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Dick Voith to serve as Chair for the Delaware Valley chapter of CRE

 

ESI President and Principal Dick Voith will serve as 2016 Chair of the Delaware Valley Chapter of The Counselors of Real Estate (CRE), a prestigious national association of real estate advisors.

The Delaware Valley Chapter of The Counselors of Real Estate is the membership organization established exclusively for real estate advisors who provide intelligent, unbiased, and trusted advice for a client or employer in the Greater Philadelphia region, Wilmington, Delaware, and surrounding areas.

As Chair of the Chapter, Voith plans to continue and hopefully enhance the great work done by his predecessor, Joanne Phillip. He will lead the Chapter in its mission of creating opportunities for professional development, knowledge sharing and networking. “The Delaware Valley Chapter of CRE is an outstanding group of expert real estate advisors and I’m looking forward to being more engaged in this new role,” said Dr. Voith.

Dr. Voith is a well-known expert in real estate economics. He is currently a Faculty Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Urban Research and frequently teaches Cost Benefit Analysis at the Wharton School’s Business and Public Policy Department, as well as Urban Real Estate Economics at the Wharton School’s Real Estate Department. He has been a guest speaker at numerous forums probing issues central to the patterns of metropolitan development, including those sponsored by the Lincoln Land Institute, the Brookings Institution, the Urban Land Institute, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Until 2007, Dr. Voith served on the editorial board of Real Estate Economics.

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