“The Influence of macro changes on real estate fundamentals” – paradigm shifts in real estate are happening, including new sensitivity to uses of energy, changing needs for office space, negative real interest rates and the search for yields, and significant statutory and regulatory changes. Macro events are causing and will continue to cause significant paradigm shifts, including changes in fundamentals and many of the norms which impact real estate and to which the real estate market has become accustomed. What are those shifts? Are they permanent or transitory? The 2013 Crocker will address some of these impacts and how they affect existing assets, future development and real estate investments.
On October 29, 2013, the Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association will again join together with the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA to present the 42nd Annual Benjamin S. Crocker Symposium on Real Estate Law and Business 2013, at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. This Symposium will use lively dialogues, among some of California’s most successful and recognized real estate professionals, and networking forums to expose and analyze, from business, legal and practical standpoints, various hidden treasures that exist in today’s evolving real estate environment.