How can you be sure you’ll learn to soar to success in San Francisco? REALTORS® who attend the conference report a median annual income of
$75,000, compared to the average income of $34,900. And 9 out of 10 attendees say they walked away with information that impacted their professional
and personal growth. Now it’s your time to rise to new heights.
“; I;appreciate;being;among;the;first;to;know;about;emerging; trends;in;the;real;estate;business.;The;conferences;don’t; cost;me;money—they;make;me;money.;Attending;has; helped;my;development;in;the;industry;and;contributes; substantially;to;my;success.” ;
–Michael A. Basile, Broker/Owner, Prudential Montana Real Estate, Bozeman, MT
Statistics derived from 2012 NAR Member Profile and 2012 REALTORS® Conference & Expo attendee survey.
Brokers and agents of all experience levels: the conference will help you
succeed in today’s market and prepare for tomorrow’s opportunities.
ELEVATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE ELEVATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE
100 EDUCATION SESSIONS
Friday, November 8–Monday, November 11
Conference speakers include the latest real
estate experts and trusted industry veterans.
Plus, hear from successful entrepreneurs
outside of the industry to learn unique
strategies you can apply to your business.
Speakers will mix traditional presentations
with audience participation and live
interaction in their content-packed sessions.
Session topics include:
• Impact of new regulatory changes on your community
• Best practices in electronic and face-to-face communications
• Negotiating approaches with consumers and colleagues
• Profitability from a broker/owner’s perspective
• Exit strategies when selling a business
• Trends in residential and commercial construction
• Property management tips and techniques
• Technology tools for increased efficiency
• 1031 exchanges
• And more!
Visit www.REALTOR.org/Conference throughout the summer to view the
expanding lineup of sessions and speakers.
ENTREPRENEURIAL EXCELLENCE SESSIONS
Friday, November 8
Chris Anderson, former Editor-in-chief of Wired, author of
Makers, Free and TheLong Tail, and founder of 3D Robotics
Chris Anderson is a forward-looking
speaker who explores the effect of new
technology on business. His first book,
TheLong Tail, discusses how the Internet
undermined blockbuster-culture and
created an economy of targeted niche
Anderson’s newest book, Makers, focuses on how new technologies,
including 3D printing, are becoming available to everybody and
how people are building successful businesses because of them.
He discusses how these technologies are creating a desktop
manufacturing industry, which will ultimately impact people’s needs
in terms of residential and commercial real estate spaces.
Luke Williams, Professor of Innovation
at NYU Stern School of Business, Executive
Director, Berkley Entrepreneurship Center at
N YU, Fellow, Global Innovation at Frog Design
and author, Disrupt:ThinktheUnthinkableto
Sunday, November 10
PREMIER ACCESS REGISTRANTS GET AN ADDED BENEFIT!
Register for the Premier Access pass, and you can download 100+ hours of
education session audio recordings at no additional cost, courtesy of our
sponsor Bank of America.
Monday, November 11
Tech Camps are a great way to pick up new technology skills or learn how to maximize
your use of tools that you already own. This year’s camps may include Google, video
production, Microsoft® Windows 8 and WordPress.