conference set up

Upcoming Conferences

Our team travels the nation for some of the industry’s leading conferences! See what cities we will be in this April:

 

 

 NoteWorthy Investor Summit LIVE 2018NIS live

Appraisal Nation will be exhibiting at this year’s NIS LIVE April 6th-8th at Irvine Marriott Resort. This event is an elite group of note investors, real estate investors, and industry leaders that share sales, marketing, and business strategies to be a better investor.

 

 

 

 

LendIt Fintech USA 2018   lendit 2018

Appraisal Nation is heading to Moscone West San Francisco April 9th-11th to exhibit at LendIt Fintech 2018. LendIt Fintech is where the fintech community gathers to hear the latest industry announcements, meet investors and identify new partners. More than 2,500 fintech companies, 1,000 investors and 600 bank executives will be in attendance.

 

 

CMLA expo

CMLA 27th Annual Rocky Mountain Mortgage Lenders Expo

We are sending a few of our team member’s to Denver, CO April 12th to attend the CMLA’s Mortgage Lenders Expo. This annual expo brings together over 1,000 mortgage professionals for networking, learning, and growing business!

 

 

 

NYC Real Estate Expo nyc real estate expo

You can find our CEO and SVP of Business Development at this year’s NYC Real Estate Expo April 18th at the Hilton Midtown. They will be attending to meet top real estate professionals in development, law, banking, marketing, architecture, interior design, manufacturing, financial planning and more!

 

 

TMBA’s 102nd Annual Convention    TMBA 102nd AC

Appraisal Nation will be exhibiting at the TMBA’s 102nd Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX April 29th- May 1st. This show will feature Barbara Corcoran and other top-notch industry-related speakers to present at this “must attend” event.

 

 

North Carolina Bankers’ American Mortgage Conference  NC Bankers

This conference happens to be right in our backyard! Our team will head to The Pinehurst Resort April 30th- May 2nd to learn and discuss important issues in the mortgage field brought to us by the North Carolina Bankers Association.