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Realcomm, CEO, REApplications & Producer & Co-Founder

"The Future is Now - A Report From Around the Globe!"

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"Jim Young Interview 2001"

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"Jim Young Interview 1999"

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Jim Young is a leader in the field of real estate and technology and brings a unique perspective to the topic. It is his goal to help transform Commercial Real Estate from a paper-based, analog industry to a "digital" model of the 21st century.

Jim is one of the founding partners and co-producer of Realcomm, the world's largest and most recognized conference on technology for the Commercial Real Estate industry. As president of The Jamesan Group/ REApplications, Jim is involved in some of the largest and most successful automation projects in the industry. The goal of this organization is very simple: to create integrated information systems for the industry that will result in more accurate, timely and efficient operations.

Jim has spoken to over 100,000 people worldwide and has written over 100 articles on the topic of technology. As a consultant, Jim Young has been involved with most of the largest firms in the industry.

Contact Information:

Jim Young
CEO, REApplications & Producer & Co-Founder, Realcomm
3951 Park Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(v) 760.729.4312
(f) 760.729.0796

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