United® Real Estate, a disruptor in the real estate industry, announced today that its annual convention will take place March 29-31, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee. The convention's theme for 2019, United Live!, will set the stage for the annual event and for a year of successes to come. United Live! will embrace the live music scene present in Nashville and expose agents to a "live" look at the interworking of United Real Estate. United's focus during the annual convention is to celebrate agents' achievements and create a networking and learning environment that allows them to sustain the past years' success and accelerate the growth of their business for 2019.
United Live! will take place at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, located just two miles from downtown Nashville. The Loews Vanderbilt Hotel was chosen because of its ability to highlight Nashville's most celebrated features. Widely known as "Music City", Nashville has something to offer everyone. Whether it's through music, food, arts, sports, shopping or history, the city has a way of bringing people together. United resonates with this concept through the all-encompassing business model and reputable, close-knit culture. United Live! will be a celebration of the company and will feature an awards ceremony, interactive education and networking opportunities for the growing United network.
"In 2018 we brought our United family together in Miami for our Viva United convention. While Viva United was an overwhelming success, I am certain that United Live! will go above and beyond our agents' and brokers' expectations," said Dan Duffy, CEO, United Real Estate. "United Real Estate is continuing to grow at an exciting pace and our agents are increasing their productivity and achieving tremendous success. United Live! will be an excellent way to celebrate the year's accomplishments and for our agents to network and share best practices. We will also continue to unveil our technology platform that will aid our agents in growing their business. We are eager to bring everyone together again and to experience the energetic lifestyle Nashville has to offer as we prepare our agents for our lasting future ahead."
The 3-day convention will be hosted at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel and room reservations at the group rate are now available. Registration is open for United Live! and will feature a limited number of specially-priced, pre-sale tickets. Guest tickets will also be available for purchase through the convention website.
A Closer Look at United Real Estate
United Real Estate – a division of the United Real Estate Group – was founded with the purpose of offering solutions to the challenges facing agents in the residential real estate brokerage industry. Providing the latest training, marketing and technology tools to both agents and brokers under a 100-percent commission strategy, United Real Estate makes it more profitable for an agent to sell real estate and for real estate brokers to leverage a complete system to better grow a successful, thriving real estate brokerage. Named as a "frontrunner" in the real estate industry in 2013, "part of the next generation of real estate brokers" in 2014 by the Swanepoel TRENDS Report, as well as being listed in the "Power 200 Most Influential" from 2015-2018 by Swanepoel Power 200. United Real Estate has more than 80 offices and over 3,600 agents. Through a worldwide franchise solution, United continues to rapidly expand and was named to the Inc. 5000 fastest growing private companies in 2015-2017 and 2018 Entrepreneur Franchise 500® - Ranked in Top 100 New Franchises, Top Franchise and Top Brands. Driven by an unwavering commitment to giving back, a pillar of United's core values and guiding principles, United Real Estate is proud to support and partner with Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, as United's charity of choice.
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