AAREA September 2011 Luncheon by the Asian American Real Estate Association of Houston

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Southwest 0576394

The Asian American Real Estate Association is hosting their September 21, 2011 Luncheon at Ocean Palace Restaurant. Check in and registration starts at 11:30am with the guest speakers and lunch starting at 12pm.

This months topic is: How Generational Differences Affect the Real Estate Process

Presented by: Maria Valentin & Jennifer Guevara from First American Title Company

Sponsored by: Wells Fargo Bank & East West Bank

You are welcome to join us for this luncheon. Guests are $20 and Members are FREE with 2011 membership dues. Please RSVP for the event, or contact me for opportunities to sponsor. As always I look forward to seeing and speaking with everyone there.

Membership is open to anyone in the real estate related industry. The AAREA organization of Houston is operated by a volunteer Board of Directors to serve the community and over several hundred diverse members of the organization.

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Gary Woltal
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Great topic on deck Mike. We all like to know the differences in the generations. I know with texting under 20 it is highly prevalent and many over 60 do not even have a smart phone.

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Mike Wong
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Gary the differences are a huge influence on how we do business today. Understanding our clients and the generational differences will help us all to serve them better.

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