TRD’s Broward County showcase is less than a week away

TRD New York /
Apr.April 14, 2017 10:40 AM

In just six days, The Real Deal South Florida is heading to Broward County to bring together more than 3,000 of South Florida’s biggest names – from brokers, developers and designers to investors and homebuyers – for a day of networking and learning.

This year, we’re going even bigger and even better. Guests will be treated to an in-depth look at new developments and industry products while networking with top real estate investors and professionals.

The Event Will Take Place at the Design Center of the Americas in Dania Beach on April 20 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Buy your tickets to TRD’s third annual Broward Real Estate Forum and Showcase

Confirmed panelists include Louise Sunshine (Sunshine Group), Shahab Karmely (KAR Properties), Richard Sarkis (Reonomy), Peggy Fucci (One World), Gonzalo Navarro (ArX Solutions), Bob Zangrillo (Dragon Global), Jerry Hollo (FECR), Jimmy Tate (Tate Development), Mike Pappas (Keyes Company), Tim Elmes (Coldwell Banker), Paula Silberberg (Douglas Elliman) and Beth Butler (Compass). This year’s topics include:

-The economics of development amid a new administration and continuing global market uncertainty
-Looking at how technology — including easy access to big data — will transform the South Florida real estate industry
-The future of the residential market in Broward as we hit the post-peak segment of the cycle

Didn’t make it to our last South Florida event? Here’s a look at what you missed:

All attendees will receive a copy of the now quarterly South Florida Magazine. Check out the latest edition edition of the South Florida Market Report here.

For sponsorship opportunities email [email protected].


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