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Former Gov. Ed Schafer to deliver keynote at ND Real Estate Summit: State of the Market

Former Governor Ed Schafer is slated to deliver the keynote address at the upcoming North Dakota Real Estate Summit in Fargo at the Ramada Plaza Suites September 23. The summit will discuss the state of the real estate market across North Dakota as it is impacted by both the agriculture and energy industries.250px-SchaferEd-official

Sessions include Residential Real Estate Update; Multi-family Real Estate Update that includes discussion on senior housing, apartments and student housing; and the Importance of ROI (Retail, Office and Industrial).

Also included in the line-up of events is the North Dakota Real Estate Titans Panel. In addition to the former governor, the list of panelists is impressive. The panelists will discuss why we are investing in North Dakota as well as current and future projects, pricing trends and the impact of the petroleum industry on the state as a whole.

 

PANELISTS:

Nancy Hodur, Ph.D., NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics

Dean Bangsund, NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics

Daryl Braham, FMAAR Board of Directors

Michael Marcil, Aalton Real Estate

Scott Hennen, Flag Family Media

Ben Hanson, Archer Commercial Real Estate

Kurt Eickhof, Construction Engineers

Randy Martinson, Progressive Ag

John Mercer, Mercer Engineering

Tom Rolfstad, The Rolfstad Group

Peter Stenehjem, 1st International Bank & Trust

Mark Vaux, Great Fargo/Moorhead Economic Development

Jolene Kline, North Dakota Housing Finance Agency

Ben Schroeder, FMAAR

Donovan Schumacher, Alerus Mortgage

Catherine R. Cronen, Commercial Real Estate

Mark Schill, Praxis Strategy Group

For more information, check out the full agenda here, including sponsorship opportunities. You can also contact Anthony Rome at 701-552-7099, email him at anthony.rome@shaleplaysmedia.com, or register online here. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to discuss the future of North Dakota real estate!

In related news, How do energy and agriculture prices impact the ND real estate market?

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