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AREAA 1st Annual SE Regional Awareness
Increasing Knowledge and growing business together

On July 19th at the Encore Resort in Orlando, FL, there was spectacular success at AREAA’s Central Florida Chapter as they hosted their 1st annual AREAA Southeast Regional Town Hall Meeting. The meeting was a great platform to exchange knowledge and build new relationships, while allowing great engagement between members and chapter/national leaders. With the support of AREAA Greater MiamiAREAA CFLAREAA Greater Tampa Bay and Asian Real Estate Association – Atlanta Metro Chapter leadership, the Central Florida Chapter had the opportunity to focus on the association’s key components of membership, advocacy, chapter events, sponsor relationships, fair housing, infrastructure market growth and AREAA Global Inc.

AREAA 1st Annual SE Regional Awareness
AREAA National and Chapter Leaders. (Left to Right: Miami Chapter Leader Jessie, Tampa Chapter Leader Victoria Vo, 2017 National President Angie Lee, Atlanta Chapter Leader, Jack Bai, Central Florida Chapter Leader Li Xu, Global President Carmen Chong)
AREAA 1st Annual SE Regional Awareness
AREAA National Leaders Sharing Information about AREAA Membership and Chapter Engagement. (Left to Right: Executive Director Hope Atuel, Global President Carmen Chong, National President Angie Lee)
AREAA 1st Annual SE Regional Awareness
Leader’s Breakfast Gathering.
Everyone learning how to get more involved with AREAA and grow their network.

With the focus on creating awareness and promoting sustainable homeownership opportunities in Asian American Communities, AREAA continues to be the largest membership based organization in America with 16,000 members and growing.

More info about the Asian Real Estate Association of America Central Florida Chapter at www.areaa.org/centralflorida/

 

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