R-cubed: Residential Real Estate Review
Wednesday, June 21, 2023
2PM- 3:30PM (ET)
Real estate data is typically the easiest asset for a Researcher to identify. However, the value of a property alone isn't always a good indicator of wealth. Understanding the context behind a "value" is crucial to understanding how a property should, or should not, be viewed as a capacity indicator. Focusing on US residential real estate, this session will review today's market and provide tips and tools to help Researchers best interpret real estate data. For many years, this real estate session was a conference favorite, and after a 6-year hiatus, Melissa is reviving this session specifically for NEDRA!
Melissa Bank Stepno has worked in the prospect development and non-profit industry for over twenty years, spending the majority of that time consulting with non-profit organizations across the country on using wealth screenings, predictive modeling and other analytics to drive prospecting efforts and strategic decision making.
As a frequent speaker at industry events and contributor to whitepapers and articles, her areas of interest include the effective use of data and analytics to drive fundraising growth, the impact of high-net-worth philanthropy on major giving programs, and developing best practices for prospect research and prospect management.
Based in NH, Melissa is currently serving in her final year on the Apra Board, having led the organization as President from 2021-2022. She is also a previous NEDRA and AFP NNE Board Member. Melissa received her BA from Brandeis University and master's degrees in Arts Administration and Higher Education Administration from Boston University.
Are you a current or recently lapsed NEDRA member and want to attend this program for free? Apply for the need-based NEDRA Community Scholarship.
Attendees will receive a Zoom link a day before the event; this meeting will be held as a Zoom meeting and a recording will not be available.
Deadline for registration will be June 20th at 12PM.
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