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Planned Community Projections from Greg Vogel, Land Advisors Organization, at ULI Fall Meeting 2011


Rounding out eight months of research in collaboration with the Urban Land Institute, ValleyCrest captures provocative insights from industry leaders who share their perspectives on the future development of Planned Communities. Hear what they had to say at ULILive when they visited ValleyCrest’s booth.

Planned Community Projections from Ed McMahon, Urban Land Institute, at ULI Fall Meeting 2011


Rounding out eight months of research in collaboration with the Urban Land Institute, ValleyCrest captures provocative insights from industry leaders who share their perspectives on the future development of Planned Communities. Hear what they had to say at ULILive when they visited ValleyCrest’s booth.

Robert Campbell (2) Real Estate Market Timing at San Diego Investment Club November 2011 Meeting


Robert Campbell on Real Estate Marketing Timing last night (San Diego Investment Club) Come and Meet with the Expert, we meet the first Thursday of each month at the Del Mar Hilton, more info here: www.meetup.com or www.SanDiegoInvestmentClub.com

Provost Lecture Series Fall 2011 – Daniel Phelps


Daniel Phelps, Adjunct, Television Studio Manager, Performing and Fine Arts, School of Arts and Sciences The Domino Effect: How Development in New York City is Often Bittersweet. Visit www.thedominoeffectmovie.com The Domino Effect is a feature length documentary film that explores the process of real estate development in New York City. The redevelopment of the 129 year-old Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg serves as the film’s case study for examining the complex politics of urban development in the 21st century. Told through the voices of longtime residents, the film conveys the personal impact of gentrification while also shedding light on issues encountered by residents of cities all across the country.

Ken Zacharias of Schenck SC discusses real estate lending environment at InDevelopment 2011


View highlights of a panel presentation on the commercial lending environment at the InDevelopment Real Estate Conference, held in January 2011 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Ken Zacharias is a tax shareholder with Schenck, with extensive experience serving the real estate industry. Hear more from Ken at Schenck’s Real Estate & Construction Forum, to be held in four locations throughout Wisconsin in February 2011. To learn more or to register, visit our website at www.schencksc.com/events.

Oct 24, 2011 meeting — Robertson Properties Group — entire 38-minute developer presentation


This developer presentation is about 70 minutes by Robertson Properties Group on October 24, 2011. This particular meeting was geared toward nearby Lele Pono and Pearlridge Square apartment residents. Robertson Properties Group wants to ask the city to re-zone the area so that the present zoning height limit of about 60 feet, can be increased to well over 300 feet. This will result in future high-rise developers building future projects all around the edge of historic Pearl Harbor, thus ruining the landscape, historic views, and long-distance sights of more than 20 to 40 miles along Pearl Harbor, the Ewa Plain, and the entire Waianae Mountain Range and beyond. If you disagree with this developer trying to change the existing 60-foot height limit zoning laws, then write/email/phone your local and state Senators, Representatives, Mayor, Governor, City Councilmen, and other public officials of your strong opinion against the buildings being taller than 60 feet. Robertson Property Group wants to turn their development into five apartment buildings higher than the existing 60-foot zoning height limit, and mix some stores within the complex. The developer wants to change the zoning from B-2 (community district) to BMX-3 (community business mixed-use district) which will allow for residential and commercial uses as well as increased building heights. The highest apartment building is proposed to be 35 floors, and the other four buildings will be slightly less in height. They are

LJ Hooker Group in room real estate auction 23 3 2011


LJ Hooker Group in room real estate auction 4/50 Hassall St, Parramatta. Sold by John Dahdah 0416 033 745. LJ Hooker Auctioneer – Rob Trovato. LJ Hooker Group are the market leaders in real estate marketing and auction marketing.

Payne Pacific Xmas 2011


Visit the website at www.paynepacific.com.au The Payne Pacific staff enjoy a game of beach cricket and Christian and Nerrida Payne review the events of 2011. Video produced by Michael Blinkhorn from Real Estate Marketer http

LJ Hooker Group in room real estate auction 9 3 2011


LJ Hooker Group in room real estate auction. Pitt St, Parramatta. Sold by Chris Sahyoun Mobile: 0403 362 352. LJ Hooker Auctioneer – Rob Travato. LJ Hooker Group are the market leaders in real estate marketing and auction marketing.

PACL – Another MLM fraud in India unearthed on 2 July – 2011


www.paclindia.in PACL India Limited was incorporated on 13th February 1996 with the registrar of companies, Jaipur, under Companies Act 1956 having its Registered Office 22nd, 3rd floor, Amber Tower, Sansar Chand Road, Jaipur – 302 004 and Corporate office at 7th Floor, Gopaldas Bhawan, 28, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi–110001. The PACL is popularly known with its brand name ” Pearls”. PACL India Limited is India’s Premier ISO-9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004 Real Estate Development Company with Multi-dimensional portfolio ranging from commercial to retail and residential segments. The company is also engaged in sale and purchase of agricultural land and supported with huge land bank. TO develop vast chunk of barren land into cultivable with the help of modern scientific technology. To provide possible support to the Indian economy for the infrastructural development and to provide qualitative residential and commercial properties to the customers on affordable price. Utmost to fulfill its social responsibilities by providing employment opportunities, career growth to the weaker section of the society and to generate avenues to earn revenues to the youth specially belonging to rural areas.