DPP at CAR REimagine! 2019

REimagine! is packed with immersive experiences, TED talk style presentations, meetups with like-minded REALTORS® that will shake up how you interact, learn, and play.

On Day 2, George Penner and Mike Deasy will discuss “What to Expect When Going Solo.” Have you been dreaming about starting your own independent brokerage? Here’s what you need to know before turning that dream into reality — because going indie comes with some unique benefits and challenges.

REimagine! DAY 2 – Thursday, September 26th, 2019

What to Expect When Going Solo
Speakers: George Penner and Mike Deasy, Owners of Deasy Penner Podley
10:50am – 11:20am
Room 502 B
Los Angeles Convention Center

C.A.R. Members, get free access to sessions, the hall, and new experiences. For more information, visit reimagineshow.org.

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