77 Great Estates attends the “Luxury Real Estate” conference in Rome 2010

 

The 5th Annual Luxury Real Estate International Conference was recently held at the Ambasciatori Palace in Rome, Italy.

It gathered Top Real Estate Firms from 9 different countries including USA (Aspen, New York, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California & San Francisco amongst others), CanadaFrench Polynesia (Bora Bora), Italy (Florence, Spoleto & Sicily amongst others), UK (London & Berkshire), Spain (Marbella & Palma de Mallorca amongst otehrs), Portugal, Netherlands, Israel & Malta.

The conference was hosted by John Brian Losh, Chairman and CEO of Luxury Real Estate, a membership-driven luxury brokerage assemblage based in Washington, USA.  The network includes the most prominent global luxury brokers and meets 3 times each year, nationally and internationally, to discuss current real estate trends.

The recent conference in Rome covered multiple topics of great interest to those who serve the high net-worth demographic.  An ongoing theme, covered at each of the conferences, is the state of luxury market around the world.  Discussions focused on what strategies are most effective in the current world economy, ways to build business and establish connections in international markets and using social media tools to impact one’s real estate business.

Dr Carl Peralta of 77 Great Estates followed the conference with networking events in Rome and in Milan.  Once in Milan, he ate in the presence of A.C. Milan’s president Adriano Galliani at Giannino.

For further information, kindly contact 77 Great Estates on (00356) 2125 2455; (00356) 9944 7444; skype: info.77greatestates or info@77GreatEstates.com.

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