This Harvard MBA foresees interrelated challenges for the industry.
She foresees anticipating how much technology and the Internet will influence real estate as an upcoming challenge for the industry.
She foresees the ability to access, interpret and use internet-based data in the new economy, high-tech wo rld, as a particular challenge for the industry in the next few years.
She foresees the industry's adjustment to the Internet as crucial to the way information and services are provided to clients.
In the future, as information becomes even more readily available, she foresees a need for increasing emphasis on customer service on all levels.
A commissioner at New York City Landmarks Preservatio n Commission, Gerner foresees keeping up with changes in the market and new technologies in construction as the industry's biggest challenges.
She foresees preserving the environment, historic sites and low-rise densities in the face of continuing development to be the industry's biggest challenge.
Heryet foresees staying ahead of the technology curve, both for individuals and real estate service providers, as a leading challenge facing the industry.
A supporter of women entering the real estate business, she foresees an upcoming challenge as keeping current with ever changing technology in a future of smart buildings, smart tenants and smart deals.
Kahn foresees the industry facing the dual challenges of globalization and the Internet in a brave (if smaller) new world.