Calling All Military Real Estate Agents & Brokers!
Military families move often, and it’s not rare for them to face short-notice PCS orders that require them to relocate in a blink. Real estate professionals who get that—plus, of course, the nuances of VA homebuying and selling—are more likely to serve the military community successfully.
With that in mind, for this year’s conference, we at MIC designed a comprehensive educational track called Agents & Brokers. Sponsored by Caliber Home Loans, with programming created by the MilHousing Network and PCS Grades, this track is a not-to-miss opportunity. It was designed specifically for real estate agents and brokers who want to learn the ins and outs of military moves and working for this unique market.
Here’s how the two-day track will unfold…
On Day 1, established real estate pros and military influencers will lead dynamic sessions on military consumer topics. They’ll cover the process of VA buying and selling; how to become a landlord; and how to start a PCS-proof career in real estate—either as an agent, lender, or supporting worker. What’s more, there’ll be a session just for creative professionals and small businesses on how to effectively position their services to work with the real estate industry.
On Day 2, our panelists will continue to lead sessions, this time covering vital information for realtors and lenders. Specifically, they’ll educate attendees on the VA, and share the marketing strategies that agents and brokers need in order to draw more VA clients. And no one’s going to want to miss Century 21’s Todd Hetherington—he’ll be sharing his astonishing journey from graduating from West Point to leading a multi-million-dollar real estate brokerage.
Sessions will be emceed by Todd Hetherington and Lindsey Litton. And each session will feature 3–4 amazing panelists, including Kelly Hasbach, Todd Ernst, Kate Christofides, and Florent Groberg.
September is right around the corner, so to secure your spot and connect with these insanely knowledgeable speakers, be sure to register for the MIC today.