Post-Election: The Future of Real Estate at Real Estate Connect 2013

Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Once the election is over, the question quickly becomes one of where the economy is headed. For buyers, sellers, homeowners and real estate professionals the question is how the economy will impact the real estate industry.

Real Estate Connect, produced by Inman News ®, is scheduled January 16-18 in New York City. Known as the hub of finance, media and fashion, Manhattan is rapidly becoming a force in technology and innovation. Home to the new media and Internet companies of “Silicon Alley”, the Big Apple is the perfect gathering place for a conference founded on these principles.

“We are at a pivotal time in the industry. Uncertainty, emerging technology, and the global market are at the forefront of everyone’s mind,” said Brad Inman, founder of Inman News. “Real Estate Connect in New York City could not come at a more opportune time and I could not be more excited to have speakers like Rich Barton, founder of Expedia and co-founder of Zillow, Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, and Reshma Saujani, founder and chair of Girls Who Code.”

In addition to showcasing some of the most innovative speakers both inside and outside the industry, Real Estate Connect NYC 2013 will include a first ever invitation-only CEO retreat to provide thought leaders the opportunity to gather and explore current trends and technology at an exclusive Manhattan venue, and a not-to-be missed afternoon dedicated to the globalization of real estate.

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Katie Lance
Inman News