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03/06/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

Thanks to a partnership with the Greater El Paso Association of REALTORS®, Xplode real estate conference is headed to El Paso.

The one-day event from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 23 at the El Paso Marriott will feature expert speakers and highlight the latest and greatest in real estate technology. Xplode is designed to give attendees actionable concepts they can use to hone their business and technology skills.

Register now at the early bird rate of $29.

After March 11, the price rises to $49, and tickets will be $69 at the door.

"We're driving hard to help educate as many REALTORS® and brokers as we possibly can in 2017," said GEPAR President Dan Olivas. "Our goal is to help our members get the most up to date digital marketing skills and information to assist people in selling their homes as quickly as possible and for our REALTOR® members to also help buyers find and close on their dream home. By utilizing innovative technology and marketing skill, our members and their clients succeed."

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