Pacific Union International, Inc., the largest independent real estate brokerage in California, produces its first annual Los Angeles Real Estate Economic Forecast from the stage of the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 5 p.m. Pacific Time.
The unique, one-hour webcast production, in the format of a “TED"-style talk, will be live-streamed on http://pacificunion.fora.tv and simulcast in Mandarin for Pacific Union’s Chinese investors throughout Asia.
This dynamic economic analysis of today’s Los Angeles real estate market includes a forecast to 2020. The webcast features esteemed national real estate economist John Burns of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, along with Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp and Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin.
“Other Los Angeles brokerages talk about innovation in their real estate practices,” Pacific Union International CEO Mark A. McLaughlin says. "Yet Pacific Union’s Silicon Valley tech investments and Innovation Lab deliver faster business analytics to our elite teams at John Aaroe Group and Partner’s Trust, creating the ideal roadmap for the ultimate client experience.”
The annual forecast is unique in the nation and provides crucial insights about real estate markets over the next three years. The intelligence delivered by Pacific Union forecasts since 2014 has instilled confidence in its real estate professionals and their clients to support their investment decisions. Past cited market trends have been strongly borne out, including predictions for the top of the market, normalization of appreciation rates, and trends in migration from urban centers to “surbanTM” locations.
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