Tune in for today’s talk with California’s resi brokerage leaders

Mauricio Umansky, Jason Oppenheim and Peter Hernandez will discuss what their firms are doing to navigate the pandemic

Los Angeles /
Mar.March 25, 2020 11:20 AM
From left: Hiten Samtani, Mauricio Umansky, Jason Oppenheim, and Peter Hernandez
From left: Hiten Samtani, Mauricio Umansky, Jason Oppenheim, and Peter Hernandez

(Register for the free discussion via Zoom here)

Even in the best of times, running a residential brokerage is a survival-of-the-fittest business. Razor-thin margins, demanding agents and increased competition from venture-backed firms and technology platforms are lofty challenges. But what do leaders do when the world stops? Hear from dealmakers and executives running California’s most prominent brokerages: Jason Oppenheim of the Oppenheim Group, Mauricio Umansky of the Agency, and Peter Hernandez of Douglas Elliman.

Hiten Samtani, TRD’s associate publisher, will moderate the discussion. Sign up here.


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