6th Annual South of the River Real Estate Summit

Crosstown Commercial Team  /   July 17, 2018

6th Annual South of the River Real Estate Summit

2018 “South of the River ” Real Estate Summit

Presented by – Tim Little of RE/MAX Premier Reality South Suburban and Crosstown Commercial.

When: September 20, 2018                                                                                                    Where: Lost Spur Golf Course, Eagan MN

Register Online Today!  EventBrite/2018SRRES

Join us to hear first hand from the highest elected city officials of Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Lakeville, Farmington and Rosemount about the current and future Commercial & Residential Real Estate Developments in consideration for the southern suburbs of greater Minneapolis.

Our Target Audience includes:

  • Small and Medium Business owners in Dakota County
  • Residential and Commercial Developers in Dakota County
  • Chamber of Commerce Members & Dakota County Leaders
  • Business Network Leaders
  • Commercial & Residential Real Estate Agents doing Business in Dakota County
  • Metropolitan Area Council Members

Open Networking & CE Registration begins at 10:30am

Presentations to begin at 11am

There will be a Continuing Education Course available at the Summit.  This course is pending approval by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 1.75 hours of Real Estate Continuing Education.

Continuing Education Disclaimer

Important Information: The education providers are not the publishers of this communication and are engaged to provide the Approved Education.  They have not been consulted about this communication and have not contributed to its content with the exception of this paragraph.  They may associate with other providers of services that may advertise or promote their businesses to you during breaks of the classes.  You are not required to listen or participate in any presentation not directly part of the class you are attending to receive credit.  The provider does not encourage you to do business with them, do not recommend or promote the services or practices of any particular business nor do they encourage or recruit individuals to engage the services of, or become associated with, any particular business.  Other entities may also promote classes; that should not imply that the education provider, as part of the education related services, are promoting those businesses.