Post City's 12th Annual Real Estate Roundtable



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This year Post City Magazines and 680 NEWS are bringing together 10 of the city's most prominent and opinionated real estate experts for a live panel discussion about the state of the Toronto real estate market. 

This exciting live event will be held on Thursday, Feb 28th, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the prestigious Rotman School of Management.

The 2019 panellists are:

The Dragon: Michelle Romanow, Entrepreneur; Dragon – CBC's Dragons’ Den
The Banker: Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC World Markets Inc.
The Design Guru: Brian Gluckstein, Award-Winning Designer; Principal, Gluckstein Design 
The Condo King: Brad Lamb, Founder, Lamb Development Corp.
The Urban Planner: Jennifer Keesmaat, former Chief Planner, City of Toronto; Adjunct Professor – Dept. of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto
The Professor: Lu Han, Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy and Research Fellow – Centre for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Rotman School of Management
The Sales Pro: Barry Cohen, Canada’s #1 RE/MAX Agent; Luxury Homes Specialist; Principal, Barry Cohen Homes Inc. 
The HGTV Host: Sebastian Clovis, Home Renovation Expert; Principal, Clovis & Co. Contracting 
The Developer: Maryam Mansouri Hurst, Vice-President, Mansouri Living
The Realtor: Michael Kalles, President, Harvey Kalles

The event will be held at Desautels Hall at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (105 St George Street). Tickets are $25.00. To register click here

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