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CapRelo hosts a Real Estate Roundtable webinar with advice from industry experts.STERLING, VA, October 19, 2015 – CapRelo, a global employee relocation management firm, presents a free webinar, Real Estate Roundtable: Expert Advice on Relocation’s Biggest Challenges on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. The webinar, hosted through WERC Learning Zone, offers advice on various obstacles from multiple industry experts.The presenting professionals will specifically discuss legal issues that can impact closings, inspection concerns that can cause a home sale delay, appraisal matters that transferees need to consider when buying or selling, and mortgage industry changes that can affect a successful relocation.The webinar includes CapRelo Vice President of Sales and Business Development Brian Shea, Quicken Loans Director of Relocation and Business Development Tom Dempsey, Jay Hershman of Baillie & Hershman, P.C., Fidelity Residential Solutions Director of Account Management Frank Wisniewski and Michael S. Cook of Michael S. Cook & Associates, Inc. The webinar brings together lender, appraiser, closing attorney and home inspector to discuss the challenges in the U.S. real estate market.The Real Estate Roundtable webinar will be held on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Registration for the webinar can be found on WERC’s Events page.
CapRelo delivers comprehensive employee relocation management services to global organizations, Fortune 500 corporations, and the federal government. Using a proprietary Low-Stress Relocation Process®, CapRelo simplifies and streamlines the complexities of employee relocation for private and public sector companies. Capabilities include consultation to create corporate relocation policies and deliver services including international relocation; home sale and destination programs; household goods move management; property management; relocation expense management; assignment management; and cross-cultural training.