Event Title: Six Degrees Society SF Presents Building Wealth in Homeownership with Connie Chung
Even for the bohemian AirBnBer or the tireless nomad, there comes a time when we fall for the oldest cliché: There's really no place like home. But what does it take to make a house a home these days? Four walls and a roof is a good place to start, which to many of us, sounds like some serious adulting.
If you ever wanted to know what it takes to realize your dream home, it starts here: with understanding the role of financing and the pre-approval process, attending open houses and asking the right questions, getting your offer accepted in a competitive market, and making the close. In fact, with San Francisco home prices finally leveling out, there's no better time.
Before we start the programming, each guest will get 2 curated 15 minute connections handpicked just for them based on bios submitted pre-event. Make sure to update your profile in your app with your most recent bio or email email@example.com with a copy.
Tuesday, March 12th
Secret SF Location
San Francisco, CA
Light bites and adult refreshments throughout the night!
$35-Standard Ticket, Free for Six Degrees Society members
About Connie Chung:
Awarded by the National Association of Realtor's "30 Under 30," Connie's success began early and, time after time, she has proven her value to clients and the industry, consistently ranking in the top 5% of San Francisco Realtors. She interprets every home as an investment, and as an investor herself, Connie empowers clients to make sound financial decisions. Through unwavering integrity, due diligence, and compassion, she's humbled that over 90% of her team's business comes from referrals and repeat clients.
Connie graduated from UC Berkeley and completed a fellowship in Public Policy and International Affairs at Princeton University. Among her experience working on campaigns and in the non-profit sector, Connie attributes her grit and negotiation skills to growing up as one of six kids to immigrant parents. She resides in an Alamo Square Victorian with her husband and daughter.