The Real Deal takes on Toronto next week!

Get your tickets to our March 30 event now

TRD New York /
Mar.March 26, 2016 04:00 PM

We’re less than one week away from The Real Deal‘s first-ever Real Estate Showcase and Forum in Toronto!

TRD is gearing up for an action-packed day in Canada’s biggest city, filled with networking, dealmaking and previewing the hottest new developments with top players in residential and commercial real estate. Over 3,000 of Canada’s top real estate professionals are expected to attend, and will have the exclusive opportunity to preview over 30 U.S. new developments.

Our three panels will dive into the hottest real estate trends and opportunities in key investment markets:

  • 1 p.m.: Q&A with the Wek: Investor and entrepreneur Michael Wekerle of “Dragon’s Den” talks Canadian real estate
  • 2:30 p.m.: Vacation properties: A look at the South Florida real estate market
  • 4 p.m.: Where’s best to invest in the U.S.? Examining residential and commercial markets in NYC and other large U.S. cities

Panelists include Canadian finance guru Michael Wekerle of Difference Capital Financial, Michael Stern of JDS Development Group, Sharif El-Gamal of Soho Properties, Phil Soper of Canadian mega brokerage Royal LePage, Mark McLean of the Toronto Real Estate Board, Rick Rush of Hodges Ward Elliott, J.D. Parker of Marcus & Millichap, Gil Dezer of Dezer Development, Carlos Rosso of Related Group, Jay Parker of Douglas Elliman Florida, and Dev Motwani of Merrimac Ventures.

To buy tickets to the event, click here. If you’re interested in participating as a sponsor, please contact [email protected]

For more information on The Real Deal’s U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum, click here.

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