Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019 Recap [Guest Appearance on the R.E.A.L. Talk with Homes for Heroes Podcast]

In July 2019, I attended the Inman Connect conference held at the beautiful Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The week-long conference was packed with a ton of great information for those in the real estate industry, providing a great mix of current industry news, advancements in real estate technology, and marketing best practices.

As a follow-up to the conference, I was a guest on the “R.E.A.L. Talk with Homes for Heroes” podcast to offer my extensive recap of what I learned at Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019, including information on the tremendous growth of the iBuyer model, the continued use of video marketing by successful real estate agents, Instagram marketing tips and tricks, and the importance of being a local expert in your market. This podcast episode is a personal favorite of mine, so if you didn’t get a chance to attend Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019, click PLAY below to get all the important takeaways from the conference.

If you are a real estate agent or mortgage lender, I highly recommend you subscribe to the “R.E.A.L. Talk with Homes for Heroes” podcast, which breaks down the real issues real estate industry professionals face in today’s ever-changing real estate market.

About Homes for Heroes

Since 2009, Homes for Heroes, Inc., has helped over 30,000 heroes save over $50 million on their real estate transactions, sold over $4 billion in real estate to heroes, actively partnered with 2,800 like-minded real estate and mortgage professionals who’ve joined in the mission, and donated over $659,000 to heroes in need through the Homes for Heroes Foundation. Homes for Heroes, Inc. is the largest nationwide network of affiliate real estate, mortgage, and local business specialists; committed to providing easy ways for heroes to save on a home. Shortly after 9/11, Homes for Heroes, Inc. was established to give back to firefighters, EMS, law enforcement, military (active, reserves & veterans), healthcare professionals and teachers for all they do.