Capturing Global Customers and Bringing them to Closing

Class Description

Class Information

$25.00
Candidate / Designee
$55.00
Non-member
Format: 
Webinar
Credit: 
1 Credit
Credit Type: 
CRS Education
Duration: 
1 Hour

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Join us on Thursday, October 12, 2017, at 1:00 PM Central, for the CRS webinar, Capturing Global Customers and Bringing them to Closing, with Gonzalo Mejia, CRS.

This webinar will be available in both English and Spanish. This webinar will be presented in English. To register for the Spanish version click here.

 

What to Expect ...

As you look to expand your market presence you should consider tapping into the growing global business. Foreign investment in residential U.S. real estate has skyrocketed up to $153 billion, according to the newly released 2017 Profile of International Activity in U.S. Residential Real Estate. The often first question is how to get started. There are simple ways to start engaging with potential customers from all over the globe.

Although the potential is great, Realtors also need to be aware of the particular challenges when trying to complete an international transaction. Financing and taxation rules vary when dealing with a foreign customer. Also cultural differences can become an obstacle when interacting in the global market.

This webinar will provide the basic information to get their global business plan started while providing a path to make it grow.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to:

 

Meet Gonzalo ...

Gonzalo Mejia, CRS, started his real estate career in 2004 and currently he is a VP/Broker Manager with Watson Realty in Jacksonville, Florida. Gonzalo has successfully completed transactions with customers from Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Spain, England, Germany, Romania, China, Japan, India and many more countries. He also is the 2017 NAR President's Liaison to Uruguay.

 

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Topics Covered 
International Real Estate
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