NRTA Transformed: 2022 Tenants In Common Conference showcases education for entire Real Estate Communit

NRTA’s in-person Expanding Knowledge National Conference is returning with a renewed mission to educate every sector of real estate professionals. Over 300 participants are registered for the event taking place September 11-14 at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, Arizona. Courses will be led by more than 50 industry expert presenters.

Titled “Tenants In Common—Here & Now!”, the conference theme mirrors the non-profit organization’s reimagined and reinvented goals says NRTA President Debbie Ravel. “Every sector of real estate is undergoing changes,” she said. “The effect of the pandemic is unprecedented. Early on, NRTA leadership recognized the importance of providing education and training that would help lease administration professionals navigate the metamorphosis affecting the existing business model.” The 2022 Tenants In Common conference, she says, is providing this: “Up-to-date training and education specifically designed for today’s expanded commercial tenant community.”

Every sector of real estate is undergoing changes. The effect of the pandemic is unprecedented. NRTA is providing up-to-date training and education specifically designed for today’s expanded commercial tenant community.
— Debbie Ravel, NRTA President

A record-number industry specialist Trade Show Exhibitors have signed on for this year’s event. Attendees are encouraged to meet with affiliate organizations “to explore opportunities for partnerships which can expand your team’s resources and optimize processes.” These discussions, she noted, help professionals “find ways to use the technology and innovation available to work smarter, not harder; translating into cost-savings and improved efficiencies.”

Conference Kickoff is set for 9 A.M. Sept. 12. Participants will be inspired and entertained by renowned author and executive coach, David Avrin. He will also conduct a motivational session and will be available for one-on-one discussions as well.

NRTA Leadership to stress value of collaboration with Tenant Neighbors

NRTA Executive Director Lisa Krizek said, “Today’s professionals cannot underestimate the value of getting to know the other tenants in your neighborhood; tenants dealing with similar challenges and opportunities.” She advises participants to, “Take advantage of your limitless opportunities to share best practices, ask questions, network—and enjoy amazing Phoenix!”

Founded in 1996, NRTA is highly regarded as the premier resource for lease administration training, real estate lease best practices, property lease information, networking, and occupancy cost recovery procedures. Adjusting to the times, NRTA will officially announce its name change to National Real Estate Tenants Association at the 2022 Conference.