seen and heard at recent realshare conferences
Hundreds of executives packed the grand ballroom at the Adolphus Hotel.
More than 350 commercial real estate xecutives attended the annual RealShare Distressed Assets conference, held last month at the Adolphus Hotel
here, for networking opportunities and to
hear from over 40 market experts on 10
different panels. The event focused on the
effects of the capital markets meltdown, surviving the capital crisis and where the best
buying opportunities lie. It also took an
in-depth look at the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corp.’s asset disposition programs.
The RealShare Conference Series is produced by
ALM’s Real Estate Media Group, publisher of REAL
ES TA TE FORUM. To read more about this conference
and others visit
www.GlobeSt.com. Information on
upcoming RealShare events and the new
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Jon Barry of Colliers
the lead-off panel
Sectors in Focus.
“Vulture funds are having a hard time deploying capital since the
bulk of distressed deals are smaller than $5 million,” revealed
Alan Pontius of Marcus & Millichap.
“Once we work
through some of the
related to occupancy,
we walk right into
Mazzetti of Cohen