We are pleased to offer you another outstanding program for the 41st Annual Real Estate & Economics Symposium on November 19th. With an exciting array of speakers and sessions, this full-day conference is always a great way to get cutting-edge, real estate industry information and plenty of networking opportunities with your colleagues during the breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks (included with the price of registration). Timely and pertinent topics and an exceptional group of industry experts will make this an outstanding seminar for real estate and finance professionals and a program you can’t afford to miss!
Kenneth T. Rosen, Chairman, Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, UC Berkeley
Ken Rosen returns with his timely economic forecast.
Bill Press, Senior Political Contributor for CNN, Syndicated Talk Show Host, Columnist & Best-Selling Author and Former Chair of California Democratic Party
Mid-term election results – What do they tell us about the populace & politics? What can both parties learn from the results? What do they foretell about the future?
Confirmed Speakers and Moderators:
We are assembling an exceptional group of knowledgeable and experienced professionals who will discuss the challenging complexities of today’s real estate markets. The confirmed lineup of speakers includes:
- Steve Buster, Grosvenor Americas
- Claudia Cappio, Terner Center for Housing Innovation, UC Berkeley
- Calli Cenizal, Lyft
- Michael Covarrubias, TMG Partners
- Robert H. Edelstein, Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, UC Berkeley
- Robert Gray, Rockwood Capital, LLC
- Elton Kwok, WeWork
- Mark McGranahan, Cushman & Wakefield
- Mark Myers, Wells Fargo
- Adhi Nagraj, SPUR
- Steve Rosetta, Kilroy Realty Corporation
- Gayle Starr, Prologis
- Joshua Switzkey, San Francisco Planning Department
- Molly Turner, UC Berkeley
- Dean Wehrli, John Burns Real Estate Consulting
- Dennis Williams, Northmarq Capital, LLC
- Dick Wollack, Fulton Capital Advisors
Timely & Important Topics:
- Real Estate & Economic Outlook
- Impact of the 2018 Elections
- The Future of Housing in the Bay Area & California – Urban versus Suburban
- Rising Interest Rate – What Does It Mean for Commercial Real Estate?
- The Sharing Economy: Impact on Urban Development