Real Estate Connect in New York City promises to one of the most important events of the year. AI is transforming every part of our business and one of the founders of ChatGpt will be on stage with Brad Inman to discuss the ramifications of this rapidly evolving technology.
Another major topic will be the commission lawsuits. I just finished a rather scathing article for Inman which I hope will run next week. (It will be in the next edition of RealClues.) As of January 17, another copycat lawsuit was filed naming 36 defendants in California including many of the largest brokerages in the state, all the MLSs in the areas in which the plaintiffs did business, as well as CAR and a number of local associations.
The rest of the agenda looks amazing, and I am happy to announce that Kenya Burrell-Van Wormer and Kat Winston who were featured in last week’s RealClues will also be on the main stage at Connect.
Of course, one of the best things about being in the Big Apple is that next week is restaurant week—looking forward to sampling some of the best of the best food in Manhattan.