Valley’s top market leaders come together for CoreNet Global Arizona’s “Midyear Market Update: Brokers’ Perspective”

The 2016 commercial real estate industry in the Valley is showing signs of growth at midyear. But what lies ahead for the next six months in regards to job creation, vacancy rates and available capital?

These and other topics will be discussed at the “Midyear Market Update: Brokers’ Perspective,” presented by CoreNet Global Arizona, June 9, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Phoenix Country Club.

Leading the discussion will be Chris Toci, Executive Director in the Capital Markets Group at Cushman & Wakefield. Panelists include Tiffany Winne, Senior Vice President, Branch Manager, Savills Studley; Bob Mulhern, Senior Managing Director, Colliers International; and Dennis Desmond, Senior Managing Director, JLL.

Toci, who began his career as an investment broker in 1998, is a consistent top performer for Cushman & Wakefield. He has served as keynote speaker for CoreNet Global Arizona’s “Phoenix Rising” the past few years. He also offers market analysis and personal insights to industry publications such as AZRE magazine, Commercial Executive Magazine, and Western Real Estate Business.

As Senior VP in the Phoenix office of Savills Studley, Winne leads the day-to-day operations, recruitment, training and development, and research and marketing initiatives. Mulhern manages the brokerage operations of Colliers offices in Phoenix and Scottsdale with more than 100 professionals. Desmond has supervisory responsibility for JLL’s office and industrial agency brokerage and research capabilities in Arizona.

Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by the presentation. Price is $35 for CoreNet Global Arizona members and $70 for non-members and includes the program, lunch, and networking.

To register go to arizona.corenetglobal.org and click on the Events tab. Clear Title of Arizona is the event and name tag sponsor.

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