CRE Specialty Interest Groups are interactive Business Forums providing Counselors invaluable opportunities to regularly collaborate, exchange information, offer perspective, and pose questions to CREs of similar specialty in an atmosphere of trust and cooperation.
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Asset and Property Management
An interactive discussion of asset and property management issues. What are we up against? What are the possibilities and concerns that characterize today's marketplace and how do we address them?
John Viggers, CRE
Regional Vice President, Cushman & Wakefield Iowa Commercial Advisors
Bob Rajewski, CRE
Professor of Practice, Undergraduate Program Director - Temple University/Partner in PGain LLC
Counselors in the Classroom
This Interest Group will actively explore opportunities and initiatives Counselors of Real Estate might pursue to contribute to the academic community in ways that particularly resonate with today's real estate professors and students.
Bill Kinn, CRE
Partner, Kinn Real Estate LLC
Brett Pelletier, CRE
Chief Operating Officer, Kirk & Company: Real Estate Counselors
Borrowers are seeking debt restructure. Funds in distressed arenas are actively raising money. Where is future capital going to come from? What is the situation if you're a borrower or lender today and down the road?
Tom Fink, CRE
Senior Vice President, Managing Director, Trepp, LLC
Tom Curtin, CRE
Managing Director- Real Estate, State Street Global Advisors
Housing and Social Services
Will COVID-19 alter the rebirth of urban living which had been underway? Multifamily housing fundamentals are strong. Will that change? What will be the impact on senior housing? Student housing?
Brad Weinberg, CRE
Partner, Novogradac & Company LLP
Kim Betancourt, CRE
Director of Economics and Multifamily Research, Fannie Mae
Counselors play an important role advising on public sector infrastructure projects, designing solutions for complex problems, and often assembling public private partnerships on everything from roads to utilities to structures and more. How are these deals coming together? What is state-of-the-art? How do we overcome the unique challenges of these projects?
Judith Amoils, CRE
President, Thinking Strategy: New Paradigms, Inc.
Korin Crawford, CRE
Executive Vice President, Griffin|Swinerton
Leasing: Tenant Rep and General
Valerie Pontiff, CRE
Managing Partner, Mohr Partners
Martin Moore, CRE
Senior Vice President, CBRE
Legal and Insurance
So much has happened so quickly in today's convoluted and uncertain world that it is difficult to fully analyze and digest the vast number of issues relating to property rights and individual liberties that surface on a daily basis. Let's Talk.
Joanne Phillips, Esq., CRE
Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Leslee Lewis, JD., CRE
Managing Partner, Dickinson Wright PLLC
Prop Tech and Technology
Tom Shircliff, CRE
Co-Founder and Principal, Intelligent Buildings, LLC
Demetrios Louziotis, Jr., CRE
Partner, Pavonis Group
SALT: State and Local Taxes
Todd Jones, CRE
Anne Joyner Sheehan, CRE
Chief Executive Officer, Real Property Tax Advisors
In this unusual time, how do you appraise commercial real estate properties? A new set of assumptions have emerged - and uncertainties abound. What will be the (new) normal now and in the future?
Don Bouchard, CRE
Senior Vice President, Lincoln Property Company