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DealMakers has an all-star lineup of speakers you can’t miss

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Growing and expanding your brokerage is likely a top priority for brokerage owners and leaders, even in a tough market. Two pathways for brokerage growth include hiring quality candidates and expanding services. However, the world of mergers and acquisitions shouldn’t be left out of the conversation. Broker-owners wanting to dip their toes into the world of M&A can’t miss the 2023 DealMakers at Gathering of Eagles in Austin, Texas on June 18. 

DealMakers is on Sunday, June 18, 2023. This event is a one-day-only, information-packed event that can answer brokerage leaders’ most important questions. Speakers like RealTrends consultants Steve Murray and Scott Wright will be taking the stage. They will discuss the details of M&A including valuation, prospecting and brokerage growth. 

Other leaders in the industry like CEO of Cairn Real Estate Holdings, Rick Davidson, senior vice president of expansion at Better Homes and Garden Real Estate, Jason Nicosia, vice president of franchising at RE/MAX Peter Luft and president of HomeSmart International, Ashley Bowers will join Murray and Wright on stage. 

This all-star lineup of speakers are the top deal makers in the industry. They will tackle the strategies and trends going on in M&A that attendees can implement in their everyday business practices. There is a wealth of practical knowledge waiting at the DealMakers sessions. From communication best practices to building strong working relationships and leveraging technology to succeeding locally. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of the art of the deal. 

To register for Gathering of Eagles 2023, click here. And, don’t forget to reserve your spot at the Omni Barton Creek by May 16. This conference is the must-attend event of 2023 for real estate presidents, senior leaders, and broker-owners. These all-star speakers will be taking the stage along with other housing industry leaders like Mike Staver, Mat Ishbia and others.