Julie Melander, CRE, moderated an International Council of Shopping Centers’ panel on the “Workforce of the Future – Diversity Inclusion and Equity” at its Southeast Conference & Deal Making event in Atlanta.
Joshua Harris, Ph.D., CRE, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal for the article “E-Commerce Made Warehouses Hot. Trade War Could Cool Them Down.” Read here.
David M. Kirk, CRE, MAI, FRICS, wrote the byline “Appraising and Underwriting during Periods of Inflection” in the New England Real Estate Journal. Read here.
K.C. Conway, CRE, MAI, discusses “Retail ‘e-volution’ and Predictions for 2025” in Institutional Real Estate’s Newsline podcast series. Listen here.
“It’s a Season of Uncertain Opportunities,” by Bill Norton, CRE, was featured in New Hampshire Business Review. Read here.
Neil Madsen, CRE, James Nelson, CRE, and Hugh Kelly, Ph.D., CRE, addressed the late cycle real estate playbook at a forum co-hosted by Fordham Real Estate Institute (REI), Columbia University, The Counselors of Real Estate, and the Real Estate Board of New York.
Doug Prickett, CRE, CCIM, MAI, was a panelist on S & P Global’s “The Impact of Opportunity Zones on CRE Markets” webcast. Learn more.
Douglas M. Poutasse, CRE, spoke at a CREW Boston luncheon on real estate investing late in the cycle.
Jim Costello, CRE, spoke with globest.com on the impact of rent control on multifamily cap rates. Read here.
RE Tech Advisors, in partnership with Mercatus, published the blog “The ESG Trifecta for Real Assets: Why You Need Strategy, Technology, and Process to be Successful.” Deborah Cloutier, CRE, is the president and founder of RE Tech Advisors. Read more.
Eric Garfield, CRE, MAI, CCIM, Richard Roddewig, CRE, MAI, FRICS, Robert Dietrich, CRE, MAI, CCIM, and Steve Friedman, CRE, FRICS, spoke at the Appraisal Institute’s 2019 IRS Valuation Summit. Topics included the estate tax, syndicated conservation easements, minority interest discounts, and opportunity zones.
Jonathan Schein, CRE, moderated a panel on affordable housing investment presented by The NHP Foundation. The foundation’s mission is to preserve and increase service-enriched affordable rental housing.
William H. Brownfield, CRE, CCIM, was interviewed on leases and escalations by Rice University’s Gerald D. Hines Chair, Jefferson Duarte, Ph.D., CRE, as part of a series for the school’s real estate and finance graduate students. Watch the video.