As journalists, we are only as good as our sources.
Those sources are normally experts we can quote in our articles — the economists closely watching real estate trends, those building homes, arranging construction financing, signing retail tenants or designing skyscrapers.
NAREE provides access to these typical sources, but here you can also build a different but critical network of sources — journalists who have been there. As newsrooms shrink and increasingly journalists work remotely, a support network isn’t as easy to come by. I love how NAREE has connected me with journalists around the country (and globe!), brilliant professionals I can learn from, commiserate with, and have a bit of fun with. I look forward to extending our Office Hours program this year to expand NAREE’s mentorship capabilities and foster more of these connections.
We are only as good as our sources, and I hope I can be one of yours.
I look forward to meeting each of you in person at the annual conference in Miami, September 23-26 at the Kimpton Epic where NAREE will also connect you with those industry sources you need — chief economists, commercial and residential brokers and analysts, developers, and so much more.
Do not hesitate to reach out beyond then with any questions or ways I can help you!
– Catie Dixon, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW or 2020
NAREE President, Catie Dixon, created NAREE's Industry Insights and NAREE University Live to virtually connect members during the pandemic.
NAREE's Industry Insights debuted Thursday, June 25 with the CRE's "2020-21 Top Ten issues Affecting Real Estate." NAREEE University Live is a virtual roundtable series for journalists with topics including how do do your job in the pandemic. Click the NU Live icon on the home page for recaps and future roundtables. Members are invited to suggest topics by emailing email@example.com.
More information here: NAREE University or on NAREE Industry Insights here.