PHOTOS: Inside TRD’s inaugural Future City summit in the Bahamas

Real estate's top brass gathered at the Baha Mar resort for the three-day event

TRD NATIONAL /
Feb.February 07, 2019 09:30 AM

The Real Deal‘s first executive summit took place last week in the Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas. About 200 of the industry’s top brass from around the country flew in to network, discuss and debate some of the biggest issues in the business right now. From making sense of proptech valuations, optimizing the Opportunity Zone program and the future of all facets of the industry, the three-day event was full of some of the top dealmakers. Check out the slideshow above to see some of the biggest names in attendance.


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