Are You a New Real Estate Agent?

Are you a new real estate agent struggling to navigate the industry? Real estate school can only teach you so much, but fortunately, there's an event coming up that can fill in the gaps. On March 1st, we’re hosting an event at the Kiln that will cover everything you didn't learn in real estate school. You'll hear from top-producing agents, mortgage lenders, social media experts, title and escrow professionals, a tax accountant, and a real estate attorney.

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Here are some of the benefits of attending this event:

  1. Learn from the experts: The speakers at this event are all industry experts with a wealth of knowledge and experience to share. They'll teach you the ins and outs of the industry, from marketing and lead generation to legal issues and tax considerations.

  2. Networking: Attending this event is a great opportunity to network with other new real estate agents as well as industry professionals. You'll be able to make connections and potentially find mentors who can help guide you in your career.

  3. Stay up to date: The real estate industry is constantly evolving, and it's important to stay up to date on the latest trends and changes. This event will cover the latest marketing strategies, technology tools, and industry regulations.

  4. Boost your confidence: As a new real estate agent, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure of yourself. Attending an event like this can help boost your confidence and give you the tools you need to succeed.

  5. Have fun: Finally, attending this event can be a lot of fun! You'll get to meet new people, learn new things, and enjoy a day away from the office.

In conclusion, if you're a new real estate agent, this event at the Kiln on March 1st is a must-attend. You'll learn from the experts, network with others in the industry, stay up to date on the latest trends, boost your confidence, and have fun. Don't miss out on this opportunity to jumpstart your real estate career!

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