Forecasting and Trend Event
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM (PST)
San Diego, CA
SDSU’s Corky McMillin 2013 Forecast and Trend Event
Seasoned experts share their insights on how the real estate debt market will evolve in the next year and how that market will be impacted by new laws and regulations imposed in 2013. Hear what the experts have to say about the impact of the fiscal cliff on the real estate industry.
- Learn how major banks are viewing the commercial and residential real estate markets in 2013 and how they will deploy their capital.
- Find out what will happen to interest rates, lending terms and CMBS issuance.
- Understand budding trends in the local and national capital markets, sources and flow of equity and debt capital.
Join us on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
From 7:30-9:30a.m. for this SDSU event!
At SDSU's Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center.
Breakfast and refreshments will be served.
Location: San Diego State University - Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center Ballroom
(located on the corner of 55th Street and Aztec Walk, north of Montezuma Drive)
Hosted parking in Parking Structure 5 (PS 5), on the northwest corner of 55th St and Montezuma Drive
Gary London: President, The London Group Realty Adivisors
Will McLennan: Executive Vice President & Chief Real Estate Officer, Torrey Pines Bank
James Nigro: Senior Vice President & Marketing Manager, US Bank Commercial RE
John Wickenhiser: Senior Vice President & Manager, Wells Fargo (Commercial RE Institutional & Metro Markets)
Timothy Wright: Senior Managing Director, HFF
This event will be beneficial to practitioners of all real estate fields. The analysis will study the markets and various forecasts and trends, then investigate what the 2013 real estate market will look like and how investors can utilize that information to their advantage.
When & Where
The Corky McMillin Center for Real Estate
The Corky McMillin Center for Real Estate is part of the College of Business Administration at SDSU and exists to further real estate education and research across the University.
The Center has three inter-related missions:
1) improve the education experience of real estate majors and students interested in real estate
2) promote high quality real estate research
3) provide value added products and services for the real estate industry. The vision of the founders is to make SDSU a center of real estate excellence.
The center furthers its mission through support for real estate course development and delivery, sponsored research on topics relevant to the real estate industry, delivery of semiannual networking events bringing together faculty, students, alumni and industry supporters and support of students through the real estate society.