Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Russian billionaires are buying up luxury condos in NYC; Brazilians are buying up condos in Miami; the Chinese are hot on real estate almost everywhere and Americans are eying Buenos Aires. The world is crazy over real estate.
A group of 28 real estate executives from Norway have signed up for Real Estate Connect. This group will join attendees from New Zealand, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Samoa and South Africa.
The global real estate market is a big enough deal that groups are making international travel arrangements to attend.
“With global financial uncertainty, real estate feels safe for global buyers. And in many places, there is a frenzy,” said Inman News publisher Brad Inman. “At Real Estate Connect, we will tap into that dynamic with an entire morning devoted to the global real estate phenomenon.”
How to market properties globally? How to connect with global professionals to build a referral business? What technology to use to market and communicate with global buyers? The last day of Real Estate Connect is dedicated to discussing the how and why of a global real estate market.
Real Estate Connect NYC is three days dedicated to the future of real estate – the latest technologies, the experts that dominate the industry, and the perspective of a global audience.
For a sneak peek of the event agenda, visit http://www.realestateconnect.com/nyc13/agenda.
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