Our Triple Play Line Up

Heading to the Triple Play REALTOR® Convention & Expo 2023*??

Need ideas on which sessions to attend? Check out these sessions from our speakers!

Monday, December 4, 2023

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Craig Grant: Top Scams Targeting the Real Estate Industry
The real estate industry is constantly under attack by hackers, fraudsters, and other entities with malicious intent. In this session, we will explore some of the main scams targeting the real estate world including Wire Transfer Fraud, Listing Scams, Business Email Compromise (BEC) phishing, ADA Compliance of websites, and more, but most importantly how to protect you and your clients from these devious schemes.

Tuesday, December 5, 2023

9:00 am – 10:00 am Trista Curzydlo: There’s No Font For Sarcasm…Managing a Multi-Generational Workplace
Can u be #dooced 4 that tweet? LOL staff mtngs r so old skool. Different experiences shape the work ethic and motivation of an employee. This course examines how generational cohorts work together…and against each other. Real-life cases taken from the real estate industry pepper this session to make it the perfect mix of theory and practice. With wit and fun, Trista provides food for thought and new approaches to creating more effective communication between generations.
9:00 am – 10:00 am Ifoma Pierre: Adapt or Evaporate: Reinvent Your Lead Generation & Marketing
If you’re feeling stuck and need inspiration and direction in these challenging times, fasten your seat belt and get ready for a firehose of ideas in this fast-paced, energetic session.
Key Takeaways:

  • List the 3 steps you need to take today to adapt to this market
  • Create informative videos daily without worrying about what to say
  • Conduct a seller webinar to build a list of ready-to-sell homeowners
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Josh Cadillac: Introduction to Commercial Real Estate: What You Need to Know
WATCH A TRAILER What makes working in commercial real estate different from residential? Is the transition difficult or risky? In this session, you will learn the differences and how to handle them. Whether you are new to real estate and or a veteran on the residential side looking for a new challenge, this class will give you the information you need to understand commercial real estate and help make a smooth transition.
9:00 – 12:00 pm Monica Neubauer: Navigating the New Construction Process with Ease: Providing Value from Start to Finish
Today’s buyers are more aware than ever about viable housing options, including new construction. Understanding how new construction is a viable and desirable part of the inventory available to buyers is powerful. In this program, you will learn how to work effectively with builders and their representatives as well as how to educate your buyers regarding the process. You’ll find out how to manage buyer expectations, stay focused on their best interests, and be part of a collaborative team helping the buyer. Get the details you need to know to confidently serve today’s buyer with all the available options.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Craig Grant: AI, ChatGPT and Real Estate
WATCH A TRAILER  Artificial Intelligence or AI has been around for a long time, but with the emergence of ChatGPT, Jasper, Bard, and others, this area has exploded in options and tools that are being incorporated into their offerings. In this session, we will explore what AI is, the many ways it can be used in your real estate business and everyday life, the legal and ethical implications, and much more. By the end of this session, you will be more intelligent about this fast-emerging technology to ensure you stay ahead of the curve!
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Ifoma Pierre: Hot Market, Cool Head: Creative Strategies for Working with Buyers in Any Market
Get creative strategies for working with buyers for TODAY’s market! You’ll find out how to successfully navigate challenging negotiations, manage client expectations, stand out in a multiple offer situation, and apply practical techniques to consistently close deals. Pierre will even share 5 strategies for getting buyers’ offers accepted without competition! Walk out with a systemic approach to working with buyers in any market, hot or cold; and use these tips to stay cool and calm.
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Josh Cadillac: The ACE Property Manager
WATCH A TRAILER Want to branch out into property management? In this session, you’ll find out how to avoid common mistakes and stay compliant with the law; how to handle difficult tenants; what you can and cannot charge a tenant for; and much more. You will learn how to think like an investor and mitigate risk. Stand out for your knowledge and skill when representing your client’s property and build lifelong referrals.
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Trista Curzydlo: Reasonable & Necessary? Fair Housing Accommodations
More than half of all Fair Housing Act complaints are filed on the basis of disability; many of these alleging a housing provider failed to provide a reasonable accommodation. This session examines Fair Housing Act protections for individuals with disabilities and how housing providers should navigate a reasonable accommodation request. You’ll get guidance on differentiating between service and support animals, determining when an accommodation is necessary and what makes a request unreasonable.
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Craig Grant: Top Scams Targeting the Real Estate Industry Repeat
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Ifoma Pierre: Adapt or Evaporate: Reinvent Your Lead Generation & Marketing Repeat
3:30 pm – 4:40 pm Trista Curzydlo: You Can’t Say That! Antitrust in Real Estate
When the Sherman Act began regulating antitrust behaviors in the United States, the union had 42 states, and women were 30 years away from being able to vote. A lot has changed over the past 130 years, but in his Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy, President Biden issues a reminder that antitrust continues to be a problem in real estate. This session examines the 3 primary federal laws regulating antitrust and applies them to situations happening today.
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Ifoma Pierre: Hot Market, Cool Head: Creative Strategies for Working with Buyers in Any Market Repeat

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

9:00 am – 12:00 pm Josh Cadillac: Distressed Properties: Foreclosures, Estates, Divorces, Short Sales & Pre-Estate Sales
Distressed sales are never easy: someone or something is usually in distress. In this session, you’ll learn how to work these deals without YOU becoming the one in distress. While the volume of distressed sales tends to rise and fall with the market, they never really go away. These properties aren’t just foreclosures and short sales. They can be the result of divorces, estates, or other situations. Learn skills to make your deal more likely to close-and you are less likely to need medication.
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Trista Curzydlo: AITA? The Real Estate Edition
WATCH A TRAILER  “But is it illegal?” After practicing law in the real estate arena for nearly 20 years, this is a question that Trista Curzydlo has heard a lot. This course takes a look at situations that real estate agents face and delineates between what’s illegal, what’s unethical, and what is just plain rude! You’ll hear actual tales from the trenches (that might sound all too familiar) and then engage in a review to find out what behavior crosses which line! With Trista’s characteristic humorous approach and sharp insights, Real Estate Karma gets REAL.
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Trista Curzydlo: YouTwitFace: When Real Estate, New Media and the Law Collide
It’s been 19 years since MySpace was launched and social media started infiltrating how we live and do business. Whether you’ve embraced or rejected the ‘world wide internets’, your real estate business has been impacted. As social media and new media have evolved, client expectations and real estate agent practices have also changed. This session examines how various entities regulate new media use by real estate professionals and provides best practices every agent can implement.

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