Tahoe-area Chase International agents attend global luxury conference
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — A handful of Chase International agents recently attended the exclusive Luxury Portfolio SUMMIT in Miami Beach.
The gathering, which took place February 20-22, is an invitation-only event that brings together the most successful luxury specialists in the nation.
Kerry Donovan, Sue Lowe, Megan Lowe-Lynch, Mary Kleingartner, Megan Warren and Adele Lucas all took part in a collaborative program focusing on home and lifestyle trends.
They also explored how to best meet the needs of affluent homebuyers and sellers by cultivating a keen understanding of the most contemporary trends.
“The opportunities to work with other agents and professionals of this caliber has a direct effect on our success as individuals, as well as our company as a whole,” said Donovan, vice president of luxury at Chase International. “Chase encourages its agents to constantly learn and improve their skills so that we serve our clients with the highest level of expertise.”
Keynote speakers included former moderator of Meet the Press David Gregory; David Bromstad, of HGTV’s Beach Flip; and Mickey Kahn, editor of Luxury Daily.
A fascinating presentation by behavioral scientist and author James Kane was also part of the weekend’s program.
“We were thrilled to host such an impressive group of real estate professionals for this year’s summit,” said Stephanie Pfeffer Anton, executive vice president of Luxury Portfolio. “The attendees represent the best in the business.”
Affiliates of Luxury Portfolio, through their website, are able to market high-end homes to affluent customers worldwide. The site markets more than 35,000 luxury homes to over three million high net-worth visitors annually and features a total inventory of available properties exceeding $48 billion.
Chase International is proud to be a long-standing member of Luxury Portfolio.
This article was provided by Chase International, which has nine offices in the Tahoe-Truckee region, including Incline Village. Visit chaseinternational.com to learn more.
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