Sponsors have been announced for Market Trends 2023, Southwest Florida’s largest real estate summit, which will be held from 4 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14 at Caloosa Sound Convention Center in Fort Myers.
Presented by title sponsors LSI Companies, Lee Building Industry Association, Collier Building Industry Association and Charlotte Desoto Building Industry Association, the real estate summit explores the latest market trends data, research and fact-based analysis and how they will impact the big picture for homeowners, homebuyers, real estate professionals and the region as a whole in 2023. The area’s leading voices in real estate will present facts and extensive market knowledge to lead a state-of-the-industry discussion.
Additional sponsors include:
- Premier: Business Observer, NBC2 and Florida Weekly
- Platinum: Baracco & Associates, Chapman Insurance Group, Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A. and Panther Printing
- Gold: Atwell | RVi Planning and Landscape Architecture, Busey Bank, Christopher Alan Homes, D.R. Horton, Earth Tech Enterprises, Florida Gulf Coast University Lutgert College of Business, Pavese Law Firm, Priority Marketing, Siesta Pebble, Stevens Construction and Taylor Morrison
- Silver: Bolaños Truxton, P.A., Cameratta Companies, Embrace Home Loans, Honc Industries, J.R. Evans Engineering, Lennar, Mattamy Homes, Raymond Building Supply, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank, WMG Development and Wright Construction
Speakers for the summit include land, new home sales and development expert Randy Thibaut, founder of LSI Companies and CEO of Sage Communities; residential real estate expert Denny Grimes, president of Denny Grimes & Team at Keller Williams Realty; and commercial real estate expert Justin Thibaut, CCIM, president and CEO of LSI Companies.
The theme of Market Trends 2023 is “The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be,” which according to event speakers, couldn’t be clearer after seeing what has occurred in Southwest Florida during the last 24 months. With rising interest rates, industry shifts and the impacts of Hurricane Ian, traditional industry norms are being thrown out and experts are opening their minds to entirely new concepts of who the buyers are and how that will continue to change the real estate and development market.
General admission tickets are $50 and include a comprehensive data book. Reserved and VIP tables ranging from $600 to $1,200 are also available for groups of eight to 10 people.
To register and learn more, visit MarketTrendsSWFL.com.