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3 Reasons Not to Attend RE Connect San Francisco!

Drew Burks

Drew Burks

By Drew Burks

2010 Real Estate Connect San Francisco

This is one event I have always wanted to attend but never have.  Well, this year I made the choice to not only attend the event but to participate with my fellow YPNers during the afternoon session of Agent Reboot.

Life is what we make it and we get out of life whatever we put into it!

Real Estate Connect SF 2010Anyone who has attended RE Connect in past years will most certainly tell you this event is a smart investment of your money and time, so why would you not attend?

That is a great question!  I figure some of you may be on the fence about whether or not you should take the time away from family and work, or to spend the money just to attend this three-day conference, so I came up with the following for you to consider …

… 3 reasons not want to attend the 2010 RE Connect SF event July 13-15

  1. You don’t care about the hottest new technology trends and how they can improve your real estate business!
  2. You have zero interest in meeting 2,000 of the smartest, boldest people in real estate and technology!
  3. You would rather spend time in your office working in your normal daily routine than you would San Francisco!

So, if you are like me and have never been to RE Connect before, go ahead take the plunge and click the image to get registered.  It is going to be a really great event and will be that much better if you come join us.  I will be there Monday – Thursday, so be sure to connect with me.

Have you registered for the event yet?

Drew Burks has built a brokerage in San Diego, Dream Design Realty, with a unique twist on an old business model. His Web site is devoted to helping real estate pros succeed with technology: www.WebRealEstateTools.com.

Comments
  1. Drew,

    I attended RE Connect in New York and it was a very interesting event. Personally, I found many of the RE Connect sessions to be interesting but not really strong. They were big names but lacked the “real world application” that is going to make a difference in our day-to-day world.

    That said, the connections and interactions I had at the after hours and the chance to spend three days in Times Square (even in January) was an amazing education moment for me.

    Enjoy it!

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