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Bubble? Trends in CA Real Estate.
written by AnthonyAgoni, 9/21/06 8:23am

Sponsored by Berkeley & UCLA Business Schools, this Los Angeles event features three distinguished speakers. Register early, as this event sold out last year.

The much anticipated real estate bubble seems to have arrived. Will values fizzle or pop?

Three distinguished speakers led by Dr Robert Edelstein of UC Berkeley's Haas School and including Dr Chris Thornberg, Principal of Beacon Economics and former senior economist of UCLA's Anderson Forecast and Paul Wylie, CEO of Metrocities Mortgage will address the factors affecting the fragile nature of California real estate.

Influences on real estate values are multi-faceted and include international macro-economic issues such as the Chinese economy and the Middle East and domestic issues including the Federal Reserve, inflation and interest rates and more micro-economic issues as local supply/demand balance. Speakers will discuss the effects of these issues and expectations of the degree and speed at which real estate, residential and commercial, will deflate in value due to these factors.

6:30 pm - No host cocktail hour, including generous complimentary hors d'oeuvres.
7:30 pm - Panel discussion begins.
REGISTER: www.acteva.com/go/haasla

Luxe Hotel

11461 Sunset Boulevard (near I-405), Los Angeles, California 90049, (310) 476-6571. Valet or limited street parking

Pricing: $35 in advance, $40 at the door, if available. Note: This event sold out last year (over 400 poeple), and we have a smaller room this year. Advance registration is highly encouraged.

This event is not sponsored by CUASSC or Columbia Business School Alliance. This posting is merely as a courtesy.

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