November 7, 2019   |   ashton

Attending the National Estate Agency Conference


The Petty Real team will be attending the 2019 Relocation Agent Network National Conference and Exhibition on 22 November in London. The business conference is exclusively for members of Relocation Agent Network and welcomes estate agents from across England, Scotland and Wales. It provides us with unrivalled opportunities to network with fellow members and learn about the very latest industry innovations.

Taking place at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, the Conference welcomes some of the UK’s top keynote speakers including; Cally Beaton, media executive, entrepreneur and corporate speaker, who will discuss how to inspire and lead through change; Oliver Gleave, founder of property software providers, Jupix and Loop, will help delegates understand how to maximise the use of technology in modern day estate agency; and economist, Roger Martin-Fagg will provide an economic forecast, cutting through the jargon to reveal what the numbers really mean.

The event culminates in a black tie evening Awards Dinner, hosted by the well-known national television broadcaster, Huw Edwards. We can’t wait to meet up with our fellow Network members from across the UK, to celebrate the past year’s successes.

What does OUR Network membership mean to YOU?

Relocation Agent Network has chosen Petty Real to represent them in Burnley & Pendle. Our membership means that we’ve been specially selected to be the area’s Local Expert, based on the quality of service that we provide, our local knowledge and professionalism. 

Through its affiliation with Cartus, the market leader in global relocation services, Relocation Agent Network members help Cartus move relocating families in and out of areas across England, Scotland and Wales. This offers Petty Real customers an additional channel of buyer when selling their property. Network members can also help their relocating customers by passing them to a fellow Relocation Agent Network member in the area they are moving to.

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