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Delaware Commercial Real Estate Forecast Summit May 20th

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The 2016 Delaware Commercial Real Estate Forecast Summit is scheduled for May 20th at Sheraton Suites, downtown Wilmington.  This year’s event will feature the following sessions:

Retail Update: Opportunities and trends – state of the market
• What type of leasing activity is occurring
• Recap on the market from the past 12 months – large deals, new tenants & trends
• Mixed-use projects
• How retailers are doing in today’s economy and who is still expanding in Delaware and why
• What’s in store for development in 2016/2017
• Future trends and leasing predictions and what’s on tap for future development

Evaluation of the office market & what tenants require today
• Vacancy rates: Delaware office market update  – state of the industry
• Leasing trends: what projects are leasing and why
• Factors driving demand in the office market
• How the needs of tenants affect what brokers need to know
• Requirements of tenants and terms today
• Predictions on where the office market will be in the next two years

Delaware apartment market/multifamily overview
• Apartment and multifamily market
• With vacancies at record lows, how Delaware stacks up compared to the rest of the U.S.
• Outside influences creating momentum in the apartment market
• Investment sales update – how apartment brokers are getting deals done today
• The changing fundamentals of apartments and multifamily
• New development vs. existing — where the opportunities are and why

Speakers include Benjamin “Buddy” Berger from Berger Harris, Pete Davisson of Jackson Cross Partners, Tripp Way of DSM Real Estate, Greg Ellis from Patterson-Woods, and Ann Bailey of NAI Emory Hill.

Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. Cost of the event is $129 for regular rate, $149 the day of the event. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1TXTx41.

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