LOS ANGELES—Over 250 CRE experts joined together at the Westin Bonaventure to network with their peers and hear from experts at CCIM THRIVE here on October 21 and 22.
LOS ANGELES—2013 CCIM president Wayne D’Amico, CCIM, talks about CCIM’s new conference format which welcomed thought leaders and CCIM leaders alike to discuss industry trends in this EXCLUSIVE video interview.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Slow and steady has been the theme of this prolonged recovery. But what exactly does this mean in terms of growth in the commercial real estate market? What is the outlook for jobs and for investor confidence as we track a slow-motion recovery?
Real Estate Center at Texas A&M
A variety of sectors in commercial real estate traditionally labeled “niches” have come into their own among the major food groups. Net lease, healthcare and student housing are prime examples of these. But how do you break into these sectors, and what are the must-know talking points? Experts from each discipline will share their experiences.
Camille Renshaw, CCIM
Director and Lead Broker
Stan Johnson Company
Increasingly, institutions are recognizing secondary and tertiary markets as the place to be. The returns may not be what they are in prime markets, but neither is the competition or the pricing. Major investors who are seeking out such opportunities meet to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of deals in the hinterlands.
Sandy Benak, CCIM
Granite Properties, Inc.
Chairman of the Board & CEO
Michael Anderson, CCIM
Andrew White, CCIM
Managing Director - Western Region
Gary Lee, CCIM
Senior Director, National Office & Industrial Properties Group
Marcus & Millichap
Lone Oak Fund
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Join fellow attendees and panelists at a table designated with your industry specialty.
How will the evolution in site evaluation technology change the way you work?
Director, Commercial Solutions
As crowdfunding grows more popular as an investment vehicle, hear the pioneers in the space discuss the legislative and legal issues that crowdfunders face. Learn tools to separate the fact from fiction about making crowdfunded investments, and find out how to capitalize as an investor, developer or owner.
Wayne D'Amico, CCIM
Rising interest rates. Ongoing defaults. Upcoming loan maturities. Despite a slow but steady recovery, there are still enough issues out there to keep an eye on. What’s in store for the lending landscape in the months ahead?
Curt Johnson, CCIM
First American Title
Our cities are undergoing a rebirth. A young, upwardly mobile workforce demands a live-work-play environment that is transforming the way our urban areas look and function. But an aging infrastructure and budgetary restraints often hamper that movement. We’ll explore the struggles and the triumphs of our CBDs.
David Wilson, CCIM
Executive Vice President
Lockard Development, Inc.
EVP and COO
John L. Petricola, CCIM
Senior Vice President, Regional Development Officer, Southeast Region
Rockefeller Group Development Corporation
Barry LePatner, Esq.
Attorney and Author
LePatner & Associates LLP
Executive Vice President, Western Region
Brookfield Office Properties