Back and better than ever!
175 proposed new towers with nearly 22,500 units and counting (in South Florida).
Information Management Network (IMN) is excited to be back in the condo market after a 7 year absence. We are especially excited to be in Miami, the epicenter of the newest condo craze. This conference won't be limited to South Florida though. With headlines like these how can we?
New Jersey Condo Market Heats Up
Demand for condos in Washington D.C.-area market intensifies
With Luxe (Atlanta) Condo Market Hot, Can New Tower Be Far Off
Honolulu's condo market keeps getting hotter
(NY) Condo market reawakens
And that was just the first page of a Google search...
IMN will again provide a senior-level audience of condo owners, developers and financiers as well as their real estate private equity, REIT and operating company partners to discuss the current condo climate, reacquaint with old business associates and meet new potential partners. This is a must attend event so please mark the dates in your calendar and we look forward to seeing you in Miami.
Who Should Attend
IMN looks forward to seeing you in Miami. Don’t forget to reference discount code “GFM” when registering for 10% savings.
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