October Luncheon - Jennifer Podmore Russell

  • 24 Oct 2011
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Terminal City Club 837 West Hastings Street Vancouver BC

Registration

  • Members of MIABC
  • For members of the public wishing to attend this event.
  • Introduce the speaker and say a few words about you and your company. (Includes HST)

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Jennifer specializes in advisory work for the construction and development industry with a strong focus around real estate analysis within Western Canada.  She brings more than a decade of experience in real estate strategy, planning, management and development in all asset classes.  Her background in commercial real estate coupled with her ability to identify and translate market trends started in 2001 at Colliers International.  During her five years at the firm, she monitored and disseminated market analysis on real estate transactions and trends in Western Canada. 

She continued her career as a founder and past partner of MPC Intelligence, a real estate consultancy firm which focused on best and maximum use, planning and valuation studies for residentially focused developments.  She brings an expertise in trend analysis, demand forecasting, to market planning and opportunity assessment to clients and now Deloitte.

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Topic:  The influence of the Asian Buyer on the Metro Vancouver Housing Market

11:45 a.m. Registration
12:00 p.m. Lunch
12:45 p.m. Guest Speaker

Cost: $50.00 plus HST - MIABC Member
$70.00 plus HST - Non MIABC Member

(no shows will be charged)
Please ensure you register online by the Friday before the event date.

Note: No receipts will be issued. Please Print a copy of your registration page or notice. If you are paying by cheque (group of 5+ only) please make it payable to The Mortgage Investment Association of B.C. and present it to the event registration desk, when checking-in for the event.

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