EVENT: January 10th – Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – Commercial Real Estate Breakfast
Fidelity Bancorp Funding is hosting an event for commercial real estate professionals and investors in Southern California to learn more about the market, professional technique, and to meet other allied professionals and investors. If you are looking to network with other like-minded commercial industry leaders, this event is for you.
The first event of 2017. Come join us!
Networking, Bagels and coffee, personal introductions, educational moments
As many CRE professionals are looking to further expand their prospect and client lists, December seems like a good time to explore new possibilities for meeting more key decision makers for most closings in 2017. Interestingly, a commercial title rep can help the CRE professional target specific geographical farms, industries, and property types to develop lists of new prospects to call on.
Natasha Darras will present on how the commercial department of a title company can help the CRE professional identify target groups and develop lists of contacts, so as to begin dialing the phone in early January. Plan to attend, and feel free to submit a wish-list of targets you have in mind if you’d like for her to address specifics.
Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: Commercial Real Estate Breakfast
Hosted by: Fidelity Bancorp Funding
Tuesday, January 10th, 2016
- Bagels and coffee
- Personal introductions
- Educational moments
Fidelity Bancorp Funding (Main Conference Room)
600 City Parkway West Suite 200, Orange, CA 92868
Gary Martinez – Broker at Ashwill Associates.
Getting More New Clients in 2017
It appears that 2017 will be a big year for commercial real estate professionals. The air is crackling with excitement as investors look forward to lower income tax and capital gains tax rates. Such could lead to investors who have been holding on to properties because of tax worries, feeling the freedom to list them for sale. The inventory drought of the past several years could let up.
At the same time, more late-career CRE professionals may decide to retire rather than participate in the frenzy. This could leave the streets a little emptier for those of us who continue to get a thrill out of each closing, and enjoy the personal relationships with clients and colleagues.
So, how can CRE professionals take best advantage of these expected developments? Looking long term, we all benefit from knowing and being liked and trusted by more decision-makers.
Gary will review 25 well-tested methods of meeting more key people and marketing CRE brokerage and financial services. He’ll also discuss ways to better organize personally so as to be able to do more deals with more people at the same time.
Plan to come, and to bring an additional commercial real estate professional.
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> Plan to come, and to bring an additional commercial real estate professional.