NCCBA 

 
Leadership Series
   

North Carolina Real Estate Development

NCCBA Luncheon 3-3-2017


The North Carolina Chinese Business Association is pleased to invite you to James E. Montague’s discussion on the development of the North Carolina real estate industry. We welcome anyone with an interest in this topic, so please tell your friends and register for the March 3rd luncheon.

Mr. Montague will provide his international perspective on the development of the North Carolina real estate industry and detail his many years of experience and discuss his analysis of the its long term future development trends. In addition to being an expert real estate manager and planner, he is also a leader in international relations and trade. As a leader in these two different areas, Mr. Montague brings a unique perspective and conclusions.

The discussion will include the following topics:

  • Mr. Montague’s past projects and related experience
  • The view from an international perspective and its significance
  • Raleigh metropolitan real estate opportunities
  • Property for commercial and residential use
  • New property developments around colleges and universities

We welcome NCCBA members and non-members!

 
About James Montague

Speaker

Mr. Montague is president and chairman of F7 International, an international development company focusing on trade development, construction in the government-economic-educational sectors, and administration of intercity friendship programs. He has received many awards from government and has been honored in the media for his outstanding contributions to local economic development. He is dedicated to North Carolina Triangle Area development, and has greatly contributed in the community planning of southeast Raleigh. He has established many North Carolina metropolitan friendship relationships with cities in China, and advanced intercity trade and cooperation to help build a friendly Sino-US relationship.

DISCLAIMER: North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA http://nc-cba.org/ ) does not give legal, tax, economic, or investment advice. NCCBA disclaims all liability for the action or inaction taken or not taken as a result of communications from or to its members, officers, directors, employees and contractors. Each person should consult their own counsel, accountant and other advisors as to legal, tax, economic, investment, and related matters concerning Real Estate and other investments. No sales or advertisement of individual company's product should be solicited at any NCCBA event.