ULI San Diego – Tijuana Monthly Breakfast Series: 2018 Emerging Trends and Local Response Panel
Presenting the annual real estate trends and forecast meeting, featuring insights from leading experts both nationally and locally. The event will again feature a presentation on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2018 report – a publication from PwC and ULI – as well as a session on the outlook for San Diego area real estate, including a panel of local experts.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate is a trends and forecast publication with a 38-year history, and is the most highly-regarded and widely-read forecast report in the real estate industry. Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2018, undertaken jointly by PwC and ULI, provides an outlook on U.S. investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues. The report draws on formal and informal surveys of real estate executives, investors, developers, and market experts around the U.S., including survey responses from over 1,500 real estate executives and personal interviews with over 350 industry leaders. Survey results relating to our local market will be included in the presentation.
Guest Speaker: Anita Kramer, Vice President for Capital Markets in Real Estate, the Urban Land Institute
Anita Kramer is the vice president of the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. She writes the monthly U.S. Real Estate Business Barometer and directs both the annual China City Survey and the Emerging Trends Asia Pacific report. She is currently developing ULI’s quarterly Metro Area Real Estate Business Barometer, as well as a quarterly survey of leading real estate economists. Read full bio here
How will national economic and real estate trends play out in the San Diego and across Southern California? What is driving our local economy? What will happen to real estate fundamentals in 2018, and how do investors view real estate investment prospects for San Diego in 2018? This panel will address these and other questions:
Moderated by: Lynn LaChapelle, Managing Director, JLL
As a Managing Director, Lynn LaChapelle executes and oversees high profile Capital Markets transactions in San Diego, Phoenix and Orange County. Lynn and her partners, Bob Prendergast and Chris Casey, lead the valuation, marketing, disposition and financing of premier office properties. Over her career she has obtained experience in corporate solutions, leasing and development and has transacted leases, ventures and sales in excess of $9.4 billion. Lynn and her team have earned a reputation for achieving record sales prices throughout the region with their “high touch” marketing efforts. Read full bio here
Michelle Lord, Senior Vice President, Fairfield Residential
Responsible for managing equity and debt relationships. Negotiated and closed over $5.5 billion in multifamily debt and equity. LinkedIn Profile
Peter Dennehy, Senior Vice President, Advisory, Meyers Research, LLC
Peter Dennehy is Senior Vice President, Advisory for Meyers Research, LLC. He has 25 years of experience analyzing real estate developments for developers, financial institutions and public agencies throughout the United States. He has directed consulting engagements for hundreds of clients, covering a wide array of product types and real estate asset classes, with a particular focus in recent years on rental and for-sale residential projects, mixed-use urban infill developments, master planned communities and portfolio analysis. Read full bio here
Gary London, Senior Principal, London Moeder Advisors
Gary London is widely regarded as one of the nation’s foremost real estate advisors to many of the nation’s largest developers, investors, lenders and real estate asset managers and owners, Mr. London has been at the forefront in understanding and describing the many demographic, technological and societal changes which are transforming our cities and regions. Read full bio here
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