Resi rumble: Liebman, Lorber to face off at TRD’s showcase and forum

Brokerage rivals join lineup at The Real Deal's NYC real estate event on May 15

TRD New York /
May.May 12, 2017 10:13 AM

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The Corcoran Group CEO Pamela Liebman and Douglas Elliman chairman Howard Lorber will sit down one-on-one during The Real Deal‘s NYC Real Estate Showcase and Forum on Monday, May 15 at 12:30 p.m.

The two residential rivals led TRD‘s most recent ranking of the city’s top Manhattan firms, with Elliman edging out Corcoran with the highest number of agents, number of listings and listing dollar volume.

The industry heavy-hitters will duke it out during our 10th annual showcase and forum, which kicks off at noon at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. To catch the conversation, as well as three information-packed panels and a sneak peek of the hottest projects around town, buy your tickets today.

Here’s what else is in the line-up:

— The impact the Trump administration will have on the real estate industry: How protectionism, bank deregulation and changes to the tax structure will affect the NYC market
— Looking at the post-peak luxury new development market: Selling in an increasingly competitive landscape
— Gauging the commercial slowdown: Amid a shift in activity and broker reshuffling, what’s next for the market?

To find out more information about the event, click here.


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