LOS ANGELES, Sept 1, 2017 : Over 1,000 of the commercial real estate (CRE) industry's top owners, investors, developers, brokers and financiers are scheduled to gather at The Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, CA., on Oct. 18-19 for the RealShare Apartments Conference, the nation's largest CRE networking event.
RealShare Apartments, which is considered the "The Multifamily Event of the Year," brings together the CRE industry's most influential and knowledgeable executives to share their research, discuss market trends and forecasts for the multifamily market.
To get more information and register for the RealShare Apartments Conference, visit http://at.alm.com/RealShareApartments.
"RealShare Apartments offers a unique mix of new speakers, timely session topics and a vast variety of top solutions and services," said Kristi Procopio, Senior Director of Real Estate at ALM. "This year's program is constructed in a manner that serves CRE participants with the best networking and learning opportunities in one location."
The keynote will be presented by Josh Panknin from the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), who will open the conference with a discussion of "Technology Disruption in Multifamily Real Estate." Panknin will share his perspective on real estate's struggle with modern technology, how we can overcome these challenges and how the industry may evolve over the next five to 10 years, revolutionizing the way CRE professionals work.
More than 70 speakers, representing the brightest minds in the multifamily community, are expected to speak at the event. Other key tech-focused topics include how innovators are driving change through technology and implementing automation for productivity enhancements in property and asset management for CRE operators.
Roundtable discussions and in-depth perspectives about specific CRE sectors that are designed to encourage interaction between participants will be highlighted during the first day of the program.
An economic panel on the macro issues affecting deal flow, featuring senior executives from some of the leading companies in the industry, will be a feature of the second day of the event. The experts will discuss the outlook for the sector across the nation.
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