REALTORS® Must Evolve With The Industry

By Joe Lins

October 7, 2014

Today is the first day of the California Association of REALTORS® EXPO at the Anaheim Convention in Anaheim. This is the state’s largest real estate trade show and offers three full days of seminars, bootcamps and networking opportunities for California REALTORS®.

I’m excited to be able to make the introductory remarks on behalf of EXPO 2014 sponsor Century 21 at the Networking Event today. But more important, I’m excited to learn about the latest tools and trends as well as gain insight into what to expect for the 2015 California housing market.

The real estate industry is constantly evolving and that’s why it’s so important for brokers and managers of real estate firms to be up to date on all aspects of the real estate market. This is the best place to get that information.

It’s also important for the agents who are in the trenches to attend conferences and seminars like this to ensure they have current knowledge to provide to our clients. One of the most important sessions this week will be the learning session on the revised California Purchase Agreement. This will be the form of choice for buyers and sellers of residential real estate transactions. It’s imperative that REALTORS® stay on the forefront of this learning curve because the Purchase Agreement currently in use is going to go away.

I’m looking forward to three intense days of learning and networking. Stay tuned for a post on my key take-aways from this event.

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About the author: Joe Lins is President and Co-owner of CENTURY 21 Discovery. If you are interested in becoming part of the CENTURY 21 Discovery team contact Joe at 714.626.2069.

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