PHOTOS: LA’s top industry players gather for TRD ‘s Residential Showcase

Developer Don Peebles, Compass agent Sally Forster Jones and others discussed the state of the market at The London West Hollywood on Friday

Jun.June 25, 2019 05:00 PM
From left: Jennifer Berman, Louisette Geiss, Don Peebles, Alexandra Tieu, and Kofi Nartey (Credit: Jeff Newton)Yvonne AriasFrom left: James Weekley, Leanna McAnulty, Priyanka Banerjee, Peter Hernandez and Ivan Estrada (Credit: Jeff Newton)From left: Damón Benefield, Licica Benefield, and Justin Spio (Credit: Jeff Newton)From left: Jennifer Berman, Berman & Pollinger; Joyce Rey, Coldwell Banker; Ivan Estrada, Douglas Elliman; Sally Forster Jones, Compass; and Aaron Kirman, Compass (Credit: Jeff Newton)The crowd at The Real Deal's residential real estate showcase (Credit: Jeff Newton)From left: Jennifer Berman, Louisette Geiss, Alexandra Tieu, and Kofi Nartey (Credit: Jeff Newton)TRD Publisher Amir KorangyPeebles Corp. founder Don PeeblesDamón Benefield and Licica Benefield in the crowd at The Real Deal's residential real estate showcase (Credit: Jeff Newton)From left: Robert Mackey and Kofi Nartey (Credit: Jeff Newton)

At The Real Deal Los Angeles’ Residential Showcase and Forum, the great sales slowdown was the hottest topic of discussion. Over 250 professionals gathered to hear the expert analysis of the market from top industry players at The London West Hollywood on Friday.

Attendees included Compass’ Sally Forster Jones and Coldwell Banker’s Joyce Rey, who discussed social media and guerilla marketing; while Douglas Elliman’s Ernie Carswell and The Property Lab’s Yvonne Arias talked about the sales and inventory in some of the hottest neighborhoods in the city. Peebles Corp. founder Don Peebles led a discussion on how to create a more diverse industry and announced the launch an ambitious and innovative fund targeting minority developers in the process.

Missed the event? Check out the above slideshow.

(All photos by Jeff Newton)

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