The 2019 Commercial Real Estate & Lending Conference

November 7, 2019 | USA

The 2019 Commercial Real Estate & Lending Conference in San Francisco will feature over 40 speakers that are experts in their field of Commercial Real Estate.  The speakers are Economists, Banks, Lenders, Developers, Investors, Real Estate Brokers, Investment Bankers, Mortgage Bankers, Appraisers, Environmental experts, Title Companies and Real Estate Attorney's.  Don't miss out on the Largest gathering of Commercial Real Estate Professionals in Northern California in 2019.

Spotlight

The April stats are in from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver and they depict a similar story of the market as has been seen for several months: historically slow sales, a flattening or decline in HPI prices and an overall increase in active listings. Despite total sales posting a modest 5.9% increase over the March figures, they were still 43.1% below the 10- year April sales average. In total 1829 homes traded during the month of April, of which 586 were detached, 885 were condos and 358 were townhouses.


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Improving & Promoting Wellbeing & Diversity in Construction & Property Conference

January 11, 2022 | USA

Worker wellbeing in the construction industry has rarely been out of the headlines over the past few years - and rightly so - and that's why we're committed to running a free-to-attend virtual event focused on EDI and Wellbeing every six months. And there are many challenges to overcome - from long hours, extended times working away from home, temporary and precarious nature of many projects, diversity challenges, the - macho culture and more have all contributed. Enjoy some networking time with those also attending the conference and visit the exhibitors - with the ability to video chat with attendees, enter the speed networking area or visit the booths of our sponsors. When it comes to diversity on boards in the built environment sector, it is proven that disability comes in a poor fourth behind gender, age and ethnicity. While the issue of women[s representation on boards has gained real traction in policy and practice over the last decade or so, there does not seem to be any similar movement for disabled representation. We will hear from industry leaders on this issue and how we may overcome it. During the break period you[re able to move around the event - with a speed networking area to allow you to video chat at random so get your elevator pitch ready.

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February 24, 2022 | USA

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Get an Edge by Attending Florida Real Estate Trends

January 20, 2022 | USA

As always, the event will launch with Florida Realtors chief economist Dr. Brad O’Connor. He will share the latest trends for Florida’s economy and housing market. Beyond the numbers, Dr. O’Connor will also connect with Dr. Jessica Lautz, the National Associatioin of Realtors' vice president of demographic and behavioral insights. Lautz's survey work will uncover the “why” behind buyers' and sellers' decisions. Millennials achieving homeownership, more multigenerational home purchases, and how pets influence where people choose to live are just a few of the topics they’ll discuss.

The 16th annual PERE America Forum

November 30-December 1, 2021 | USA

The 16th annual PERE America Forum on 30 November to 1 December will be held in-person at Convene New York and virtually through our interactive platform. The two-day content allows you to understand the latest trends and challenges facing regional investors. Secure capital, build lasting relationships, and discover investment opportunities with North America’s most influential investors, fund and asset managers, developers, and strategic partners.

Spotlight

The April stats are in from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver and they depict a similar story of the market as has been seen for several months: historically slow sales, a flattening or decline in HPI prices and an overall increase in active listings. Despite total sales posting a modest 5.9% increase over the March figures, they were still 43.1% below the 10- year April sales average. In total 1829 homes traded during the month of April, of which 586 were detached, 885 were condos and 358 were townhouses.

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