The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber is concluding our successful 2011 Forecast Series with the “Real Estate Forecast” presented by eTitle’s Brian Henry and Robert Pliska of the real estate firm Sperry Van Ness. The forecast breakfast is scheduled from 7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday, May 12, at The Townsend Hotel in downtown Birmingham.
Our real estate forecast always is one of the most anticipated of the series, and this year’s offering will be no different. The Chamber has conducted a Real Estate forecast for years because of the critical role both the residential and commercial property rates play in a community’s overall health.
Because home foreclosures have been such a hot topic in the past two years, we have tapped an expert in this area to discuss both the business and legal aspects surrounding this timely issue. Brian Henry serves as Loan Resolution Counsel for Orlans Associates PC, working with homeowners, lenders and legislators on loan modification processes, short sales and other loss mitigation tools
Joining Henry on the panel is Robert Pliska, a longtime Chamber member and familiar face around town. Pliska serves as a managing director for Sperry Van Ness, specializing in the sale and financing of multifamily, retail, office and industrial properties in the Michigan market.
We at the Chamber are very happy to be able to provide critical information through the Real Estate Forecast that impacts such a large segment of our terrific communities. To register, visit the Chamber’s Web site at www.bbcc.com
Have you released this year's forecast? I hope I could have a copy of this.ReplyDelete
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Its such a shame that I missed this events. I have so many questions regarding mortgage leads.ReplyDelete
Your forecast is definitely what people are waiting for. I can't wait to hear your prediction about the housing industry.ReplyDelete
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