Click below to register. After registering, the Spokane Association of Realtors will send you an email with a link to the video. Please allow one business day. You will need to log-in with your existing Google account or create a new account. This is a three-week virtual video event providing the opportunity to hear perspectives and thoughts whenever works best for you. 

The Spokane and North Idaho real estate markets are some of the hottest in our country. And they are showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, they are picking up.


Since 1988, the SKRERC Real Estate Market Forum has shared trends in real estate, construction, and the local economy in the Spokane-Kootenai-Bonner area. This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have canceled the 2021 Forum and temporarily shifted the model to a new way of gathering together.


This year, we developed the idea of producing a Market Update as a streaming event for a $20 registration fee (plus small Eventbrite fee); this event will provide an opportunity to hear from professionals in our region as we celebrate shared experiences and identify ways to continue to find success in this space.


The SKRERC Real Estate Market Update will be a three-week virtual video event (99 minutes long), providing the opportunity to hear perspectives and thoughts whenever works best for you. Registrants will also receive access to the Spring 2021 SKRERC Real Estate Report, a semi-annual, 300+ page report that shares key economic and real estate activity indicators across Spokane, Kootenai and Bonner Counties.



  • Steve Scranton, Washington Trust Bank – national and regional economics
  • Jim Frank, Greenstone – development opportunities and challenges in Spokane and North Idaho
  • Jennifer Smock, Windermere Post Falls – housing market in North Idaho
  • Dave Black with Jeff Johnson, NAI Black – commercial market in Spokane
  • Chris Schreiber, Kiemle Hagood – commercial market in North Idaho
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