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New York Real Estate Expo Set to Inspire Industry

Diana Hubert The Economic Times
EVERYTHING REAL ESTATE: Exhibitors and attendees mingle among the booths at the 2009 NYC Network Real Estate Expo. The 2010 Expo takes place at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square on Nov. 5. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)

EVERYTHING REAL ESTATE: Exhibitors and attendees mingle among the booths at the 2009 NYC Network Real Estate Expo. The 2010 Expo takes place at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square on Nov. 5. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)


NEW YORK—Distress, lending, wealth, green building, new rules… the list of topics covered at the upcoming NYC Network Real Estate Expo reads as an “all you need to know about real estate in New York.”



From Robert Knakal’s talk on the midterm elections and “How They May Impact Commercial Real Estate Values,” to William Procida’s distressed property seminar, the Mariott Marquis in Times Square will be buzzing on Nov. 5.

Many real estate professionals are gearing up for the event, with organizers anticipating up to 4,000 attendees, double the figure from last year. 

"Though many debate about the current state and future of our real estate market, one thing remains clear, it is imperative for industry professionals to keep abreast of the latest trends and changes, and stay on top of the best products and services that our areas businesses have to offer," said expo executive director Anthony Kazazis in a statement.

Featuring over 160 booths, many experts in fields ranging from property development to home inspectors, marketing specialists, bankers, and brokers will be on site. 

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