PropertyShark's acclaimed Manhattan Networking Parties arrive in California!
After having thrown some of the best real estate networking parties in Manhattan, we've set out to replicate that success by bringing together the most influential real estate professionals in Los Angeles under one roof.
Join us (free of charge) and connect with over 300 real estate experts from all branches of the industry, including investors, developers, lawyers, brokers, appraisers, and more.
Leave us your business card at the party and you have the chance to win a GoPro Hero3 White Edition video camera.
Free appetizers will be available.
Hosted Bar: 6:00 - 7:00 pm.
No entrance fee
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