NoCo real estate summit to review market, forecasts

LOVELAND — A review of demographic shifts in the Northern Colorado marketplace coupled with forecasts for both commercial and residential real estate are on the docket for discussion at the Northern Colorado Real Estate Summit.

The summit will be Tuesday, March 5, at the Embassy Suites Loveland located at 4705 Clydesdale Parkway in east Loveland. Early-bird tickets at $69.49 are still available through Feb. 15.

Elizabeth Garner, Colorado state demographer, will keynote the breakfast session starting at 7:30 a.m. She’ll share demographic trends that are impacting and will continue to impact the region.

The day is divided into commercial and residential real estate tracks, although all attendees will join together for Garner as well as for the real estate forecasts that will be delivered by Dennis Schick, broker/owner of Re/Max Alliance, and Jay Hardy, president of Brinkman.

Commercial sessions include the annual Breaking Ground presentations — all the major commercial developments in the region — led by planners and economic-development directors from Northern Colorado communities and a session to discuss potential Opportunity Zone developments. Residential sessions will delve into the factors driving the supply-side market currently affecting the region and a session providing sales training for Realtors.

The Van Education Center will offer six VanEd credits to those needing continuing-education credits. Those credits are available for an additional fee.

The day will close with a session recognizing icons of real estate and construction. Recognized this year will be David Everitt, principal of the Everitt Cos.; Linda Hopkins, broker/owner of the Group Inc.;  Steve Stansfield, broker/owner of Realtec Real Estate Services; Bob Tointon, CEO of Phelps-Tointon; and Gene Vaughan, broker/owner Re/Max Alliance.

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LOVELAND — A review of demographic shifts in the Northern Colorado marketplace coupled with forecasts for both commercial and residential real estate are on the docket for discussion at the Northern Colorado Real Estate Summit.

The summit will be Tuesday, March 5, at the Embassy Suites Loveland located at 4705 Clydesdale Parkway in east Loveland. Early-bird tickets at $69.49 are still available through Feb. 15.

Elizabeth Garner, Colorado state demographer, will keynote the breakfast session starting at 7:30 a.m. She’ll share demographic trends that are impacting and will continue to impact the region.

The day is divided into commercial and residential real estate tracks, although all attendees will join together for Garner as well as for the real estate forecasts that will be delivered by Dennis Schick, broker/owner of Re/Max Alliance, and Jay Hardy, president of Brinkman.

Commercial sessions include the annual Breaking Ground presentations — all the major commercial developments in the region — led by planners and economic-development directors from Northern Colorado communities and a session to discuss potential Opportunity Zone developments. Residential sessions will delve into the factors driving the supply-side market currently affecting the region and a session providing sales training for Realtors.

The Van Education Center will offer six VanEd credits to those needing continuing-education credits. Those credits are available for an additional fee.

The day will close with a session recognizing icons of real estate and construction. Recognized this year will be David Everitt, principal of the Everitt Cos.; Linda Hopkins, broker/owner of the Group Inc.;  Steve Stansfield,…