The Realtors Commercial Alliance of MIAMI (RCA MIAMI) announces the annual RCA Super Conference & Commercial Real Estate Expo on November 19 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami, Florida.
More than 10 national, regional and local speakers address a wide variety of commercial real estate topics including a commercial outlook for 2011, distressed properties, commercial investment, international business, and SBA lending. These leading industry experts will identify important opportunities, discuss various segments of the industry and address current challenges in the South Florida commercial marketplace.
Michael Chriszt, assistant vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, as the keynote luncheon speaker will present ‘South Florida Commercial: International Investment in the Magic City.’
“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to speak at RCA Miami. Trade and tourism play such an important role in the economy of Southeast Florida, and the relationship to the commercial real estate market is significant,” says Chriszt. “More generally, a look at where the Miami economy is heading is an important part of any conversation regarding commercial real estate.”
Additional Programming and Speakers:
- The State of Commercial Distressed with John Cuticelli, Jr., CEO of Racebrook, a New York based commercial distressed asset firm managing over $10 billion in assets and one of only 13 recipients of TALF money.
- Opportunities in Commercial Distressed featuring George A. Pincus of Stearns Weaver Miller on uncovering and executing distressed asset deals.
- Commercial Investment: Let’s Make a Deal highlighting international, multi-family, office and retail opportunities – presented by Ariel Bentata of Beacon Investments, Peter Crovo of Seagis Property Group LP and Pryse Elam of New Boston Fund.
- SBA 504: Where the Money Is, one of the most prevalent and flexible forms of commercial lending and its criteria, with John Dunn of the SBA and lending panel.
Other speakers will include Oscar Hernandez of Euro Bank, Eduardo Gesio of Florida Business Development Corporation, and Vijay K. Sawh of Bank of America.
Cost for RCA MIAMI members and members of partner organizations is $79 and $99 for non-members. Luncheon tables of eight (8) are available for $600, which includes premium seating and company signage. To register and for more information go to www.MiamiRE.com, e-mail [email protected], or call 305.468.7060. Lunch is included with registration.