Why you should be in Austin the first weekend of February

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12/14/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

What happens in Austin doesn’t stay in Austin, at least not when it comes to the Texas Association of REALTORS® Winter Meeting. Instead, Texas REALTORS® take the lessons learned and networks formed during the annual event back home to help grow their businesses. Here's why you’ll want to be here February 5-9.

Take notes you’ll actually use later
Bring your pens, device chargers, and business cards because sessions will be packed with relevant information. You’ll learn about the latest in international real estate, property management, commercial real estate, affordable housing, and much more.

Earn some education credit
Take advantage of 17 education sessions, several of which are approved for CE credit.  

See how TAR’s work is done
During Winter Meeting, TAR’s volunteer leaders who serve on committees and on the Board of Directors will meet to make decisions about the future of the association.

Act fast if you need a room
Attendees can take advantage of a discounted hotel room rate, but requests must be submitted through TAR and received by January 8. The rate is guaranteed until rooms are booked or January 8, whichever comes first.

Winter Meeting is free to attend, but some special events have fees and require tickets. Visit texasrealestate.com to register and view the 2016 Texas REALTOR® Winter Meeting event schedule. 

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Tom Morgan on 12/14/2015

Sounds like fun!


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