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Residential Real Estate Review

  • 18 Sep 2014
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), 126 High Street (9th Floor), Boston, MA 02210
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  • Non-Member

Registration is now closed for this event. Please join us as a walk in at 1:00 pm for registration.


Residential Real Estate Review


*Please note that due to building security policies, walk-ins will not be accepted for this event. Make sure to pre-register!*


Thursday, September 18, 2014

1:00-1:30 pm Networking

1:30-3:00 pm Presentation and Q&A

The residential real estate industry has generated significant buzz over the last few years. With the United States’ mortgage industry upheaval and real estate bubble bursting, researchers have been left wondering what their real estate data is really saying. And, with globalization taking full force, understanding market trends outside the United States is becoming more and more important. Melissa Bank Stepno, of Target Analytics, will explore and focus on the history of the mortgage industry and today’s climate in the United States, and touch on international real estate tips and tools to help you better understand and interpret residential real estate data. This engaging presentation is an “encore event” of Melissa’s 2014 APRA Conference presentation.


*NOTE: Refreshments will be provided.


Faculty:


Melissa Bank Stepno is the Consulting Team Manager for Target Analytics, a division of Blackbaud, Inc., where she is responsible for managing a team of consultants and consulting services related to strategic implementation of data analytics projects.  Prior to assuming her current role in 2014, she served as consultant at Target Analytics for nine years. Melissa has also worked for both Boston University and Boston Ballet, and has served on the boards of NEDRA, AFP’s Northern New England Chapter and Brandeis University’s Alumni Association. She received her BA from Brandeis University and masters’ degrees in Arts Administration and Higher Education Administration from Boston University.

 


Directions:


NOTE: When you arrive outside 126 High Street, proceed to the door to the left of the revolving doors - you will be buzzed in. Once in the door, please proceed to the front desk and give your name to the security guard, who will check you in. Once Security gives you a visitor's pass, please proceed through the turnstiles and take the elevator to the 9th floor. Once off the elevator, take a right and proceed down the hall - the conference center will be on your right.

From South Station (Red Line, Silver Line, Commuter Train):

On Summer Street, cross Purchase Street and go one (short) block to High Street. Turn right on High Street, 126 is about three blocks up on the left.


From Park Street Station (Green, Red and Orange Lines):
Walk down Winter Street toward Downtown Crossing. At Washington Street, keep going straight ahead on Summer Street (Winter Street becomes Summer Street) for about four to five blocks to High Street. Turn left onto High Street, 126 is about three blocks up on the left.


Driving:

NOTE: If using GPS, input zip code 02110 if possible. CJP is in Boston's Financial District, NOT Charlestown!

From the North
Take 93 South to exit 23, Purchase Street. At top of ramp turn slight right onto Purchase Street/Surface Road. Take first right onto Pearl Street. Turn right onto High Street, and 126 will be on your immediate left.


From the South

Take 93 North (Expressway) to exit 18, Frontage Road. Drive straight on Atlantic Avenue/Surface Artery, passing South Station on your right. Turn left onto Pearl Street. Turn right onto High Street, and 126 will be on your immediate left.


From the West

Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) to exit 24A (I-93/US-1/MA-3). Continue straight toward Atlantic Avenue/Surface Artery, passing South Station on your right. Turn left onto Pearl Street. Turn right onto High Street, and 126 will be on your immediate left.


Parking 
Parking is located at the following locations:


  • One International Place (entrance is on Purchase Street between High and Oliver Streets)
  • The Rowes Wharf Garage (30 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110)
  • Boston Harbor Hotel Garage (70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110)
  • 125 High Street Garage (immediately across street, entrance on Purchase Street, between Oliver and Pearl Streets)


Please note: Parking prices at these garages vary from $7 per hour to $28 per day.



Pricing:

NEDRA Members: $85

Non-members: $125

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