Must-attend property management conferences: October-December

Robin Young
Robin Young | 3 min. read
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Published on October 17, 2017

Looking to gain new skills to grow your business, stay plugged into current issues, and meet other professionals in your industry? Attending property management conferences could be the perfect way to close off the year.

Here are the 2017 property management conferences that we recommend attending, all taking place in the next 3 months. Buildium’s awesome staff will be at all four events, so be sure to say hello!

Must-Attend 2017 Property Management Conferences: October-December

NARPM Annual Convention & Trade Show

October 18-20 in Orlando, FL | Get more information

At the National Association of Residential Property Managers’ annual event, attendees will gain the information and connections they need to grow their property management business in 2018 and beyond. If you’ll be in Orlando this week, you won’t want to miss Buildium and NARPM’s information-packed workshop on the current state of the property management industry. Next, come by booth #38 to learn how our software can support your business’ success. Last, be sure to register for Buildium and TransUnion’s ICEbreaker Party at the ICEBAR Orlando!

NMHC OPTECH Conference & Exposition

October 25-27 in Las Vegas, NV | Get more information

Attendees of the National Multifamily Housing Council’s annual OPTECH event will have access to educational sessions, networking opportunities, and a trade show with over 100 vendors. If you’re a multifamily industry professional looking to learn what’s next in property operations, marketing, technology, sustainability, or telecommunications, you won’t want to miss next week’s event. Be sure to visit Buildium at booth #334!

NAR/REALTORS Conference & Exposition

November 3-6 in Chicago, IL | Get more information

At the REALTORS Conference and Expo this November, 20,000 real estate professionals will gather in Chicago to learn, network, share ideas, and more. The event will feature over 100 education sessions and 400 exhibitors–and you can even get your photo taken with Olympian swimmer Michael Phelps. Don’t forget to visit Buildium at booth #4541!

TRENDS Conference & Trade Show

December 5 in Seattle, WA | Get more information

This December, the 33rd annual TRENDS Conference will host over 1500 property managers, owners, investors, association managers, and other industry professionals for a one-day event in Seattle. Attendees will have access to educational workshops and a trade show with over 200 exhibitors. Be sure to stop by Buildium’s booth to say hello!

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Robin Young

As Buildium’s Senior Researcher, Robin leverages her background in social science research and interest in real estate economics to identify trends in the rental market. She combines intensive market research with insights gleaned from surveys of property managers, renters, and rental owners to examine topics like shifting renter demographics, the housing affordability crisis, and the transformation of property management during COVID-19. She's best known as the author of the annual State of the Property Management Industry Report.

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