TOP REAL ESTATE KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Selecting the perfect keynote speaker for your upcoming real estate event is an important decision. Entrepreneur, hyper-growth leader, venture investor, real estate investor and bestselling author Josh Linkner will bring your event to life with his extensive experience and unique perspective in real estate.
In addition to being a celebrated entrepreneur and bestselling author, Josh has been involved in real estate since 1994. He has been an active commercial and residential real estate investor, and also became a registered Realtor® in 1995. He has personally been involved in several real estate ventures, ranging from apartment buildings and mobile home communities to strip malls and office buildings. Throughout his career as a tech entrepreneur and keynote speaker, he’s worked with some of the biggest names in real estate including: NAI, Century 21, CBRE, Quicken Loans, Marketplace Homes, Pulte, Real Estate One, Renewal by Andersen, KB Homes, Masonite, and Coldwell Banker. Linkner has delivered energizing keynotes to many real estate associations and conferences including the National Association of Realtors©, Michigan Realtor® Association, and the Construction Financial Management Association.
The real estate sector is in the midst of massive change and transformation, with new technologies and ideas disrupting the old guard. During these challenging, complex, and highly competitive times, proactive reinvention is critical to sustainable success. Josh Linkner brings deep industry experience combined with extensive research in the field. Having worked with some of the top real estate organizations in the world, he has unique perspective and understands the inner-workings and language of the industry.
RIGHT FIT? YOU TELL ME.
DELIVERING A KEYNOTE IS REALLY, REALLY FUN.
BUT THERE'S MORE.
I TAKE THE RESPONSIBILITY SERIOUSLY.
HERE'S WHAT I BELIEVE...
- That great keynotes are the right balance of fun and practical; entertaining and substance.
- The only reason to give a keynote is to move people to action. If people don’t leave better, I failed.
- A great keynote is about the audience, not the speaker. Keynote speaking is an act of service, not boastfulness.
- Nobody wants a canned speech. Wouldn’t you prefer content that is custom-crafted for your audience?
- Life’s too short for drama; especially from your speaker. You deserve a zero-maintenance, white glove service experience.
- The real measure of a keynote: how much impact remains in six months? Or two years? I focus on crafting keynotes that count.