Seattle RE BarCamp will be here soon!

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This year Seattle RE BarCamp is actually going to be south of Seattle at the Center Point Conference Center in Kent (south of Southcenter Mall and north of the Showare Stadium)… so technically, we’re calling this “Greater Seattle reBarCamp”.  Regardless, this event will be taking place on March 13, 2014.

This event is an “un-conference” where topics (which tend to be about social media or related to real estate) are decided by the attendees the morning of the event. You literally submit topics on subjects you would like to learn more about (such as word press, for example) or perhaps you have a great idea that you would like to brain storm with a group of like minded people… the possibilities are endless. The only thing really not allowed are presentations or sales pitches.

This years event is going to be cozier than our last Seattle RE BarCamp (which was humongous)… so we are charging $10 for tickets in advance – which will include a boxed lunch from Alki Bakery.  If you decide that you’d rather show up the day of, without a ticket, the cost will be $20 assuming we’re not sold out (as I mentioned, space is limited).

Jay Thompson will be kicking off the event with a quick “rules of the road” to refresh attendees on how to get the most of your REBC experience. Drip coffee and some pastries are being provided by Alki Bakery (first come/first serve).

Want to join us?  Learn more here… and buy your tickets!! :)

About Rhonda Porter

Rhonda Porter is an NMLS Licensed Mortgage Originator MLO121324 for homes located in Washington state. Her blog, The Mortgage Porter, is nationally recognized for sharing relevant information to consumers about mortgages.

She has been originating mortgages since 2000 at Mortgage Master Service Corporation #40445 Consumer NMLS Website: http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/TuringTestPage.aspx?ReturnUrl=/EntityDetails.aspx/COMPANY/40445
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Comments

  1. Rhonda, I was trying to find the “Who’s Going?” link showing the people who have already bought tickets, but I couldn’t find it this morning. Can you post a link to that?

    You say “cozy”…how many can attend and how many have already bought tickets. Of course Kim and I bought ours and we are looking forward to seeing you and other friends we have not seen for awhile.

    • Ardell, when you click on the “eventbrite” ticket link, there’s a list of who’s paid for a ticket — we’re at about 70 now and can have around 250 at the this REBC. I’m looking forward to seeing you and Kim there!! :)

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