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Mortgage Bankers Association of NY
5th Annual Real Estate Lending Summit

Co-Hosted with Fordham Real Estate Institute

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
The greater New York City Metropolitan area has always been an excellent study for economic growth that other regions use as a guide for their communities. And when it comes to issues in real estate and lending, there is no better place to go for insight and knowledge than the MBA of New York’s Real Estate and Lending Summit. If you’re involved in residential or commercial real estate in the greater NYC area, you’ll want to mark your calendars for the 5th Annual Real Estate and Lending Summit (RELS) April 2, 2019, at Fordham University Law School, Lincoln Center Campus.

This full-day educational conference will explore the state's residential and commercial real estate markets, regulatory and compliance challenges, and emerging trends that are influencing the industry. The annual conference attracts over 175 appraisers, attorneys, brokers, CMBS professionals, construction management/engineers, lenders, mortgage bankers, and real estate sales and brokers. With representatives from academia, mortgage banking, legal and private business sectors, the Summit has an impressive lineup of featured speakers and informative sessions and includes some of the top real estate professionals in New York.

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REI, BCW and Westchester County logos

Behind the Headlines: What Opportunity Zones Really Mean for Westchester Real Estate

Friday, April 5, 8 - 10:30 a.m.
800 Westchester Avenue, Rye Brook, New York

Opportunity zones represent the biggest trend to impact commercial real estate in years. This hot topic is being talked about everywhere but it's been hard to get a full picture...until now. We've assembled the brightest minds in the industry who will offer thought-provoking insights on Opportunity Zones and how they will impact Westchester's future.

Keynote Speakers
James Nelson: Principal, Head of Tri-State Investment Sales, Avison Young
Louis Tuchman: Partner; Member, Executive Committee; Chair, Tax Department, Herrick Feinstein LLP

Panel 1: The Wizards of "OZ"

Moderator
Timothy Oberweger, Esq, Vice President, Stewart Title

Panelists
Andrew Donchez, Vice President-Development, Mill Creek Residential
Sarah Jones-Maturo, President and CEO, RM Friedland
Brandon Lacoff, CEO of Belpointe Companies
Abe Schilssenfeld, CPA, EA, Co-Partner-in Charge of Real Estate Group, Marks Paneth

Special Presentation
Opportunity Zones-Perspectives from New York State
Pravina Raghaven, EVP, Small Business & Technology Development, Empire State Development

Panel 2: Shaping the Future of Westchester Cities and Towns

Moderator
Jonathan Drapkin, President & CEO, Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress

Panelists to Date
Luiz Aragon, Commissioner of Development, New Rochelle
Carl Fulgenzi, Town Supervisor, Mount Pleasant
Wilson Kimball, Commission of Planning and Development, Yonkers
Eric Zamft, AICP, Director of Planning and Economic Development, Port Chester

Admission is $50

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Event Partners

Stewart Title and CoCommunications

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Special event sponsor

FIABCI- International Real Estate Federation

USA International Symposium

April 27, 2019

8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Fordham Law School – 150 West 62nd Street

Daylong symposium on the world economy: Where are the hottest places to invest in real estate outside of the U.S, tax implications of overseas investments, and more.

Panelists to include Richard Koss, Former Director of IMF Global Housing Watch

 

Real Estate Services Alliance

May 7, 2019

8:00 – 10:30 a.m.

 

She Builds Brooklyn

May 17, 2019

She Builds Brooklyn

Slaying Dragons

9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

The Williamsburg Hotel   96 Wythe Avenue    Brooklyn, NY 11249

Join MaryAnne Gilmartin, CEO of L&L MAG, Toby Moskowitz, CEO at Heritage Equity Partners and other leaders in the Brooklyn Real Estate market as they identify how to overcome the key challenges in the Brooklyn market and what’s next for the second most densely populated county in the United States.

 

Professional Women in Construction

July 10, 2019

8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.      Fordham Law School – 150 West 62nd Street      

Info to come

 

Counselors of Real Estate/Columbia University

Real Estate Development Event

October 10, 2019

8-10:30 am

Info to come