Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor the RealShare New York where partner Raymond Sanseverino will serve as a panelist on "The Outlook for Leasing: Do Tenants Have the Upper Hand, and Are Rents Headed Down and Vacancy Rates Headed Up?"
RealShare New York is a popular and well-attended informational and networking event for the New York area commercial real estate community. More than 550 commercial real estate executives attended RealShare New York in September 2007. With session topics covering the myriad of trends, patterns and associated challenges and opportunities in the New York City real estate spectrum, RealShare New York presents a highly-informative, thought-provoking day-long educational forum. Additionally, with ample networking time, RealShare New York provides attendees and speakers the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and develop new relationships.
In 2008 New York City real estate executives are questioning how long—and how severe—the national economic slowdown will be on New York, and the long-term impact of the capital markets dislocation on their day-to-day business. With a record $47 billion in investment sales activity in 2007, industry executives watched as less than one billion traded hands in Q1 of this year. What’s in store for 2008? And 2009? Could the infusion of foreign capital, due to the record low (and falling dollar) be a significant driver of new activity? How will deals get done in the coming year? What are the alternative financing solutions available in today’s climate?
RealShare New York will present panels of expert speakers to address the current market uncertainty, and the challenges and opportunities that exist in this questionable time period.