded individuals. Whatever field you’re in, it’s always a good thing to learn from people who are more successful than you and to openly discuss your victories and defeats with others who are in the same position. If you’re in real estate, there are some conferences in 2020 that you won’t want to miss out on.
The Inman Connect Conference specializes in the real estate luxury market, but provides some great benefits even if your primary market isn’t as high end. The week-long conference includes networking opportunities, general sessions and over 250 speakers who are among the top in their field.
Tom Ferry is a real estate superstar and specializes in coaching other agents. In addition to Ferry’s own success, he has interviewed and studied the methods of other industry legends and hosts a conference to impart that wisdom to those looking to start or grow their business. Tom Ferry goes beyond teaching business techniques and helps you change your way of thinking to reach higher levels of success.
The Realtor Broker Summit is a two day event hosted by the National Association of Realtors. Not only is this convention an excellent networking opportunity, but there is also a special emphasis on technological advances within the world of real estate. A trip to this relatively short conference will set you up to be on the cutting edge of the industry for the next year.
Obviously this one is hosted by a particular brokerage, but it’s still an excellent opportunity for you to learn about new technology in real estate, as well as team building ideas and how to achieve a better work-life balance. In addition to Keller-Williams CEO, Gary Keller, other speakers include Mo Anderson and Josh Team.
There are certainly other real estate conventions that you may want to consider. Do some research, find one that offers what you need and make plans to go make yourself a better professional.