Comeback theme of DU Forecast

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The theme of this year’s Rocky Mountain Commercial Real Estate Expo and DU Fall Forecast, is simple: Real Estate Comeback.

More than 1,000 real estate professionals are expected to attend the 17th annual event from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 10 at the Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St., in downtown Denver.

The event, hosted by the University of Denver’s Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management and the Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors, will be held from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St. in downtown Denver.

The event, which represents one of the largest gatherings of commercial real estate professionals in Denver, includes presentations, workshops and networking opportunities that provide attendees with the latest information on commercial submarkets and product types in the Denver metropolitan area, as well as, many Front Range communities.  Those attending are eligible to receive six hours of continuing education credit.

Scheduled topics to be discussed by panels of experts include:

  • National and regional updates.
  • An employment forecast that will explore industries that are creating jobs in Colorado.
  • Transportation and development: What is moving Colorado forward.
  • A future forecast.

In addition to real estate experts, top officials from companies such as Vestas Blades America Inc., and DaVita Inc., are scheduled to serve on panels. Also, Lon Walsh, managing broker of Your Castle Real Estate, is scheduled to host a workshop on how to use social media to driver more business.

Bill Mosher, senior marketing director of the Trammell Crow Co., will be lauded with an honorary dean designation. Mosher also will be one of the panel members providing insights into the economy.

The 2011 Project of the Year also will be announced at the event.

To register, or for more information, including a detailed speaker list and schedule, visit this expo link.

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John Rebchook

John Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky Mountain News, he wrote about residential and commercial real estate for 26 years. He has won numerous awards for business stories and columns that he wrote, both as an individual and part of teams. In addition to real estate, he also covered economic development, banking and financing, the airlines, and cable TV for the Rocky. In addition, he was one of the original freelance writers for GlobeSt.com, covering commercial real estate for the Internet publication.

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