ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED - WALKIN SPACE AVAILABLE DAY OF EVENT
& CCIM Central Texas
will host an informative event with commercial real estate topics that you can use in your business. More presentation details available here!
3 hours of TREC Continuing Education for Brokers & Agents (Course # 38614 - Provider #0498 Central Texas CCIM Chapter).
$1,100 for a table of 10
$125 General Registration
$150 for CE Credit Registration
Includes full breakfast & unlimited knowledge of commercial real estate
7 days cancellation notice to receive refunds
Registration due by 2/5/20 or until sold out
KC Conway, MAI, CRE
Chief Economist, CCIM Institute
Helen Thompson, CRE
Global Marketing Strategy | Real Estate Banking & Insurance Esri
Market Economist, CoStar
KC Conway: This session will include a look at how the Texas economy compares to the rest of the U.S. and the influences ahead for 2020. This is not your 1980s horizontally built economy, norr your 1990s 2D banking economy that went RTC with the S&L Crisis. Texas is a much more 3D, 4D or even 5D economy with Trade, Logistics, Professional Business Services, Medical, and Technology dimensions in addition to energy and manufacturing. As goes the Texas economy, so the rest of the country wishes it could follow but is constrained by a plethora of fiscal, pension liability, high tax, and regulatory suppressing headwinds. Are the respective Texas economies really that strong and how will they weather tariffs, trade war with China, slower global growth and even the 2020 elections? The answer may be tied Port Freeport, Port of San Antonio, and FLEXIT if all else fails. What's FLEXT? You will need to attend to find out.
Helen Thompson: Commercial real estate has been described as “A Place for People, and People for a Place”. McKinsey have championed the way big data is transforming real estate and the power of analytics and data to allow companies to act ahead of the market and their competition.Traditional data sources and market analysis are powerful indicators of trends and changes. However, first mover status and the opportunity it affords, only comes to those who can further apply nontraditional knowledge and insight. This includes understanding and differentiation the suitability of sites, building quantitative models of proximity and exposure and supplementing intuition or gut feel with information-driven decision making. In this keynote, you will learn how you can turn your hyperlocal knowledge and portfolio level detail into nontraditional metrics and measures that can be used for long term, strategic imperatives.
Sam Tenebaum: What does 2020 have in store for Austin? Can the market handle all the new construction? What, if anything, can slow Austin down? Austin’s rapid growth is something we all take for granted, but understanding who, what, how, and why is more important today than ever. This session will look at the growth of the Austin market, touching on some of the themes that continue to drive the fastest growing market in the country. We’ll dive into some underlying trends in the multifamily, office, industrial and retail markets, while examining the shifting nature of this ever-growing metro area.
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Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP
Bruce Morrison Property Lawyer
Dimensions Floorplans, LLC
First Citizens Bank