Real estate leaders from the brokerage, mortgage and technology businesses will convene in New York City, Jan. 8-10, 2007, for Inman News’ Real Estate Connect NYC conference to discuss “Reinventing Real Estate for Changing Times.”

Next year is poised to be one of the most dramatic in real estate, and the event offers attendees a look at future trends, current technologies, networking and discussions on how to gain an edge in today’s fast-changing markets.

“Everything is in play: from how buyers look for homes and the way brokers operate, to the ways homes are valued and how real estate transactions are closed,” Inman News chief executive Mike Edelhart said.

Real Estate Connect NYC will take place at the Marriott Marquis Times Square. To register for the event, see the conference Web site.

“We will unveil the latest in transformational technology, powerful new marketing ideas and the latest training in the critical areas real estate professionals must now master to succeed. As always, we’ll gather the innovators, executives and thought leaders of real estate to network, make deals and establish the key relationships that will define the months to come,” Edelhart said.

Speakers include:

–Seth Godin-International Best-Selling Author, Entrepreneur & Agent of Change

–Michael Rogers-Author & Futurist-in-Residence, The New York Times Company

–Craig Newmark-Founder & CSR, CraigsList

–Dottie Herman-President & CEO, Prudential Douglas Elliman

–Glen Kelman-CEO, Redfin

–Allan Dalton-President, Move, Inc., Real Estate Division

–Pam Liebman-President & CEO, The Corcoran Group

–Michael Yang-General Manager, Yahoo! Real Estate

–Sami Inkinen-COO, Trulia

–Susan Wachter-Professor of Financial Management, Real Estate and Finance: Co-Director, Institute for Urban Research; Director, Wharton Geospatial Initiative, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

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