Local brokers participate in luxury real estate event
VAIL — Several brokers from Slifer Smith & Frampton recently participated in an international real estate event at Wynn Las Vegas. The Luxury Portfolio Summit is part of the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World Conference Week, an event hosted by the parent company of Luxury Portfolio International, which drew a record-setting attendance of 2,500 real estate professionals from nearly 20 countries.
“Taking part in events like Luxury Portfolio Summit are just a few of the things that set our team apart from other area real estate brokerages,” said Jim Flaum, president and managing broker of Slifer Smith & Frampton. “This particular event was attended by the elite in luxury real estate sales. We are proud to be part of such an exclusive group.”
Qualifying For Event Attendance
Attendees must qualify for attendance at Luxury Portfolio Summit by proving participation in the luxury market, creating an elite audience of true luxury specialists. The event offers networking opportunities where Slifer Smith & Frampton’s associates build relationships and exchange ideas with other top associates from around the world. Educational sessions provide in-depth insights into high-end consumer preferences, luxury lifestyle and housing trends, focus on the state of the global luxury real estate sector.
Keynote speakers included bestselling author, entrepreneur and former “chief evangelist” for Apple, Guy Kawasaki; top-rated business author Daniel Pink; and internationally recognized graffiti artist, film maker and author Erik Wahl.
“We are thrilled to have assembled such an esteemed group of professionals, not only from our premier luxury real estate companies but also from other luxury brands who have come together to explore trends in the high-end market and ways we as luxury specialists can best meet the needs of our affluent clientele,” said Stephanie Pfeffer-Anton, executive vice president of Luxury Portfolio.
For more information, go to VailReal Estate.com.
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