Be a part of HAR’s largest member event, the HAR Engage Real Estate Conference. We’re targeting our most active REALTOR® members at this one day technology and sales conference. This invitation is open to select sponsors and attendance is limited to 500 VIP REALTOR® attendees. Thursday, October 19, 2017 The Norris Conference Center 816 Town and Country, Houston Everyone is a VIP at this year’s HAR Engage! Your ALL ACCESS
This year’s annual one-day conference, HAR Engage, (formerly known as The BIG e) was a little different than in years past and not just because of the name change. Event Chair Roxane Witte of John Daugherty REALTORS® set out to deliver a more inclusive and engaging event for HAR members, and she accomplished that by having a sold-out event on October 13 at the Norris Conference Center. New this year
Only a few tickets remain for the most talked about HAR event of the year, HAR Engage - The BIG e, happening this Thursday, October 13 at CityCentre! If you haven’t purchased your tickets, you need to ACT NOW! The all-day program features 17 sessions geared towards methods that can earn the agent more money in today’s fast-paced world. All attendees are eligible to receive six hours of CE credit.
Join us for HAR’s largest residential real estate event of the year. The BIG e Conference has become HAR Engage and we want our members to engage with the top industry speakers on topics such as Delivering Customer Satisfaction, Creating an Exceptional Client Experience, Using Tech Trends, and Branding and Prospecting to name a few of the 17 sessions. Space is limited for this conference where all attendees receive the
Get tickets at thebige.har.com Red Oak Ballroom (Growth & Development) Time: 9 – 9:45 a.m. Speaker: Jeff Turner Topic: Own Your Customer Satisfaction Not going to send that client experience survey? Why are you giving up one of the most important communication opportunities you have with your clients? Time: 10 – 10:45 a.m. Speaker: Bob Hale Topic: Staying Competitive in a Disruptive Industry Turf battles are harming our industry and