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

TRD New York /
Apr.April 27, 2020 08:30 AM

Safely attend a real estate event by taking part in one of these webinars next week.

Host: Bisnow

Date: April 30

Time: 2 p.m. EST

Bisnow is holding its webinar on Bracing for Multifamily Impact Thursday. Listen to this session to gain insight on how owners are coping with expanding tenant needs and health concerns amid economic uncertainty. Speakers include Brian Peters of Rose Associates and Jamie Gorski of Windsor Communities.

Host: Mortgage Bankers Association

Date: May 1

Time: 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST

The Mortgage Bankers Association is holding its Commercial Real Estate & Covid-19 webinar Friday. Register to hear a rotating panel of industry leaders share their perspectives on new developments related to the pandemic’s impact on commercial real estate. David Harrison of PNC Real Estate and Claudia Steeb of JLL Capital Markets will be among the speakers.

Submit industry events to [email protected] and check 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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