14A — September 15 - 28, 2017 — Metro NJ Appraisal Institute Chapter — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


Metro New Jersey Chapter P.O. Box 6045 Bridgewater, NJ 08807 Phone: 732-560-0072 Email: metronj@ai-newjersey.org www.ai-newjersey.org

Congratulations to designated members receiving their AI-GRS and AI-RRS : Brian D. Hicks, SRA received his AI-RRS, Christopher J. Otteau, MAI, received his AI-GRS, and Erin Taffera, SRA received his AI-RRS. The 15 th Annual Fall Conference – Friday, October 20, 2017, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Holiday Inn Clark, Clark, NJ Download a Brochure and Register at www.ai-newjersey.org Conference Program, 7 hours Approved by the NJ Appraisal Board and submitted to NY Appraisal Board, NJ Assessors Board and NJ Insurance and Banking Board for Realtor CE: Session I ~ A Deeper Dive into Tri-State Economic Development Programs This session will focus on property tax offsets and economic development policy and incentives including the Grow NJ Assistance Program, tristate initiatives, transferability of tax credits and potential effect on urban real estate values. Featuring: Charles L. Ruby, Managing Director, Deloitte Gina Giordano, J.D., Manager, Deloitte Jackie Hakimian, J.D., Senior Manager, Deloitte Session II ~ The Post Suburban Economy & Its Impact on the Office Market The 1980's witnessed an unprecedented suburban office building boom throughout the tristate region. In more recent years the workforce has changed significantly - and continues to change. The echo boom generation (born 1977 - 1995) and its now dominant and ascending workforce favors a "new urbanist" live-work-play philosophy. Profound advances in information technology, an aging suburban office product, and an urban living revival have had a dramatic impact on the suburban office market. This session will focus on these issues and offer suggestions on how the suburban office market may adapt and reinvent itself yet again – this time to a post suburban digital economy. Featuring: Dr. James W. Hughes, Porfessor, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Safety Session III ~ Economy Snapshot Featuring: Ryan Severino, Chief Economist, JLL Session IV ~ Infrastructure, Ports and Logistics This session will focus on timely local and regional issues including the ongoing Bayonne Bridge project, "mega-container ship" impacts and considerations, the new "last mile" of retail and implications for freight and planners, and emerging technologies

Joseph C. Baldoni, MAI AI-GRS 2017 Chapter President

James L. Meehan, MAI, AI-GRS 2017 Chapter VP

(including semi- and fully-autonomous trucks, drones, 3D printing) and its impact on freight and logistics. Featuring: Anne Strauss-Wieder, Director, Freight Planning, NJ Transportation Planning Authority Session V ~ Lake Association vs. The People: The Intersection of Law, Policy & Property Rights

Common-interest communities are defined by a recorded declaration in title which binds individual lots to servitude or an obligation. However, in recent years, many lake associations have attempted to expand the definition of what constitutes a common-interest community by imposing assessments and other charges against individuals who reside in proximity to the lake, absent any recorded declaration. The lake associations rely on the lot’s proximity to the lake, or the existence of an easeme nt in title which permits lot owners to use the lake. This lecture will discuss the cross-section between common-interest communities, easements and how the efforts of these lake associations may impact property valuation. Featuring: Brian M. Rader, Esq., Partner, Jardim, Meisner & Susser, P.C.

The Metro New Jersey Chapter Education: Continuing Education Chapter Dinner Meeting: The Gateway Program and Railroad Rights of Way - 2 CE hours – Sept. 28 – Holiday Inn Clark 7 Hour USPAP Update 2018-2019 – December 7 – Hampton Inn Woodbridge Advanced Land Valuation: Sound Solutions to Perplexing Problems – 7 CE hours – Dec.15 – Holiday Inn Clark

Daniel Mistichelli, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS 2017 Chapter Treasurer

Advanced Education – Holiday Inn Express, East Brunswick, NJ Quantitative Analysis – December 4 - 8

2017 Board of Directors

Joseph H. Cimiluca, MAI Eugene J. Domowicz, MAI David Glaser, MAI Joseph A. Murray, Jr., SRA John J. Musnuff, MAI Christopher J. Otteau, MAI, AI-GRS

George J. Sopko, MAI Dustin Tenenbaum, MAI John P. Wilson, MAI, AI-GRS Kevin Y. Wong, MAI, AI-GRS Cynthia Xu, MAI

Joseph C. Baldoni, MAI 2017 Chapter President

2017 Board of Directors Joseph H. Cimiluca, MAI Eugene J. Domowicz, MAI David Glaser, MAI Joseph A. Murray, Jr., SRA John J. Musnuff, MAI Christopher J. Otteau, MAI, AI-GRS

Gary M. Wade, MAI 2017 Chapter Secretary

Immediate Past President – Gregg Manzione, MAI

George J. Sopko, MAI Dustin Tenenbaum, MAI

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