Attention commercial tenants of all types; office, commercial, industrial, and retail tenants – NRTA’s 2023 conference will directly benefit you.

The National Real Estate Tenants Association’s Conference & Curriculum Committees are meeting this week at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale. Their collective assignment is to finalize plans for the 26th National Conference, scheduled for September 17-20 in Fort Lauderdale.

Considered the premier professional event for real estate lease management and lease administration professionals, the 2023 Conference will provide comprehensive, hands-on real estate lease management training and best practices for tenants of all skill and experience levels.

In addition to hosting up to 50 professional classroom presentations, the conference also features an unparalleled industry trade show known for its valuable one-on-one opportunities for tenants to interact with service and software resources in a relaxed setting. Highly acclaimed keynote speaker Christine Cashen will kick off the event and set the stage for a meaningful and entertaining Conference.

Designed specifically to assist today’s real estate management professionals, course content will emphasize critical topics including real estate management procedures, and real estate lease legal practices and occupancy costs. Courses are led by selected subject matter experts who have demonstrated their expertise in the field.

This critical three-day educational forum explores the role of tenant real estate lease management and lease administration in shaping profit and protecting the company’s real estate assets. NRTA Conference attendees include Real Estate Vice Presidents, Real Estate Attorneys, Paralegals, Asset Managers, Property Managers, Controllers, Analysts, Auditors, CFOs, Administrators, Franchisees and other real estate professionals responsible for managing commercial property portfolios. There is no other professional organization that provides this extensive, hands-on real estate lease management education and training.

NRTA Executive Director Lisa Krizek said the planning session will be led by NRTA Curriculum Committee Co-Chairs: Gregg Ankenman, Director, Fennemore Wendel; Ingrid Kushinsky, Leasing Paralegal, Goulston & Storrs, PC; Ted Pajda, Retired-AVP Real Estate, Enterprise Holdings; and NRTA President Debbie Ravel, Principal, DR Lease Consulting.