Wed 4 Mar

3/5/20: #NCPW2020: What They Don't Teach in Homebuying 101

Bill Wendel Public Seen by 51

Eager to use National Consumer Protection Week 2020 / #NCPW2020 to build on top of the momentum real estate consumer advocates have generated over the past year:


Further, would like to introduce our peers in Boston to the new CoWorking space at Staples Studio in Cambridge by inviting them to a three-part Open House:

3-4pm: Record your thoughts about protecting consumers during #NCPW2020 at the Staples Podcast studio;

4-5pm: Share your perspective in a consumer seminar entitled What They Don't Teach in Homebuying 101;

6-7pm: Participate in a seminar on How to Grow your business on Google.

The last two events are FREE and open to the public. In between, we've reserved the Staples conference room from 5-6pm so we can host a private working session or simply enjoy each other's company.

The Cambridge Staples Studio is one of 7 in Greater Boston. Unfortunately, it's located at one of the worst bottlenecks in metro Boston but by inviting our peers to gather at 3 or 4pm, hope those who drive slip in before the worst of the traffic. Alternatively, it's an easy walk from the Alewife T Station.

Finally, before, during or after the three-part agenda above, FreePoint --a boutique Hilton Hotel -- is at the other end of Fresh Pond Mall for anyone who'd like to slip out and recreate the MABAritaville energy of three decades ago in this secret garden.

Bill Wendel


Bill Wendel Wed 4 Mar

This event is cross-posted on another MeetUp for homebuyers:


If you visit the link above, you'll see the descriptions has been edited for homebuyers but includes the core information and intent.