DURHAM REGION REAL ESTATE BOARD
COMMERCIAL BREAKFAST MEETING
AND SEMINAR WITH GARY NUSCA, CCIM, ICIWorld.ca
Thursday, March 16, 2006, 8:30 am – Continental Breakfast, 9:00 am – Meeting / Seminar, Holiday Inn, 1011 Bloor St. East, Oshawa
Learn how to use the powers of the Internet.
Many agents look to improve their commissions, but they still use the same traditional prospecting, marketing and service techniques, even when buyers and sellers are looking for real estate information online. 77% used the Internet to search for real estate in 2005 according to a NAR survey. Learn how to use the powers of the Internet.
Past President of the Central Canada CCIM Chapter
Speaker and presenter of seminars and company meetings, associations, chapters, conferences, etc.
Publisher of information, media sponsor, and producer of conferences, conventions, meetings in the real estate industry.
Since 1994 ICIWorld has been developing tools for the Internet and the "Information Age" for brokers and salespeople to serve the public. Available to speak world wide.
Commercial real estate
Internet guru to address Durham District Real Estate Board commercial
DURHAM -- Gary Nusca, a certified commercial investment member (CCIM) is recognized as a leader in Canada's Internet Commercial Information Services and will be addressing the Durham District Real Estate Board commercial council on Thursday, March 16 in Oshawa.
Mr. Nusca is president of his own firm, The Market ICI World Commercial Real Estate Network. This firm is Canada's largest commercial real estate information service. According to Mr. Nusca, since 1994, www.iciworld.net has been helping people connect to do business. One of the most productive and highest traffic sites in the world to network information of industrial, commercial, and investment real estate, land, farms, business opportunities, recreational and senior lifestyle properties, financing and more, the service is free to the public and is supported by listings from professional licensed real estate brokers and salespeople world wide.
Mr. Nusca will be speaking to the commercial council at 8 a.m. at the Holiday Inn in Oshawa.
"More prospects means more opportunities means more closed transactions," says Mr. Nusca. "Many agents look to improve their productivity, but still use the same traditional prospecting techniques, even when buyers and sellers are looking for real estate information on line. Seventy-seven per cent used the Internet to search for real estate in 2005 according a national survey. We have been developing tools for the Information Age for brokers and sales people to serve the public."
The DDREB commercial council is very pleased that Mr. Nusca is taking time out of his busy schedule to address the members.