Meet Our Featured Speakers At SPARKS

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We know that creating desirable—and sellable—homes and communities is a multilayered process of consumer insight, thoughtful design, responsive technology, and savvy marketing.  It’s not any one of these disciplines that creates success, but all of them working together. And that’s why Continue reading

Baby Boomers in Today’s Housing Market

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Manny Gonzalez, Principal of KTGY Group, Inc. will join a panel of industry experts at PCBC for an open dialogue about modern demographic trends and balancing the desires of Boomers with the realities of land and construction costs. Manny gave us some Continue reading

More and More People Just Need a Vacation

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Contributed by Adam McAbee, VP of Meyers Research Advisory Group Although cool weather and home sales still loom across the country, the vacation housing market is enjoying an early spring break. The graph below illustrates where vacation home sales stood in 2013, Continue reading

Think You Can Handle Sales Boot Camp at PCBC 2014?

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Contributed by Ryan Taft, Shore Consulting Certified Sales Trainer It is time we start questioning why we do the things we do in new home sales. As you analyze the typical new home sales presentation, it becomes clear that much of Continue reading

SPARKS Presenter: Jane Meagher On ‘Stop Thinking Like a Builder’

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We are excited to announce that Jane Meagher, President of Success Strategies, will be a speaker at our highly anticipated SPARKS Conference. Come out and see her speak at the innovative panel, “Stop Thinking Like a Builder,” which will be held on Wednesday June Continue reading

Stay Ahead of the Curve: Multifamily Trends Conference

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A big trend this year is in multi-family homes. Jeff Meyers, the PCBC Education Co-Chair states, “Millennials are 80 million plus so they’re actually larger than the Baby Boomer population.” With older generations living longer, families in turn are becoming larger as children Continue reading