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Challenges & Opportunities While Doing Business During Pandemic
July 16, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2020 11:00AM – 12:00PM
Commercial Real Estate
• Which sector is thriving and which is hurting?
• Where are the opportunities in the commercial sector?
• What is the future of commercial real estate?
Residential Real Estate
• Market Update Current vs 2019
• Is this a good time to buy or sell?
• How to market listings and how to educate buyers during the COVID?
• Trends in new residential development
• Housing demand in Bay Area during COVID 19New Homes
• Key factors for builders
• Why buy new construction?
Speaker: Yuan-Sing Chang, Intero Commercial
Yuan-Sing Chang has been in commercial real estate starting from 2001 and started out with BT Commercial specializing in retail and office leasing/sales in the Bay Area. Yuan is also a LEED accredited professional and was involved with the first LEED certified hotel in California. Yuan has represented many tenants including: Red Ribbon Bakery, Taste of China, Randstadt , Kumon, Foxconn, Boiling Point, Kimco, Hilton Garden, Holiday Inn, and many others. Yuan is also the president for CAREA the Chinese American Real Estate Association from 2018-2020. Yuan is affiliated with Loopnet and Costar. He speaks fluent Mandarin.
Speaker: Mattie Wei, Remax/Accord
Mattie Wei with RE/MAX Accord, has been practicing residential real estate sales since 2003. She holds the designations of GRI, CDPE, SRES and holds the prestigious titles of RE/MAX Life Time Achievement Award, RE/MAX International Chairman Club Award from 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. Bay East Pinnacle Award recipient from Bay East Association of Realtor for 2016 2017 & 2018, with more than 35 million more per year.
Speaker: Eunice Chan, Toll Brothers
Eunice Chan have sold multiple new home communities for America’s Luxury Home Builder – Toll Brothers – managing the sales of single-family homes, townhomes, condos in San Ramon, Danville, Sunnyvale, San Jose and Fremont ranging from $800,000 to over $3.5 million in price. Currently selling at Metro Crossing (a master plan community with over 600 condos) in Fremont. Annual sales volume averaged consistently over $45 million. Previously, Eunice has been involved in the rezoning, development, marketing & leasing of Asian shopping centers – Milpitas Square – anchored by Ranch 99 and Mayflower Restaurant, leasing & marketing for Cupertino Village – anchored by Ranch 99. At the same time, helped clients with 1031 exchanges and sold commercial retail centers and single tenant/NNN properties such as IHOP, Applebee’s, Walgreen, Rite Aids, Jack in the Box etc.