Phoenix, AZ – November 16, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — This generation’s “Great Recession” promises to have a profound effect, imposing spectacular changes in the way the real estate market operates. What are the new rules and trends now that the old world was changed by the capital markets bubble and its aftermath? How will this new structure change the way you operate your business?
On Wednesday, November 30, 2011, the Land Advisors Organization will bring together experts from the homebuilding, brokerage, financial and research industries for an interactive discussion on how current housing and land market conditions will affect real estate development now and in the future.
Keynote speakers at the Third Annual Metro Phoenix Land and Housing Forecast include Nishu Sood, Director, Deutsche Bank and Greg Vogel, CEO, Land Advisors Organization. A panel discussion, moderated by Ted Simons, Host and Managing Editor, Horizon-Channel 8, will include Joseph Carl Mulac, III, Executive Vice President, Avatar Properties, Inc., Mike Orr, Principal, Cromford Report and Sheryl Palmer, CEO, Taylor Morrison.
DATE: Wednesday, November 30, 2011
TIME: 2:30 Registration
5:00 Networking Reception
LOCATION: Sheraton Downtown Phoenix
COST: $100 per person ($125 after Nov. 29); $50 for public agencies and officials
$150 live webcast registration
All net proceeds benefit HopeKids, TGen Foundation, Center for Melanoma Research and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
If you’re interested in supporting this event and our chosen charities, please review the sponsorship opportunities available on our website.
About Land Advisors Organization
The Land Advisors Organization specializes in innovative land brokerage through deep market insight and unparalleled client relationships. With an exclusive focus on land, the Land Advisors Organization integrates current comprehensive information, cutting-edge technology and geographically specialized professionals to help our clients identify and capitalize on valuable opportunities in all kinds of economic environments.
The Land Advisors Organization employs a true collaborative brokerage model with offices located throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Utah and Texas.
For additional information, please visit www.landadvisors.com.
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Contact: Sheila Hamilton, 602-330-8039 or sheila (at) gettingitdone (dot) org