June 07, 2019
Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA) President Christine Wallace-Whitfield will be the keynote speaker when business leaders from various countries gather in Fort Myers June 6 for International Day.
“This is a great honour for The Bahamas and for the Bahamian real estate profession,” said Wallace-Whitfield, who was recently elected for a third term as head of the 700+-member professional association. “It is a recognition of the interest in our market and the value of investing in The Bahamas.”
Wallace-Whitfield, one of the few brokers in The Bahamas to hold the NAR Realtor© qualification, will join speakers including the NAR global coordinator to North American, Central America and the Caribbean, Carla Rayman Kidd, the mayor of Fort Myers, Randy Henderson, Pablo Burtado from Hurtado Immigration Law Firm, a leading business recruitment specialist from Cape Coral and others for the day-long session.
Christine Wallace-Whitfield Realtor®, President of BREA, will be the keynote speaker at a gathering of business leaders in Fort Myers, Florida, this week for International Day.
Wallace-Whitfield will speak on “Doing Business with The Bahamas.” She is also expected to reinforce her commitment to Bahamian professionals by advising foreign real estate agents that if they have any dealings in The Bahamas, they must align with a BREA-licensed Bahamian firm by law. She has vowed a crackdown on foreign agents operating outside the law.
“I don’t want to discourage anyone,” she explained. “We just want them to operate within the law. We are excited about working with NAR (National Association of Realtors) so long as it is on a referral basis. Beyond that, this is an great opportunity for us to review new developments in The Bahamas, provide information and network.”