Real Estate Weekly
Image default
Featured Residential

MANAR to host international pow-wow

Some of the most prominent names in real estate will educate brokers on national and international markets at the third annual Manhattan Association of Realtors (MANAR) Global Real Estate Symposium on Wednesday, March 26.

Representatives from GPS Real Estate, the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI), Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) and National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) will talk about reaching across borders.

Kyle Kimball, of the Economic Development Corporation, Related’s Michael Samuelian, Stan Gale Jr. and William C. Rudin will discuss the appeal the Hudson Rail Yards, Roosevelt Island and Silicon Valley to international buyers.

LAWRENCE YUN
LAWRENCE YUN

And Dr. Lawrence Yun, chief economist, National Association of Realtors will host a question and answer session on the outlook for international interest in the American residential market.

“New York is the leading destination for the global buyer,” said Rick Wohlfarth, event chair and a past president of MANAR. “The MANAR Symposium will provide a platform for all stakeholders to gain insight into the investment potential of the market.”

The event will take place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the McGraw-Hill Conference Center, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan. The symposium will include lunch and a close-of-day cocktail party.

JANNO LIEBER
JANNO LIEBER

Steve Brown, president of the National Association of Realtors, and Janno Lieber, president, World Trade Center Properties, will give keynote addresses at the event, which will include panels on the needs of foreign buyers, Best Strategies for Servicing Global Clients and using Technology to Maximize Profits.

For registration information, call 718-928-3218 or go to http://manarrealtor.com/global2014/

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Related posts

Related Companies strikes historic deal with NYCHA

REW

Shawmut forms JV with minority builder NYCAN

REW

Building stalwart Sydney Engel dead at 98

REW