NAR REALTORS® Conference & Expo
The 2019 NAR REALTORS® Conference & Expo is a must attend event for successful real estate professionals.
During the 4 day event, November 8th through the 11th, the annual NAR conference will come to life at the Moscone North/South Center at 747 Howard Street, in San Francisco, CA 94103.
Did I say San Francisco? Yes, what a great opportunity for you to enliven your real estate career with an enjoyable visit to this beautiful city in California. We want to get this post out now to give you time to prepare to attend.
NAR Conference Sessions
The NAR conference will include over 100 education sessions so download the NAR convetion app too help you plan. If you’re wondering how to use social media better, improve your sales strategy, or learn how to integrate technology into your business, you should find the connections and advice you need.
This event also the industry’s largest real estate trade show (100,000-square-foot floor space) with more than 400 companies showing their new products and services.
Of course, ManageCasa (made in San Francisco) will be attending too.
We’re looking forward to meeting landlords, Realtors, property managers, and multifamily managers to discover how our solution can help you grow your business in 2020.
Will 2020 Bring You Into the Lucrative Rental Market?
It’s the perfect time to talk property management software, and how you as a Realtor can become a property manager or improve how you handle your current property rentals. There will be plenty of property managers and landlords here. You’ll be able to network and get insight into the current state of rental property management.
Speakers at the event include some of the industry’s brightest stars, and a keynote from NBA start Magic Johnson.
NAR Realtors Conference Prices
Compared to most conferences, the NAR event is very reasonable:
⦁ Premier Access Pass ($450 for Members/$550 for Non-Members)
⦁ Friends & Family Pass ($350 for those attending with a Member/Non-Member)
⦁ One-Day Pass ($200 for Members/$240 for Non-Members)
⦁ Half-Day Monday Pass ($100 for Members/$125 for Non-Members)
⦁ Single Session Pass ($60 for Members/$90 for Non-Members)
⦁ Expo-Only Pass ($25 for Members/$50 for Non-Members)
All About Real Estate
The conference has something for every Realtor from technology, lead generation, to housing market updates, to marketing your real estate business.
You won’t be able to attend every session so a trade show attendance strategy might be the way to get the maximum benefit out of this annual show.
Homebuyers, investors, and sellers of course are your market so the sessions on sales success, market domination, career development and more.
What’s in it for Property Managers?
Besides connecting with big portfolio real estate investors who buy a lot of properties, there is a forum for property managers on Friday November 8th. They’ll cover the gamut of property management topics and numerous niche topics.
Realtor Professional Development
This is a big stimulus for your career and you’ll want to let people know about it via Facebook and Linkedin. Include this post in your newsletters, including photos (just give us a mention! 🙂 , and in your blogs. It’s an opportunity to associate your brand with a high profile professional event. That’s very good for lead conversion.
Too many Realtors have lackluster websites and FB pages. Juice yours up and get the message out.
Visiting the San Francisco Bay Area
The San Francisco/San Jose are is beautiful and the weather is surprisingly mild and sunny. There are endless things to do in San Francisco. If you’ve never been here, that’s a shame. They write songs about it for a reason. NAR itself is using a kind of groovy graphic design for the event, reminiscient of the hippy days of the 60’s.
Here’s a few Interesting and Fun Places to Visit:
- Painted Ladies houses — get your selfies against this iconic background and enjoy this city’s fascinating architecture
- Coit tower – famous tower with elevator to San Franisco’s best views
- Pier 39 – visit the aquarium and watch the seals play
- Barbary Coast and Cliff House Restaurant — unbelievable views from San Francisco’s most famous restaurant
- Golden Gate Bridge – cross this iconic landmark and take some pics from the mountain siteseeing locations
- Napa Wine Tours – take your pick of world class wineries you’ve heard about
- Pacific Coast Highway – rent a car for an epic drive and see the Monterrey Bay Aquarium
- Muir Woods and Sausalito – my favorite little town on the watefront with mind boggling large trees in the Muir Forest
See more about San Francisco attractions.
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Note: The National Association of REALTORS® is America’s largest trade association, representing over one million members in the residential and commercial real estate industry. ManageCasa is not associated with NAR.