A new real estate conference is being offered for the Long Island market on October 19th. Here’s the announcement:
A new, one-day real estate conference called “Real Estate Next: Key Trends in Residential Real Estate and What You Need to Know About the Changing Market on Long Island” is set to take place on Oct. 19, 2006 at the Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Uniondale, N.Y.
Ron Roel, an accomplished former Deputy National Editor and Deputy Business Editor of Newsday is one of the conference organizers, invited me to participate in the conference. I am really looking forward to it.
I get to be a moderator for the opening morning session and on the panel for the lunch session.
_9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m._
Opening Panel: Suburbia is Dead! Long Live Suburbia! Are Long Islanders Seeking a More Urban Lifestyle—and What Does That Mean for the Housing Market?
Moderator: Jonathan Miller, President, Miller Samuel
Panelists: Chris Jones, Vice President, Regional Plan Association
James Morgo, Suffolk County Commissioner, Economic Development and Workforce Housing
Ron Stein, President, Vision Long Island
Geri Solomon, Assistant Dean, Long Island Studies Institute, Hofstra University
John Venditto, Supervisor, Town of Oyster Bay
Lunch and Panel Discussion: Beyond the Bubble: Where is the Regional Housing Economy Headed Next Year?
Moderator: Ron Roel, Real Estate Next
Panelists: Jonathan Miller, President, Miller Samuel
Dottie Herman, CEO, Prudential Douglas Elliman
Robert Campbell, Professor of Real Estate and Finance, Hofstra University
Henry Weber, President, RE/MAX of New York
John Cameron, Managing Partner, Cameron Engineering
Dr. Thomas Conoscenti, Urban Regional Economist, New York University