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[11:25 a.m.] Large servicers have done a great job of driving technology. Leads to efficiency. Smaller companies that focus on value add side, focus can be on making sure that more customized servicer, other than just driving cost, are provided.
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Monday afternoon, as the CRE Finance Council‘s January 2013 conference got underway, security from the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, with good reason, was making sure to check IDs as attendees made their way to the section of the hotel reserved for the afternoon’s meetings. A guard told The Mortgage Observer that it wasn’t uncommon for players to try to forgo the registration fee and opt, instead, to suit up and make a run for it.
It was a phenomenon that we, in fact, witnessed for ourselves, while waiting to chat with CRE Finance Council CEO Stephen Renna. Apparently, the group’s efforts to grow the conference–and expand the relevance of the organization–have paid off and made it one hot ticket.
CREFC January Conference
The Mortgage Observer is heading South, for the CRE Finance Council’s January Conference–held this coming Monday through Wednesday in Miami, Fla. The event is being held at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel and promises to be full of vital information for those involved in commercial real estate debt. We’ll be covering the entire conference, meeting with insiders to hear the buzz and running over to our exclusive cocktail event Tuesday evening at STK Miami.
Prior to the November elections, all meaningful efforts to address our looming fiscal problems were put on hold by legislators until the outcome was known. Well, we now know the outcome, and it’s not that much different than pre-election, as far as the balance of power goes.
So lawmakers return to the nation’s capital knowing Read More