Ok, so if you are a mortgage professional, delete this from your reader and act like you never saw it.
It costs too much for you anyway – so it probably just doesn’t make sense for you to go.
Now that we have gotten rid of the loan officers in the room.
If you are a Realtor and you somehow stumbled across this post from the lone mortgage guy who will be at REBarCamp Phoenix…
Don’t Miss It.
Don’t miss it if you have a blog.
Don’t miss it if you don’t have a blog and are wondering if you can get rich by having one.
Don’t miss it if you are on Twitter.
Don’t miss it if you think Twitter is something your heart does when you see your high school boyfriend.
Don’t miss it if you are a “helper” of some kind at a big real estate brokerage firm.
Don’t miss it if you are the CEO of some kind of big real estate brokerage firm.
Don’t miss it if you are sick-and-tired of the high fees and no support that your big real estate brokerage firm gives you and you are thinking of going out on your own.
Don’t miss it if you have been with the same company for 20 years and love it there.
Don’t miss it if you have been in the real estate business for years and think you have seen it all.
Don’t miss it if you just passed your real estate exam and haven’t even sold a house.
Don’t miss it if you work for a title company and are wondering where all the Realtors and one mortgage guy went that day.
Don’t miss it if you sell anything where Realtors might be one of your target customers – there will be a gaggle of ’em there.
IT IS FREE — So just plain don’t miss it.
Go ahead and miss it.
And we will see you next year when we have REBarCamp Phoenix 2 which you will surely show up for after hearing what you missed at the first one.
Don’t Just Take My Word For It: See What Other Experts Are Saying
Jay Thompson from the Phoenix Real Estate Guy blog.
Steve Belt wrote, “ You don’t want to miss it.”
John Hall & Associates wrote about BarCamp.
Nick Bastian (THE RailLife Guy) called it an “ extravaganza“.
REMARKABLE Callie Waterhouse added an entire page for the fun:
PS If you are a loan officer and want to come… one of the best ways to get in… is to get your boss to actually sponsor the event for a whopping $250, get some positive press out of it and get in front of a bunch of Realtors. Contact Jay Thompson for sponsorship opportunities – and no IOU’s allowed, too many lenders defaulting nowdays to let that happen.