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The Global Real Estate Summit NYC returns next month for its 12th year.

Embracing the theme of “Mapping the Global Future,” the day-long event will be held Monday, October 22, at the New York Marriott Marquis in midtown.

Presented by the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors (HGAR) and the Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR) noted real estate strategist Stefan Swanepoel will join some 20 other presenters and panelists for an event expected to attract more than 600 international stakeholders from the real estate, development, investment, lending, technology, and legal industries.

“The face of real estate is changing in many ways and the globalization of real estate brokerage is playing a significant role in the changing paradigm,” said Sandy Krueger, SIBOR CEO.

“This conference and others like it are key to helping real estate professionals to participate and succeed in providing service to this growing segment of the market.”

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) are serving as the Platinum Sponsors of the event.

Topics include working with foreign nationals and strategies for building cities in a globalized world.

Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist and SVP Research for NAR, and Jessica Edgerton, Executive VP, Operations and Corporate Counsel, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, will also be featured speakers.

Panelists include Scott Durkin, President and COO, Douglas Elliman Real Estate; Michael Cobb, Chairman and CEO, ECI Development; Leonard Steinberg, Chief Evangelist, Compass; as well as professionals from Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, The Jills Group, Purplebricks, American Homes Group, members of the NYC media and many others.

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