The Best CRE Events of 2018

Best CRE events
Lou Hong

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As a time-pressed CRE professional, it’s not always easy to know which events are worth your time and money. At Dealpath, we’re dedicated to finding the best CRE events for you. From renowned national conferences to thought-provoking forums, learn from thought leaders, network with industry insiders, and broker deals at these can’t-miss conferences. Be sure to check back throughout 2018 as new events are added!

  1. Multifamily Technology and Entrepreneurship Conference 2018 — March 7-8, San Francisco, CA

The Multifamily Technology and Entrepreneurship Conference is one of the foremost events for entrepreneurs and investors in multifamily real estate. The conference is all about fostering investments and forming strategic relationships, and it will be attended by CEOs and private equity investors from across the country.

  1. CRE // Tech (Her)oic — March 8, New York City

This March, CRE // Tech is celebrating the women who help keep the commercial real estate industry running. The event will feature the most influential female leaders of CRE, and will be widely attended by men and women alike.

  1. CRE // Tech Atlanta — March 15, Atlanta, GA

CRE // Tech is hosting an exceptional series of local events in 2018, the first of which will be hosted in Atlanta. Explore market trends with industry innovators like Michael Beckerman and Steve Weikal, and network with your peers in CRE technology.

  1. CRE // Tech Boston — April 19, Boston, MA

Hot on the heels of announcing their membership with the MIT Center for Real Estate, CRE // Tech is running a joint event between the two organizations featuring industry leaders and a lively panel discussing the most pressing issues in commercial real estate.

  1. ICSC RECon: Las Vegas — May 20-23, Las Vegas, NV

One of the preeminent CRE events of the year, ICSC RECon is the world’s largest gathering of retail real estate professionals. The convention brings together developers, owners, brokers, and retailers for 4 days of unparalleled business opportunities.

  1. Commercial & Multifamily Servicing & Technology Conference — May 20-23, Miami, FL

The Mortgage Bankers Association is hosting its annual conference this May, featuring engaging speakers and fast-paced networking. Learn about market trends and emerging technology at this one-of-a-kind event.

  1. MIT World RE Forum — May 21-22, Cambridge, MA

You won’t want to miss the MIT World Real Estate Forum this year. Billed as “the next frontier of real estate,” the conference brings together global real estate leaders and pioneering innovators for thought-provoking panels and far-reaching conversations that will change the way you think about commercial real estate.

  1. Realcomm 2018 — June 6-7, Las Vegas, NV

Realcomm will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its annual conference in 2018. Come see why CRE professionals from around the world comes back year after year to explore the technology and innovation that are powering commercial and corporate real estate into the future.

  1. ULI Fall Meeting — October 8-11, Boston, MA

Every year, the ULI Fall Meeting brings together 6,500 attendees and thought leaders from every sector of real estate. Meet investors, brokers, architects, and academics to build valuable relationships, tour Boston’s greatest real estate and cultural projects, and learn about the cutting-edge of real estate.

  1. CRE.Converge 2018 — October 15-17, Washington, DC

With over 1,500 commercial real estate leaders gathering, and hosted at the upscale Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC, the CRE.Converge 2018 event is poised to be one of the best of the year. The 3-day conference is made for executives to connect, learn, and make deals at what is being billed as “CRE’s hottest event.”

Before attending a CRE events, it’s always good to be up-to-speed on cutting-edge investment strategies. Check out our 7 Proven Strategies to Modernize Your Real Estate Deals to discover how to streamline workflows and close bigger, more complex deals.

Lou Hong

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