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A 'Golden' Opportunity
Get a look at what's in store for the 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
September 18, 2013
Who goes to real estate conferences? The best in the industry, of course. So stop thinking it’s not for you—if you want to be the best, then be the best. Come learn how to take your business to the next level. And put a flower in your hair—it’s San Francisco!
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San Francisco is ready to inspire you. As a tech lover’s paradise, blooming with leading-edge start-ups, trend-setting design aesthetics, and wondrous natural vistas, there’s no better place to sharpen your skills as a real estate professional and learn about the latest and greatest advancements in the industry than the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8–11 at the city’s Moscone Center.
Travel Discounts: Book with United, Delta, or American Airlines. Promo codes are at REALTOR.org/Conference
Hotels: Rates as low as $129 per night
Registration: Four options to fit any budget.
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Whether you’ve been in the business for five years or 25, come rub shoulders with REALTORS® from across the country, share ideas, and build you referral network. More than 100 education sessions led by industry experts will provide business tips and insights, while the trade expo will showcase the latest tools and services to keep you at the top of your game. This conference preview will give you a sneak peek at emerging real estate trends and provide you with a few takeaways you can use to start doing more business today.
Who Comes to the Conference?
- Residential sales agents: 44 percent
- Broker-owner who does some selling: 20 percent
- Average age: 54 years old
- Average years of experience in real estate: 15
- Works in an office with 1–5 licensees: 23 percent
- Average yearly earnings: $87,500, up from $75,000 in 2011
Data gathered at the 2012 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando.
Updated: October 22, 2020