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WomanUP!™ Inman Connect event is a pathway to a better business

Real estate has long been a field that provides a space for strong, independent women to build their businesses from scratch -- but there's still room for improvement, and that's why the California Association of Realtors (CAR) created the WomanUP! initiative: to elevate the entire industry...
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