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NAIOP January Breakfast

The 2017 Oregon Legislature: How Will Commercial Real Estate & Development be Impacted

FRESH - First Real Estate Social Hour of 2017

The FRESH Event is brought to you by the Portland and Southwest Washington chapters of BOMA, CREW, ICSC, IREM, NAIOP and ULI. Please join them for this SUPER networking event to mingle with experienced and new real estate professionals and students, interact with peers and build relationships. Registration includes 2 drink tickets and snacks from Olympia Provisions!

LOCATION:

Olympic Mills Commerce Center & Olympia Provisions SE
107 SE Washington Street
Portland, OR 97214

OPB: Hot Hot Hot! Seattle, Portland Home Prices Rising Fastest In Nation

Read and listen to the original story from OPB.

Home prices in the Seattle and Portland metro areas are rising faster than anywhere else in the country right now — about twice as fast as the national average.

BOMA: Laws & Rules Required Course (LARRC)

This course is required for all Oregon Real Estate licensees to take during their 2-year renewal period.
Dave Hewett and Greg Levinson will once again be teaching this highly informative and exciting class!

3 hours of Oregon Real Estate continuing education credits will be given.

CREW November Program: What's in Store? The Mall in the New Millennium

Please join CREW Portland for an exciting program about the challenges and opportunities facing mall owners in the new millennium and the redevelopment program underway at the Lloyd Center mall. 

Lisa Fisher, Commercial Real Estate Specialist and Retail Tenant Representative with Lisa Fisher, LLC, will address “why it's a mall world after all” and walk us through how mall owners are attracting millennials and e-commerce, current trends in backfilling large vacancies, and omni channel marketing programs with retailers. 
 

Master of Real Estate Development Information Session

The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree noteworthy partnership between the School of Business Administration and the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning. Spend the evening with our MRED Academic Director, Dr. Gerard Mildner, and a current MRED student (or alumni) as they discuss how the programs curriculum can be tailored to your needs and career path.