Earlier this week, the National Association of Realtors hosted its annual conference in Anaheim California. In attendance were over 12,000 agents, corporate employees and other real estate professionals from all 50 states, U.S. territories and 61 countries.
Here’s some of what we overheard — none of which was litigation-related.
“Realtors are notorious for not reading full emails.”
“You’ve missed nothing,” man to man walking in late.
Outside the expo hall
“I’m not an L.A. person.”
At the Buffini & Company booth
“Do you want a latte?” Woman, pointing to the Homes.com coffee bar.
In the convention center lobby
In the elevator
“I want to go back to the concerts we used to have,” woman, in reference to previous NAR conferences.
“Boston will be different. At least we can go to Fenway,” woman, in reference to next year’s conference.
Walking out of the closing session
After hours at the Hilton lobby bar
“You don’t look like a Bulgarian weightlifter,” man, in a Hawaiian shirt, to a woman in heels.
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Uncategorized When agents gather, the halls of the joint are bound to be filled with their fair share of quips, takes and complaints. Earlier this week, the National Association of Realtors hosted its annual conference in Anaheim California. In attendance were over 12,000 agents, corporate employees and other real estate professionals from all 50 states, U.S.
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