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Wed 4 Mar

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

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Bill Wendel Public Seen by 50

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:

http://bit.ly/reMarathon_1Q2020

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
@RealEstateCafe
617-661-4046

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Bill Wendel Wed 4 Mar

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

https://www.meetup.com/Defensive-Homebuying-What-they-dont-teach-in-Homebuying-101/events/269190161/

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