The Role of Community Building in Real Estate will be the topic of a panel discussion at the Colorado State University College of Business’ Center for Real Estate event on Dec. 1.
The panel discussion will begin at 4 p.m. at the University Park Holiday Inn in Fort Collins. Brokers can earn two hours of continuing education credit by attending the event. A commission update course will be offered from 12:30-3:30 p.m. prior to the event. The registration fee is free for members of Colorado State’s Center for Real Estate and $40 for all others. Individuals may register for the event at www.realestate.colostate.edu.
Panelists discussing The Role of Community Building in Real Estate include: Bob Everitt, Everitt Enterprises, Inc.; Chad McWhinney, McWhinney Enterprises; Larry Kendall, The Group, Inc.; and, Don Marostica, Loveland Commercial, LLC.
William "Bill" Neal will be inducted posthumously into Colorado State’s Center for Real Estate Hall of Fame at the event. Neal was killed July 24, 2004, in an airplane accident in Fort Collins. Neal was a well-known community leader and businessman whose vision and impact on the community include the development of the neighborhoods of Fairbrooke, Brown Farm, Rigden Farm and Miramont in Fort Collins.
For more information, contact Allison Robin at (970) 491- 5522 or Allison.Robin@colostate.edu.