In a much anticipated launch, NAHREP Central Alabama hosted their very first event ever on April 26th with 2016 President Joseph Nery providing the keynote address and welcoming the new board into their positions.
Florida was taken by storm on April 22nd with NAHREP Florida chapters hosted a statewide, three-day event titled SOS Secrets of Success in a Changing Market.
Where fitness meets business, NAHREP Naples hosted their Southwest Florida Economic Fitness Review on April 4th with educational material on the current economic landscape for Florida’s real estate market and resources to improve attendee’s personal health landscape as well.
Answering the question that many professionals want to hear, NAHREP Los Angeles hosted an event on April 5th titled What Does It Take to be a Million Dollar Producer aimed to provide the tools necessary to become a top producer in the Los Angeles Market.
With live music to spice up the day, NAHREP Boston’s Business Rally was a huge hit on April 6th with NAHREP 10 Principle 2: Be in the Top 10% of Your Profession at the forefront of the rally’s theme.
NAHREP Puerto Rico held their first event in 2017 and since their launch late last year on April 6th, Power Tools for Real Estate Professionals and Mortgage Bankers. 2017 President-Elect Daisy Lopez-Cid provided her expertise to attendees along with other experts in the real estate and mortgage banking industry making this event a sure-fire success.
An educational event with style, NAHREP LA South Bay hosted Power in Heels on April 6th, with all speakers being highly successful, Latina entrepreneurs.
In their first of two events this month, NAHREP South Florida started their spring season off with a bang hosting their Mix & Mingle networking event on April 6th.
In a leading educational mastermind session, industry professionals share business insight on what forces are affecting homeownership in NAHREP Antelope Valley’s The Pulse of the Desert: Mastermind on April 7th.
Just two weeks after the official release on April 12th, NAHREP Atlanta hosted an educational panel in reflection of the State of Hispanic Homeownership Report and how the market data trends will impact business in the coming year.