DENVER--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The National Association of Real Estate Editors has opened registration for its 51st Annual Real Estate Journalism Conference in Denver, June 14-17, 2017.
NAREE's conference, which begins Wednesday morning June 14 at the Brown Palace Hotel, will attract scores of journalists from major newspapers and prestigious publications from around the nation and Europe.
The conference features newsworthy speakers covering commercial and residential real estate topics, green building, architecture, hotels, mortgage lending, mixed-use development, single-family investing and vacation properties.
Insightful speakers will include Douglas Yearley, chief executive officer of Toll Brothers; Marilyn Wilson of the WAV Group; Rohit Anand of KTGY Architecture and Scott Muldavin, chair of the Counselors of Real Estate.
NAREE’s newsworthy conference programming will feature several chief economists including: Kevin Thorpe, Cushman & Wakefield; Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors, Nela Richardson, Redfin; Brad Hunter, HomeAdvisor and Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia.
The real estate trends, economic forecasts and real estate market analysis sessions are delivered on timely topics. The conference content typically generates hundreds of news articles, blog posts and social media mentions from some of the nation’s most prominent publications.
Outstanding mid-career journalism training is offered at NAREE University’s peer-to-peer professional development program for journalists, which will run twice daily during the conference. NAREE University equips journalists to deal with new reporting tools and techniques in the rapidly changing media industry.
Journalists and industry communicators may register for the affordable conference online at NAREE.org. Conference registrants may choose to stay at the historic Brown Palace, which opened in 1892, or the adjoining Holiday Inn Express. Both hotels are located in exciting downtown Denver, which is a very active real estate market.
Other highlights of the conference include NAREE’s Meet the Press, the awards program for NAREE’s 67th Annual Journalism Competition and the Bruss Real Estate Book Awards luncheon.
Founded in 1929, NAREE is a non-profit professional association of journalists, writers, columnists, editors and authors covering residential, commercial and financial real estate, urban planning and home design.