Do you wish there was more collaboration within the real estate industry? Want to learn from the best of the best and apply it to your day to day work? What if you could learn from top realtors in a friendly, collaborative environment with like-minded professionals?
Even if ‘collaboration’ hasn’t often been associated with our industry, times they are a-changin!
High Growth Life is proud to introduce the first Realtors Collective in-person event, June 9th in Surrey, B.C.
Realtors Collective, a live symposium for realtors to come together, pools all our extensive expertise and provides an opportunity to discuss some of the most pressing problems affecting our industry today. Top on the agenda is the issue of how to improve professionalism in the midst of a changing industry.
Realtors Collective is a FREE event, and it is LIVE — yes, you read that correctly — this symposium is a free, in-person event for realtors based in the lower mainland and Vancouver Island. It is taking place on June 9, 2022 from 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT, at the Sheraton Guildford, 15269 104 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 1N5. It is free, but spaces are limited, so please register early.
Share ideas with fellow realtors to improve the industry
While Zoom was fun for maybe the first week or so, the novelty sure wore off quickly. We all know that networking and the exchange of ideas happens best when it can happen organically in a relaxed yet focused atmosphere, with a multitude of expert opinions working off one another. Live events are perfect for this type of exchange, with their mix of a formal panel of experts with time for questions and answers as well as the more informal discussions that can happen over a cocktail.
We’re facing an overvalued real estate market, spurred on by low inventory, decades of under- building and low interest rates. Did BC’s foreign home buyers tax achieve the stated goal of opening up more housing supply? Will the higher interest rates that will likely arrive in 2022 calm the situation and avert a collapse? How does high inflation factor into the mix? Real Estate is usually considered to be a sound investment. Is this still true in the current market? These are some of the macro questions surrounding our industry. But our industry is also facing a PR problem.
There is a belief among the public that realtors are all wildly successful and some of that success is at their expense. The British Columbian Government has been itching to increase its regulation of our once self-regulated industry, administering heavy fines to those realtors who violate the ever-growing number of rules. Is this the way to improve public perception of our industry? What do you think? Is there another way?
Inspiration can flow as freely as ideas in this energized atmosphere. Other topics to be explored are:
- What works and doesn’t work in real estate
- How to generate more leads & close more sales
- How to achieve the perfect work/life balance
- How to market your services, and what mistakes to avoid
- The difference between transactional vs relationship realtors
- How to recognize disruptive technology and how to adapt
Multiple Panels of Top-Notch B.C. Realtors
To set the tone and kick-start the discussion, we’ve brought together a panel of 5 ultra-successful realtors to share their stories of how they overcame challenges to reach the top 1%.
Thomas Kala is a Top 0.5% Realtor based in Victoria BC, that attributes his enormous success to his ability to build strong networks and his integration into his community. Backed up by a tireless work ethic, passion and integrity, it is no wonder Thomas is one of the top realtors in Victoria .
Kelly Fry, a Top 0.78% Realtor is both a Realtor and a Chartered Accountant. After reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad, she started taking real estate investment classes, applied it to achieve breathtaking success and has been sharing her knowedge ever since. Building your wealth and her own in real estate is her goal.
John Tsai is a Top 0.2% Realtor that specialized in residential real estate in Vancouver. John launched his real estate career after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad. He attributes his stunning success to putting his clients first — by delighting in making their dream home a reality.
Vince Pontaletta got to be a Top 0.44% Realtor through his expert negotiating skills and a thorough knowledge of the Fraser Valley real estate marke. His practical, result-orientated approach combined with the ability to listen to what is clients want and translate that into a workable plan to achieve their goals has assured his success as well.
James Knull, a Top 0.54% Realtor is the founder and CEO of Mogul Realty Group. Mogul Realty Group works with investors Canada-Wide to acquire revenue property in Edmonton and Vancouver. James truly lives well and inspires all those he mentors in real estate to do the same.
Join us at the Realtors Collective in Surrey
If you’ve been craving interaction with other realtors, you embrace an abundance mindset, and you enjoy working in a team, please join us. Looking forward to seeing you there.
- June 9, 2022
- 1pm – 5pm
- Sheraton Guildford
- 15269 104 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 1N5
Of course, if you can’t make it this time, be sure to follow us on LinkedIn to stay informed about future Realtors Collective events.