Save the date: TRD’s resi extravaganza is coming this December

Join us Dec. 5 for two panels exploring the residential market

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Nov.November 13, 2018 11:00 AM
Buy your tickets today!

Make room on your holiday calendar for our final event of 2018, The Real Deal’s Residential Real Estate Showcase & Forum on Dec. 5.

We’ll explore the market in two panels in the afternoon, and then top off the day with some early evening networking and cocktails.

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Here’s the schedule:

2 p.m. Registration

2:30 p.m. Panel 1 – The business of luxury: Staying competitive as ongoing consolidation, slimmer margins and new tech shape the market

3:30 Networking break

4 p.m. Panel 2 – Mid-market musings: What pricing, product and marketing tools work amid predictions of a correction

– 5 p.m. Cocktail hour

We’ll be posting updates on speakers and the event location at TheRealDeal.com/la/q4event.

If you are interested in event sponsorship opportunities, please contact [email protected].


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