Saskatchewan forum focuses on province's diverse economic landscape

The biennial forum draws in real estate professionals from across the country

By
Western Investor
March 7, 2017





Rosanne Hill Blaisdell
Rosanne Hill Blaisdell chairs Saskatchewan Real Estate Forum. | Harvard Buildings

 

The Saskatchewan Real Estate Forum 2017 will host more than 600 delegates and a wide range of expert speakers but a single focus will likely dominate discussion: the resilient diversity of the provincial economy.

Chaired by Rosanne Hill Blaisdell, managing director, Harvard Buildings, the conference will be held April 20 at Regina’s Queensbury Convention Centre.

Delegates will hear about the diversity of the Saskatchewan economy, the major trends in the Saskatoon and Regina real estate markets, and how they are performing from a leasing, development and investment perspective, Hill Blaisdell said.

The last Saskatchewan Real Estate Forum was held in Saskatoon in April 2015, and was sold out with an attendance of over 625 real estate executives with 30 per cent of attendees being from across Canada.

The program will offer a wide range of speakers, presentations and panel discussions on the economic drivers in Saskatchewan; the key trends in the office, industrial, retail, housing, investment and development markets; the pricing and availability of financing from the credit markets; and municipal planning and growth management policies affecting development.

Early-bird discounts for registration are in effect to March 20. To register and for more details, phone 1-800-660-7083 or visit www.realestateforums.com

Western Investor is giving away two tickets to the forumThe entry deadline is April 13. 


Tanya is a recent graduate of Langara College's journalism program and spent a summer freelancing for The Burnaby NOW and The Record, following a reporting internship with the publications. She joins Western Investor as an editorial assistant. Very much a millennial, she sees the irony in writing about real estate she will likely never be able to afford.
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