NAREE Real Estate Journalism Conference to Attract Journalists and Industry Experts to Miami in December

MIAMI – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The National Association of Real Estate Publishers presents its 55e Miami Real Estate Journalism Annual Conference December 7-10, 2021. NAREE’s conference, which kicks off Tuesday morning December 7 at the Kimpton Epic Hotel, will attract dozens of reporters from major newspapers and prestigious publications across the country . The conference will feature worthy speakers covering topics related to commercial and residential real estate, office buildings, architecture, hotels, mortgages, mixed-use development, investment single family homes, vacation properties and the rapidly accelerating rental construction trend.

Insightful speakers will include Gilda Perez-Alvarado, Global CEO of JLL Hotels & Hospitality; Sean Black, CEO of Knock; Jorge Perez and Jon Paul Perez of Related Group, Todd Wood, CEO of Christopher Todd Communities; Lenny Beaudoin, CBRE Global Lead of Workplace, Design, Occupancy; Adam Ducker, CEO of RCLCO; Richard Ross, CEO of Quinn Residences; and Marilee Utter, President of Real Estate Consultants.

NAREE’s newsworthy conference lineup will also feature several Chief Economists, including: Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors, Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic; and Michael Fratantoni, Association of Mortgage Bankers.

The content of the conference typically generates hundreds of press articles, blog posts and social media mentions from some of the country’s most prominent publications.

Mid-career journalism training will be offered at NAREE University twice daily. NU’s peer-to-peer professional development program is designed to equip journalists to deal with changing journalistic practices and real estate investigative reporting. Panelists for the workshop include reporters from the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Orange County Register and The Real Deal.

NAREE’s “Art and Real Estate Intersection Tour” will inspire journalists as they stroll through the vibrant cityscape of Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. Another highlight of the conference includes NAREE’s Meet the Press, a popular fast-paced networking event with one-on-one, three-minute appointments.

Miami’s agenda also features the prestigious award program for the 71st Annual journalism competition and 14th annual Bruss Real Estate Book Awards luncheon.

Journalists and industry communicators can register for the conference online at

Founded in 1929, NAREE is a non-profit trade association of journalists, writers, columnists, editors and authors covering residential and commercial real estate, town planning and home design.

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