Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices United Properties Team Travels to Las Vegas for National Convention

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The Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices United Properties team is gearing up for an exciting trip to Las Vegas March 10 to March 12 for the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 2019 National Sales Convention. 

Thousands of agents from across the United States and the newly opened global offices in Italy, Germany and London will travel to the event. 12 United Properties agents are attending. The conference schedule is filled with keynote speakers, vendor malls showcasing technological advancements, training courses, professional education opportunities, several networking events and a charity concert featuring Gwen Stefani.

“Attending this conference will make the United Properties team stronger by accelerating our capacity and knowledge in the industry to better serve our customers and clients. In addition, it allows us to participate in team building and networking events outside of our office and to have some fun,” says Jonathan Starns,  BHHS United Properties co-owner. 

Although the convention is filled with entertaining activities, the time will be extremely valuable for agents like Kelly Marbry, who is starting her own team through BHHS United’s Greater New Orleans Office in Metairie. “I’m very excited to be taking things to the next level, to hear from some of the speakers about how they have gotten to where they are, and to have some tools to implement when I get back to New Orleans,” says Marbry. 

Overall, the Las Vegas convention will provide amazing opportunities for United’s growing team that couldn’t be replicated outside an event of this magnitude. 

Chase Muller, BHHS United Properties-co owner stated, “Our desire is that our agents get a better understanding of our brand and the power of the Berkshire Hathaway name. Being a part of one of the most recognized and most admired brands in the world is a precious asset. We want our agents to succeed and know that our investments are in their best interest.”

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