The Virginia REALTORS Annual Convention

September 17-19, 2019 | USA

The Virginia REALTORS® Annual Convention proves year after year to be the perfect opportunity to grow your business, your network, and your knowledge base. This premier annual event draws in hundreds of members who gather for the top-notch speakers, networking, and fun-filled special events.

Spotlight

The unreliability of property valuations was one of the key findings that emerged from the (2008) Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission’s probe. Two key reasons among the various factors contributing to not-so-fair valuations are missing and/or inaccurate property listing data and not leveraging data from different sources to the fullest extent. Incorporating all the available data (structured and unstructured) has its own challenges. With the current explosion of data, understanding the context and relevance and extracting meaning from the data available has become difficult.


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US Multifamily & Single Family Built to Rent Housing

March 28-April 1, 2022 | USA

As commercial real estate investment professionals, we’re called to make wise decisions, yet we’re awash in often meaningless and contradictory information that passes for “data”. But how to sort the wheat from the chaff? How to form an integrated perspective that galvanizes investor interest and enables action and most importantly, results? This program, taught by a real estate data expert, helps you to use technology, proprietary data, and a proven framework to elevate your decision making and investment outcomes. Iterations are frequently offered, each focusing on multiple different, rapidly-evolving asset classes.

National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries Conference

March 14-17, 2022 | USA

Back in June of 2020, the National Bureau of Economic Research announced that an economic peak had occurred a few months earlier, in February, signaling the start of an economic downturn. About a year later they determined that the trough occurred in April of 2020, thus establishing the shortest recession in U.S. history, only two months long. Fast forward two years to early 2022. Where are we now in our economic recovery? Inflation, interest rates, employment and unemployment are all important inputs into analysis of commercial real estate assets. Join us in Phoenix as we explore these important trends and impacts!

NMHC Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference.

January 18, 2022 | USA

NMHC Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference will be an entire day of trends, statistics and powerful business insight into what lies ahead for the economy and our industry. This meeting is open to members and non-members and requires a separate registration from the Annual Meeting. The NMHC Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of the year where NMHC members come together to network with their colleagues. The meeting will include informative sessions led by industry leaders; insight into what is happening on Capitol Hill, strategies for success in changing times, and fun-filled social events.

Real Estate Data to Investment Decisions: A Focus on Niche Assets

March 28-April 1, 2022 | USA

As commercial real estate investment professionals, we’re called to make wise decisions, yet we’re awash in often meaningless and contradictory information that passes for “data”. But how to sort the wheat from the chaff? How to form an integrated perspective that galvanizes investor interest and enables action and most importantly, results?

Spotlight

The unreliability of property valuations was one of the key findings that emerged from the (2008) Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission’s probe. Two key reasons among the various factors contributing to not-so-fair valuations are missing and/or inaccurate property listing data and not leveraging data from different sources to the fullest extent. Incorporating all the available data (structured and unstructured) has its own challenges. With the current explosion of data, understanding the context and relevance and extracting meaning from the data available has become difficult.

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