The Real Deal LA Residential Showcase + Forum

The Real Deal

The Real Deal brings together influential real estate players for events that spur brand awareness, smarter solutions for growing networks and substantial ROI. This year, The Real Deal residential showcase and forum boasts over twenty sponsors and over fifty industries represented. The upcoming forum will feature two relevant panel presentations and Q&A discussions. The first will focus on how guerrilla marketing tactics and an ever evolving social media landscape have changed the game when it comes to securing property listings. Deasy Penner Podley’s own George Penner will participate in the second panel dialogue which will investigate the residential state of the market. Panelists will analyze the impact of burgeoning trends and challenges in some of LA’s hottest neighborhoods.

Tickets can be purchased online at The Real Deal. Early bird tickets are currently on sale at $40 per ticket, with the price set to increase on May 15th.

The Real Deal

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