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Stefan Swanepoel Photo Stefan Swanepoel
RealtyU Group, CEO

"Library Selection - Social Networking -The New Real Estate Phenomenon"

Listen to Briefing from 02/21/09

"Trends to Watch"

Listen to Briefing from 06/01/07 & Receive Handout

"Real Estate Confronts the Future!"

Listen to Briefing from 04/05/02 & Receive Handout

"Stefan Swanepoel Interview 2000"

Listen to Briefing from 12/01/00 & Receive Handout

"Stefan Swanepoel Interview 1997"

Listen to Briefing from 12/05/97 & Receive Handout

Stefan Swanepoel is widely recognized as a leading visionary on trends and change in the real estate industry. He has authored thirteen books, whitepapers and reports including the bestseller, Real Estate Confronts Reality, the sequel Real Estate Confronts the Future and the Swanepoel 2007 TRENDS Report. His academic accomplishments include a bachelor's degree in science, a master's degree in business economics and diplomas in arbitration, mergers & acquisitions, real estate, computer science and marketing.

Stefan serves as Chairman and CEO of RealtyU Group, Inc., the largest career development company in the real estate industry, educating over 350,000 agents every year.

Contact Information:

Stefan Swanepoel
CEO, RealtyU Group
8 Argonaut, Suite 100
Also Viejo, CA 92656
(v) (949) 349-9394
(f) (949) 349-9392

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