Mark your calendars: These are the top real estate webinars next week

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Mar.March 27, 2020 10:30 AM

Gatherings are out, but virtual gatherings are in. Here are some real estate webinars coming up next week.

Host: Mortgage Bankers Association
Date: April 1
Time: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST

The Mortgage Bankers Association is holding its webinar on Flex Office Space Wednesday. Listen to this session to hear how current trends in flexible office solutions impact lenders, property valuations and risk management. Speakers include Ken Biberaj of Savills and Richard Tsui of Nuveen Real Estate.

Host: Realcomm
Date: April 2
Time: Noon to 1:30 p.m. EST

Realcomm is holding its webinar on Privacy in Highly Connected Buildings on Thursday. This webinar will discuss the consequences and benefits of operating highly connected buildings. Emmanuel Daniel of Microsoft and Brian Schwartz of Macerich will be among the speakers.

Submit industry events to [email protected] and consider checking out TRD Talks Live, where you can find webinars featuring the most influential people in real estate. Future topics include hotels, investment sales and residential lending.


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