Pamela Liebman of The Corcoran Group Speaks at Real Estate Lenders Association's Monthly Breakfast
NEW YORK—March 6, 2013—The Real Estate Lenders Association (RELA) is pleased to announce that Pamela Liebman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Corcoran Group, spoke at the association’s monthly breakfast meeting on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at the Yale Club in New York City.
More than 60 RELA members and guests attended to hear Ms. Liebman share her thoughts on the current state of New York City’s residential real estate market. Highlights from her speech included an in-depth analysis of the luxury apartment market, a discussion of the influx of foreign real estate investments in the NYC market, the booming condominium neighborhoods of the West Village and Hudson Yards, and the growing number of parents funding student and recent graduate housing. Ms. Liebman also advised members on marketing strategies that highlight a building’s “personality” and the unique environment that attracts a tenant to a particular property.
About Pamela Liebman
Pamela Liebman is President and Chief Executive Officer of The Corcoran Group, one the country’s premier residential real estate firms where she oversees forty managers, 2100 employees and corporate projects with sales that have reached more than $18 billion annually.
In her current role, Pamela has expanded Corcoran into key East Coast markets in south Florida and the Hamptons and spearheaded negotiations that resulted in the successful acquisitions of Citi-Habitats and the leading real estate marketing agency, The Sunshine Group, to create Corcoran Sunshine, the development marketing powerhouse.
Named by Crain’s New York Business as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York, Pamela is committed to community development and is a founding board member of the Wipe Out Leukemia Forever Foundation, a board member of the USS Intrepid Foundation, and a member of the Young Presidents Organization and American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer.
About the Real Estate Lenders Association:
The Real Estate Lenders Association, Inc. (RELA), is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1991 to provide a forum for real estate lenders to advance their knowledge and expertise in their industry. With a focus on education, networking, and opportunity, RELA brings together talented real estate finance professionals with leaders in the industry to discuss focused topics that promote member growth and future opportunity. For further information on the Real Estate Lenders Association, visit their website at http://www.rela.org.