Sotheby’s brokers attend luxury real estate retreat
August 23, 2015
DENVER — Leaders from LIV Sotheby's International Realty recently attended the 13th annual Luxury Real Estate Spring Retreat at Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort in Herradura, Costa Rica. Melanie Frank, LIV Sotheby's vice president of business and professional development, and Kristen Muller, the company's director of marketing, attended the conference.
"Our affiliation with Luxury Real Estate and the Board of Regents network provides an exclusive advantage to our agents and to our clients," Muller said. "With our expanded network of luxury real estate professionals from around the world, we have unmatched access to tools and resources."
Those who attended the retreat participated in panels and group discussions that explored topics including the challenges and triumphs of evolving brands, utilizing technology for marketing luxury properties and the keys to running a successful luxury real estate business.
Frank moderated a panel discussion that focused on agent retention, recruiting and productive work environments.
The event, hosted by Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate and John Brian Losh, LuxuryRealEstate.com chairman and publisher, is one of four annual invitation-only networking events.
For more information, go to http://www.liv sothebysrealty.com.
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