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Linda Craft Attends the Real Estate Industry’s Most Elite Conference; Joins 100 of the Most Elite REALTORS® at the Fall CKC Mastery Summit in Miami, FL

Nov 15 2013, 11:02am CST | by PR.com

Raleigh, NC, November 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- CKG International, an internationally recognized real estate coaching firm to the world’s most successful agents, recently held a ground breaking conference for the most elite REALTORS® in the industry. Linda Craft, President & CEO of Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® was one of the realtors in attendance. This highly elite group gathers only once a year for a conference like none other in the industry.

While attending the recent CKG Mastery Summit, Linda heard from some of the most knowledgeable experts and learned the most cutting-edge material the real estate industry has to offer. Ken Goodfellow, Chairman and CEO of CKG International hosted this weekend.

Linda Craft and the rest of the attendees were highly interactive with speaker Alexis Bolin. During her presentation many people were looking for the microphone to ask questions, seek answers, and get her personal opinion on how to negotiate. When the day was done, many attendees stayed behind to speak with her personally, wrapping up an amazing first day of speakers.

Attendance at the CKG Mastery Summit is reserved exclusively for CKG Mastery Members. Linda Craft and all other attendees have met the rigorous standards required of CKG’s Mastery Program and places Linda Craft among real estate’s crème de la crème. Qualification to this exclusive group is based on their track record, sales volume and a constant and never ending commitment to their clients. By receiving and sharing unparalleled insight and insider secrets with only the very best realtors, Linda will soon be mastering the next level of success in her already illustrious career.

Professional recognition, however, isn’t the only benefit that comes from attending the CKG Mastery Summit. Ken Goodfellow, Chairman and CEO of CKG International, explains, “By arming real estate’s finest with the secrets to becoming more efficient and to making more money, the Mastery Summit enhance not just one’s career but also his or her overall quality of life.”

Contact Information:
Linda Craft & Team Realtors
Cameron Knowles
Contact via Email
Linda Craft, 919-235-6300

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