How can government agencies assist with difficult properties? What issues need to be addressed in the due diligence process? Where are the legal land mines and what can you do about them? What are the options for re-positioning challenged properties? These and other timely questions will be addressed by local government officials and real estate experts. Featured speakers include Bonita Springs City Manager Carl Schwing, Lee County Community Development Director Mary Gibbs, real estate attorneys Steve Hartsell and Denis Noah, environmental engineer Gordon Walters, civil engineer Mike Morris, and developers Tim Byal of Miromar Development and Tom Danahy of Kitson & Partners. The presenters will conduct a question and answer session at the end of each segment, to address specific issues confronted by the attendees.
REIS President Kevin M. Fitzgerald, notes that "These are unusual times for Southwest Florida and REIS is pleased to provide a forum with knowledge and ideas that will help its members and our community succeed in this dynamic environment. Attendees will learn to identify pitfalls and opportunities in the current marketplace and the solutions and strategies to deal with them successfully. The presenters are all leading experts in their respective fields, who are willing to share their expertise with property owners, investors, and professionals in the commercial real estate industry.”
The half-day workshop will begin at 8 a.m. Thursday, September 22nd, in the Pelican Preserve Clubhouse, on Colonial Boulevard one mile east of I-75 exit 136, in Fort Myers. Admission is $25 for members of REIS, ULI, and NAIOP, $15 for active college students, and $45 for all other interested persons. Seating is limited and reservations are required by September 16th. Reservations may be made online at www.reis-swfl.org.
“Challenges and Strategies for Property Development Today,” is sponsored by Urban Land Institute (ULI) – Southwest Florida, HSA Engineers & Scientists, Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, Attorneys at Law, and NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association. REIS is an independent professional organization, dedicated to assisting members in the effective utilization of real estate through networking, education, public service, and a common voice on pertinent issues. REIS information and program schedule are available at www.reis-swfl.org.
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