Real Estate Trends and Trendsetters

Mike Cathell

Mike Cathell of Records Results Cape Coral Real Estate has been practicing real estate for 15 years and has spent five of those years as a Broker, having owned two brokerages. Mike have been listed in “Top 150 Commercial Real Estate Agents to follow on LinkedIn.com” for four years in a row. He is an experienced property listing professional and social media for real estate instructor.

 

Join Mike live and face-to-face on the FIRST and THIRD TUESDAY of the month from NOON to 1pm CENTRAL as he explores the cutting edge of the field of real estate.

 

 

True to its name, Real Estate Trends and Trendsetters addresses BOTH topics that are trending in the current real estate market and interviews those who are coloring outside the lines, thinking outside the box, and generally causing us to rethink what we “know” about how to invest in real estate. Each month, Mike will dedicate one show to highlighting a topic and one to getting inside the head of those real estate movers and shakers who are driving the market. Feel free to bring your questions.

Mike also has off-market corporate owned properties and he will highlight a few at end of each session.

Here is the link: https://v7.omnijoin.com/join?dn=2RCN555KZ

 

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We recommend that (as with all video teleconferencing), you login on a computer that has a hard line connection to the internet. You CAN use WIFI but the signal rarely stays stable enough to support a quality video teleconferencing experience.

 

You will need a video camera (a built in camera will suffice for now).  Long term, we recommend the Logitech c920 for a quality camera at an affordable price (usually under $80). We also recommend that you use a headset with built in microphone. Even a simple $20 headset from Walmart works just fine. The headset helps to prevent needless feedback where the audio from other conference attendees cycles back into your microphone and causes distortion.

 

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