Experts To Discuss Future of Residential Real Estate at NYU Center Today
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
What’s in store for New York City’s residential real estate market? Has the market reached the bottom yet? These questions and more will be answered by a panel of experts at a breakfast forum, titled “The Future of Residential Real Estate in NYC,” on Wednesday, March 17, at the Center for Real Estate Studies at New York Law School.
“The current economic climate has significantly affected the residential real estate market, creating both new opportunities and demand for greater sophistication in today’s real estate transactions,” said Andrew Berman, professor and director of the Center for Real Estate Studies. “The Center is proud to present this panel of industry leaders who will share their insights on the residential real estate market.”
Forum speakers include the following:
• Adam Leitman Bailey, the founding partner of Adam Leitman Bailey P.C., a boutique real estate firm. He practices residential and commercial real estate law in both New York and New Jersey and has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Law & Politics magazine. He has a real estate column in the New York Law Journal and his first book, The Insider’s Guide: What You Must Know When Buying a Home, is forthcoming later this year.
• Jonathan J. Miller is president and CEO of Miller Samuel, a real estate appraisal and consulting company. He serves on the mayor’s Economic Advisory Panel as a residential real estate sector representative and was selected as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Real Estate by the New York Observer, and called one of the top 25 Most Influential Real Estate Bloggers by Inman News.
• Elizabeth F. Stribling is president of Stribling and Associates, one of the most prestigious residential real estate companies in the country with a staff of more than 200 brokers. She sits on the Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of New York, and in 1995 was given the organization’s Henry Forster Memorial Award for an exceptional record of achievement in residential real estate.
The free event will take place beginning at 8:15 a.m. The Law School is at 185 West Broadway.
To register, call (212) 431-2135 or visit www.nyls.edu/realestate.