You’re invited to a town hall meeting on Oklahoma earthquakes

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You’re invited to a town hall meeting on Oklahoma’s earthquakes.
Registration ends tomorrow for the 2016 Oklahoma Commercial Real Estate Forum™.

Enter code OCAHMember to receive a discounted rate for being part of the Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing.


Join COCAR for a town hall-style meeting on the increasing frequency and magnitude of earthquakes and how they’re impacting commercial real estate in Central Oklahoma.

You’ll learn:

  • What’s causing earthquakes in Oklahoma
  • Construction methods to mitigate the impact of earthquakes
  • Insurance options to protect your property.

Afterward, help our panelists brainstorm ideas for how our industries can work together to deal with the increasing frequency of earthquakes and make recommendations for the future.

Who should attend: REALTORS®, appraisers, educators, developers, contractors, architects, attorneys, government planners, and others in real estate-related professions.

Contact: info

This event is open to the general public.

Event Information
Wednesday, Sept. 21
9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Will Rogers Theatre & Event Center
4322 N. Western Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

This event is approved for 3 hours of HOT Topic CE by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission, 4 hours of CLE by the Oklahoma Bar Association and 1 hour of earthquake insurance CE credit.
Register Now
Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing
PO Box 58 | Oklahoma City, OK 73101 | 405-418-OCAH

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