The trends driving the Richmond region’s residential real estate market will be discussed in June.
From sellers getting multiple offers and condo activity increasing to more homebuyers returning to an urban environment while baby boomers look at moving into a growing number of age-restricted communities, the Richmond region’s residential market remains hot.
A panel of experts will discuss the region’s strong residential real estate market and the trends that are affecting it now and in the future at the next Metro Business Live event on Tuesday, June 25.
The panelists will be:
- Daniel T. Schmitt, president and chief operating officer of HHHunt Corp., the parent company of HHHunt Communities, one of the largest residential builders in the Richmond area;
- Lisa Sturtevant, the chief economist at Virginia Realtors who specializes in economic and housing market analyses;
- Dawn Bradley, vice president and managing broker at the Grove Avenue office of Long & Foster, the region’s largest residential real estate firm; and
- Wayne A. Chasen, the president and CEO of Gumenick Properties since 1994 who has overseen the Henrico County-based development company’s projects including Libbie Mill-Midtown, Grayson Hill and Monument Square.
Richmond Times-Dispatch Business Editor Gregory J. Gilligan will moderate the discussion.
Metro Business Live will be held at the RTD building at 300 E. Franklin St. The gathering, which includes a catered breakfast, will be from 7:15 to 9:15 a.m. Tickets are $30 per person.
To buy tickets and for more information, go to www.richmond.com/events/metro-business-live.