NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors and its business investment division will host the 11th Annual Economic and Real Estate Forecasting Symposium on Tuesday October 19 and Wednesday October 20. The theme for this year’s virtual event is “Rethinking Real Estate: Adapting to the Changing Dynamics of New Orleans and Louisiana.” »Ticket prices are $ 35 for one day and $ 60 for both days. Tickets are available for purchase online at www.nomar.org. The conference is approved to provide up to eight hours of continuing education for real estate agents and appraisers.
At the symposium, experts from real estate, finance, government and academia will assess and discuss real estate and financial markets.
The moderators and guest speakers are:
(Moderators) Mike Mito, CCIM, Remax Commercial Brokers; Katie Witry, real estate agent and owner of Witry Collective; Paul Richard, NAI Last and Blum; (Speakers) Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist National Association of Realtors; Brian Bailey, CCIM, CRE, Subject Matter Expert, Commercial Real Estate Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; Gary Wagner, professor and economist, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; KC Conway, CCIM, CRE, MAI Chief Economist, CCIM Institute Red Shoe Economics, co-founder; Jesse M. Keenan, M.Sc., Ph.D., JD, LL.M. Associate Professor of Real Estate, School of Architecture Tulane University; Norma Jean Mattei, Ph.D., PE University of New Orleans; Allison Plyer, BA, MBA, ScD, Chief Demographer The Data Center; Robert Bergeron, main title Crescent; Norman Morris, RCE, CAE, CEO Louisiana Realtors; Kirsten Early, CCIM, Partner / Director of Commercial Real Estate Retail SRSA; Mali Carow, General Manager of the Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans; Ty Gose, CCIM, SIOR, Sales Associate NAI Latter & Blum; David Hecht, RA, NCARB, LEED AP Formwork Development; Peter Bowen, deputy general manager of the city of New Orleans; and Guy Williams, President and CEO of Gulf Coast Bank.
The two-day virtual conference will feature speakers and panel discussions on a variety of topics such as:
The post-Covid economy: forecasts for America, commercial real estate: a look from the Federal Reserve, commercial real estate: a perspective on the Southeast region, real estate in New Orleans: care palliatives or new economy in the face of climate change? , Coastal Engineering: Building for the Future, Census 2020: What Have We Learned ?, The Evolution of the Real Estate Closing Process: What the Future Holds, The Real Estate Economics: Forecasts for New Orleans and southern Louisiana, Housing in Louisiana: A Comparison Market, Adaptive Re-Use: The Rise of Med-tail (Medical Retail), Transformative Development: Adapting to Market Forces, Affordable Housing: The Changing Development Model, Planning for New Orleans: The Model for the 21st Century, and Can I Buy C’est avec Bitcoin? Cryptocurrencies Explained.
This year’s sponsors are Gulf Coast Bank, Crescent Title Company, NAI Latter & Blum, Biz New Orleans, LACDB, Home Bank, Louisiana Realtors, Finance New Orleans, GSRIEN, Witry Collective, Delta Title Company, Murphy Appraisal Services, Merrill – A Bank of America Company, CCIM and Engel Volkers.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day.