WATCH: South Florida’s top resi brokers tackle the shifting real estate landscape

Panelists discussed slow market, pricing, sexual harassment in the industry and more

Nov.November 06, 2017 03:00 PM

The slow market, impact of Hurricane Irma and sexual harassment were among the talking points during the residential panel at The Real Deal’s Fourth Annual Miami Real Estate Showcase & Forum in October.

Ron Shuffield, Nancy Klock Corey, Andres Asion, Jay Parker and Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, were joined by moderator Stuart Elliott, TRD’s editor-in-chief, on the panel, titled “Finding the buyers: tackling a shifting residential landscape.”

Making sure sellers are educated is key to closing a deal in a slow market, Shuffield said.

Panelists also spoke candidly about sexual harassment in the industry in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein firestorm and the psychological impact of the now-viral images of Brickell’s flooded streets during Hurricane Irma.

Check out the full video above. – Katherine Kallergis

Produced by Jhila Farzaneh.

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