This coming November 7 and 8, at the Hotel Camino Real in Mexico City, the 7th most important Real Estate Business Summit of Real Estate in Latin America will take place.
Better known as Expo Negocios Inmobiliarios (EXNI), this event is organized by INMOBILIARE Magazine. In this expo, the most important leaders of the Real Estate sector will share their vision, knowledge, and trends about the world of real estate at a national and international level.
EXNI will have the most prestigious speakers in the industry who will delve into the problems, projects, and challenges of the current market.
With more than 120 stands and over 350 investment options in the United States and Latin America, Expo Negocios Inmobiliarios is the best opportunity to do business and attract new clients.
Within the event, you can be part of the best real estate projects, where about 350 proposals are displayed in an area open to the public, totally free of charge.
In addition, the attendance will have the opportunity to get in direct contact with the main companies in the Real Estate sector and representatives of the most exclusive realtors in the country.
Likewise, more than 30 free training workshops will be held for real estate professionals; with learning modules that will be taught during the two days of EXNI to more than 5,300 attendees.
Source: The Baja Post
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