Sneak Peek At The Commercial Forum Programming At NAR 2011 In Anaheim

Have you seen the awesome commercial program for NAR 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center?  It’s nothing less than a who’s who of CRE from every corner of the combined commercial marketplace, ready to lend a hand to brokers and practitioners new and not-so-new. Hands down, it’s the single best program for learning about tools and techniques for sales, prospecting, investing, valuations, you name it.

Just a few highlights from the forum schedule:

Energy: New Approaches And Challenges For The Future: Land Use, Property Rights and Environment Forum (11/11 8:30-10:00 AM 303A)

Need to catch up on the latest ins and outs of land use for renewable energy? Former California Secretary of Agriculture A.G. Kawamura will discuss the value and benefit of various forms of renewable energy. A. G. brings not only a wealth of experience from government, he is a progressive urban farmer with a lifetime of experience working within the shrinking rural and urban boundaries of Southern California.

Meeting Global Buyer Expectations: International Forum (11/11 10:30-12:00 PM 204A)

The international property market is breathtaking in size and scope. Markets in international buying and selling into and out of the US added surges this year in the eleven figures to markets in the high tens of billions. The kind of panel that only NAR could assemble will keenly explore the lay of the land in this gargantuan market. Panel includes David Lau of Singapore’s ROOF Real Estate Group, David Lauster , CIPS, CRS, e-PRO of the US State Department, and Laura Leyser of Canada’s RE/MAX a-b Ltd. brokerage.

Economic Issues And Commercial Real Estate Business Trends Forum (11/11 12:30-2:30 PM 204A)

Not just for quants and wonks! Joining NAR’s economist Lawrence Yun to detail the year’s rise in commercial investment by looking at trends and examples from around the globe will be Real Estate Research Corporation’s Kenneth P. Riggs Jr., CCIM, CRE, and Robert M. White Jr., CRE of Real Capital Analytics of New York.



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