Buy your tickets to The Real Deal’s fourth annual Miami real estate event!

New panelists confirmed for Oct. 26 event at Soho Studios

New York /
Jul.July 26, 2017 03:50 PM

Mark your calendars, real estate pros — The Real Deal’s fourth annual South Florida Real Estate Showcase and Forum is going down Oct. 26 at Soho Studios in Wynwood!

Last fall we had a blockbuster showcase, with packed panels and more exhibitors than ever. This year we expect an equally full house and have included a limited number of VIP tickets that entitle you to a front-row seat at our panel discussions.

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Attendees will be treated to a full day of programming (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.), with four panels exploring and analyzing every aspect of the real estate market, as well as a host of local merchants providing food and drinks. Confirmed panelists include Ron Shuffield (EWM Realty International), Alicia Cervera (Cervera Real Estate) and Andres Asion (Miami Realty Estate Group).

Stay tuned for information on panel topics and panelists.

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

For sponsorship opportunities, email [email protected].


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