Inside rennie's Intel Briefing Event with Andrew Ramlo and Ryan Berlin

Last month our rennie brokerage team along with our rennie intelligence team hosted an Intel Briefing event at the Pan Pacific Hotel, designed to help inform industry professionals about the ways our housing market is changing and what can be expected in the future.

Keynote speakers included our Vice President of Intelligence, Andrew Ramlo, and our Senior Economist, Ryan Berlin, who discussed the macro-economic factors influencing our market, while providing guidance on how real estate professionals can apply data in their resale and presale practice. 

Our Founder, Bob Rennie and Executive Director, Tracie McTavish later took the stage to share how they each have relied on data (throughout their careers) to help them successfully navigate the market. To this day. our brokerage is data driven to better serve and educate our clients. 

Thank you to the real estate community who helped us make this event a success. We hope to keep growing this event to provide education and convene dialogue around our collective future. 

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