Real estate professionals across the country have experienced heightened challenges in recent years with Detroit at the forefront:
“If there's any city that symbolizes the most extreme effects of the nation's economic crisis and, in particular, America's housing crisis, it is Detroit.” Detroit’s real estate evolution has become a major media focus and what happens here will define future development on a national scale.
Discover how to thrive, learn best practices, and understand how relevant developments are key to community success when real estate professionals from across the industry gather on November 9 and 10 in Detroit for the 25th Annual University of Michigan and Urban Land Institute Real Estate Forum.
Through a combination of presentations by leading local, regional and national real estate practitioners, workshops and guided bus and walking tours, the Forum provides valuable lessons in real estate development and highlights real estate investment and development opportunities across the greater Detroit area.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the UM/ULI Real Estate Forum and a fitting celebration will recognize this milestone. Join us in Detroit for another exciting two-days of timely and informative real estate sessions!
About the Forum
The UM/ULI Real Estate Forum is a non-profit volunteer organization. We are dedicated to enhancing real estate education both professionally and on the university level. We seek to act as an umbrella organization for other professional organizations interested in our goals and assisting the University of Michigan in promoting scholarship and professionalism in the real estate community.
For questions about the Forum and Sponsorship Opportunities contact Don Taylor at (517) 403-4469 or firstname.lastname@example.org.