StimULI Breakfast: Housing Market Trends and Outlook – SOLD OUT
Housing demand, supply and affordability have become critical public policy issues in Southern California. A June 2017 study by the UCLA Anderson School of Management found that three of the six most unaffordable cities for homebuyers nationwide are in Southern California and that Los Angeles is the single most unaffordable city for both renters and buyers.
As the total value of U.S. housing stock reaches a record-high of $29.6 trillion, the national home price level surpassing the previous peak, and the amount of annual rent paid grew to $480 billion, the housing market has been in an expansion phase since 2011. California and the Los Angeles region have been a major part of that growth.
What are the key factors driving this expansion? What significant trends have we observed? How will governmental policies and regulations affect market activities? What opportunities and concerns lie ahead and what is the outlook for the housing market going forward? We will discuss these important and interesting topics from multiple perspectives – supply & demand, demographic, economic, regulatory and capital investment – with our expert panel.
Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from leaders from various segments of our industry and academia. They will share with us their expertise and insight on this crucial component of our communities and economy.
- Allan Abshez – Chair, Los Angeles Real Estate Practice, Loeb & Loeb
- Leslie Appleton-Young – Vice President and Chief Economist, California Association of Realtors
- Laurie Lustig-Bower – Executive Vice President, CBRE
- Dowell Myers, PhD – Professor, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
- Kellie Kao Miles – Vice President of Strategy, Coldwell Banker Development Marketing
- Private $45 (Non-member $60)
- Gov/Nonprofit $35 (Non-member $50)
- Young Leader (under 35) $35 (Non-member $50)
- Student $25 (Non-member $35)
Continental breakfast will be provided. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after August 14th and is the last day to request a refund. We look forward to you joining us for a stimulating discussion with these distinguished leaders.
To register, click register now below, download a registration form or call 1-800-321-5011.
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