Fordham Real Estate Institute at Lincoln Center Hosts Panel on Tax Reform's Impact on Real Estate

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Sold out event, co-hosted by the Real Estate Services Alliance, took place on January 24

The Fordham Real Estate Institute at Lincoln Center recently co-hosted a panel in partnership with the Real Estate Services Alliance (RESA) focused on the new tax bill and the impact on real estate.

The first panel in an ongoing event series hosted by the Real Estate Institute, 'Tax Reform’s Impact on the Real Estate Market', took place on Wednesday, January 24 at Fordham Law School in Manhattan.

The Fordham Real Estate Institute at Lincoln Center recently co-hosted a thought-provoking panel in partnership with the Real Estate Services Alliance (RESA) focused on the new tax bill and the impact it could have on the real estate market. The sold out event had more than 300 real estate executives in attendance.

Andrea Marais, associate dean of strategic marketing and enrollment at Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, kicked off the morning, followed by Christina Smyth, president of RESA. Keynote presenter Richard Shapiro, Director at Eisner Amper, reviewed the changes that individuals and businesses will face with the new tax bill, which was followed by a panel of market leaders discussing the impact on both the residential and commercial real estate markets. The panel included:

  • James Nelson, Vice Chairman at Cushman Wakefield (moderator)
  • Brad Klatt, Co-founder, Roseland Property Company, Canoe Brook Partners
  • Jimmy Hinton, Managing Director of Research, HFF
  • Jonathan Miller, CEO, Miller Samuel Inc.
  • Stephen DeNardo, CEO, RiverOak Investment Corp.
  • Mike Stattery, SVP Research, Real Estate Board of New York

The first panel in an ongoing event series hosted by the Real Estate Institute, “Tax Reform’s Impact on the Real Estate Market”, took place on Wednesday, January 24 at Fordham Law School in Manhattan. The event was sponsored by Sahn Ward Coschigano, PLLC; Rampart Insurance Services; Madison Realty Capital; and Girona Ventures. The next event, which will take place on Tuesday, February 13, will feature Michael Stoler moderating a panel discussion on Transit-Oriented Development.

For more information about the Fordham Real Estate Institute, visit http://www.fordham.edu/realestate. For more information about RESA, visit http://resanyc.com/.

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Photo left to right: Andrea Marais, Associate Dean of Strategic Marketing and Enrollment, Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies; Brad Klatt, Co-founder, Roseland Property Company, Canoe Brook Partners; Jonathan Miller, CEO, Miller Samuel Inc; James Nelson, Vice Chairman, Cushman Wakefield; Richard Shapiro, Director, Eisner Amper; Jimmy Hinton, Managing Director of Research, HFF; Stephen DeNardo, CEO, RiverOak Investment Corp.; Mike Slattery, SVP Research, Real Estate Board of New York; Robert Morgenstern, Director, Fordham University Real Estate Institute

ABOUT THE FORDHAM REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE
The Fordham Real Estate Institute currently offers a comprehensive array of professional certificates, and a Master of Science in Real Estate, at its campuses in Lincoln Center and Westchester, New York. Serving professionals and owners/investors of all stripes, the certificate program has seven specialized tracks: Real Estate Finance and Investment, Real Estate Financial Modeling, Commercial Real Estate Credit Analysis, Real Estate Development, Construction Project Management, Commercial Property Management and Residential Property Management. The MSRE curriculum presents the essential elements of real estate finance, investment, development and management. Both programs developed and taught by leading industry practitioners are centered on imparting real-world professional skill sets. Flexibility and convenience are program hallmarks: classes can be taken in-person, online, and at various paces. For more information, visit
https://www.fordham.edu/realestate.

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