Los Angeles: Real Estate... Where from Here? Fast recovery or lingering doldrums.

Join alumni from the Harvard Business School Association of Southern California in this opportunity to hear about the current and future outlook for the real estate market.

LSE alumni are invited.

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

6:30 pm - No host cocktail hour, including generous complimentary hors d'oeuvres.
7:30 pm - Panel discussion begins.

$35 by Sept. 10th; $40 from Sept. 11th through Sept. 16th, 5:00 pm: $45 Sept. 17th at the door (space permitting) Cash only. No credit cards accepted.

To Register:

Luxe Hotel
11461 Sunset Boulevard (near 405)
Los Angeles, California 90049
(310) 476-6571

Parking at the hotel is at your own cost. Street parking is generally available along Church Lane and neighborhoods south of Sunset.

"In 2005 and 2006, the panelists for this Real Estate Event predicted the current real estate market calamity before any other experts. If you missed those events, now is your opportunity to hear their current and future outlook for the real estate market."

"Influences on real estate values are multi-faceted and include international macro-economic issues, such as the Chinese economy and domestic issues including the Federal Reserve, Obama Administration policies, and California budget issues, as well as more micro-economic issues such as the local supply/demand balance. Speakers of this event will discuss the impact of these issues on the residential and commercial real estate markets. Three distinguished speakers, including Dr Robert Edelstein of UC Berkeley's Haas School, Dr Chris Thornberg, Principal of Beacon Economics and former senior economist of UCLA's Anderson Forecast, and Dr. Richard Green, Director of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, will share their insights on the current and future outlook of California real estate. "
---Harvard Business School Association of Southern California


Questions... please contact LA chapter leaders Mansi Shah or Elizabth Botsford at losangeles@aflse.org.

This is a Harvard Business School Association of Southern California event.