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(Carl Cronan is editor of Real EstateFlorida.)

MIAMI-The credit crisis, higher fuel costs and foreclosure challenges will be part of the overall discussion during this year’s RealShare South Florida conference, to be held Sept. 17 at Hyatt Regency Miami. This marks the third year for the event to be held in the region.

“We find there are a lot more unanswered questions than answered ones in times like these,” Jason Young, RealShare conference producer, tells GlobeSt.com. Besides providing pertinent information to the marketplace, he says RealShare South Florida serves as a great networking opportunity for commercial real estate professionals.

Approximately 250 participants are expected to attend the half-day event, presented by Incisive Media. A networking luncheon kicks things off with Mark Vitner, Wachovia managing director and senior economist, as keynote speaker.

A town hall meeting follows Vitner’s remarks, featuring several experts from South Florida’s commercial real estate sectors. The panel will discuss how and when economic factors will be corrected, and how real estate professionals can capitalize on opportunities in a confused market.

Concurrent sessions will be held later in the afternoon addressing topics such as getting deals done in today’s market; finding opportunities in office leasing, investment and development; the outlook for South Florida’s industrial market; and improving return on investment and saving money by going green.

Later in the afternoon, a RealShare-style session of “Pardon the Interruption” will feature Michael Fay of Colliers Abood Wood-Fay and William Holly of Holly Real Estate, followed by a panel discussion on “Finding Clarity in the Capital Markets,” moderated by Daniel Palmier of Potomac Realty Capital. A cocktail reception concludes the day’s events.

Click here for more information about RealShare South Florida. The RealShare conference series is produced by Incisive Media, which also publishes GlobeSt.com, Real Estate Florida and national magazine Real Estate Forum.

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