You’re Invited to Homeownership Day 2022 – Achieving Through Real Estate

You’re Invited to Homeownership Day 2022 – Achieving Through Real Estate

Angie Weeks

Techie Realtor who has a dream: Help everyone become financially free through homeownership. I don’t just sell homes, I’ve created a crowdfunding platform to help source down payments. To connect with Angie, sign up for free / log in on moreandmorenetwork.com

 

Angie Weeks Co-Host

You’re Invited to Homeownership Day 2022 – Achieving Through Real Estate

January is always an ideal time to circle back to our roots, to review our long term goals, and realign with our True North. It’s a fresh new year, and anything is possible. Many people are taking a look at what needs to change, and if 2021 is any indication, we are still switching up the way we live and work in light of all that’s happened the last couple years.

As we saw people quit their jobs and aspire for extraordinary things in the year of ‘The Great Resignation‘, we also saw a huge shift in housing needs and requirements. People ‘quit’ apartments & condos, and opted for single family homes with yards. Families upgraded living space, as employment and schools had extended virtual runs. Change is still happening everywhere, and home is at the center of it all.

Homeownership Day education has been opening doors for renters, homeowners, and investors for 10 years.

With so many people wanting a new environment at the same time, the demand for housing across the country reached record heights and the bidding wars began.

This is just one of the many reasons we offer Homeownership Day on a yearly basis; things always seem to be moving fast when it comes to housing, and it’s important to stay on top of the current trends to be most successful with your real estate.

Achieving Through Real Estate

The 2022 theme for Homeownership Day is ‘Achieving Through Real Estate’, and all are invited to this free virtual event on January 29th from 10am-1pm PST. Homeownership Day is designed to be inclusive for all humans – from renters curious if they can purchase property all the way through investors looking to sharpen skills and knowledge. Our program changes up each year so you aren’t hearing the same information, or outdated perspectives.

The program is brought to you in bite-sized 30 minute educational sessions, so you can get a variety of information on today’s important real estate topics. We know you’re busy, and this event is designed to bring about awareness and build relationships with the right community to accomplish your property goals.

Challenges in the recent market have been lack of inventory, bidding wars, discrimination, sharp price increases, loan / appraisal turnaround time, and more. Sessions for this year have been based around these challenges, and offer help to overcome today’s specific real estate market hurdles.

For this year’s specific sessions and offerings, click here:

https://homeownershipday.com/sessions/

If you’re looking to achieve great things with real estate, please join us and register:

Homeownership Day Online Event
January 29th, 2022
10am – 1pm PST

https://homeownershipday.com/sign-up/

Expect to be inspired with some innovative ideas and fresh perspectives. This is not your average real estate event.

In case you’re wondering, Homeownership Day will never try to pressure you into buying or selling real estate. The speakers have all agreed not to ‘pitch’; only to educate. This event is a public service that is put on through multiple outlets, so you’re never getting pigeon holed into the opinions of one particular corporation or company. Our speakers are industry experts, all hand selected with care, and our goal is YOUR success.

This year’s main sponsors are NAWRB & Vow2Save – both entities creatively serving the real estate ecosystem.

It’s my personal opinion that when we are all successful with real estate, we can focus on what is most important in life – the people and the places we love. If there’s a topic you would like to see covered at a future Homeownership Day event, please comment below so we can help you on your journey.

Source: blog.askangie.com

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