2006 Meet the Experts Market Forum
The Housing Bubble: What's in store for 2006
Wednesday, February 15th – 3:00 p.m. Drury Lane Theater, Oakbrook Terrace
Featured Guest Speaker:
Scott Anderson, Chief Economist for Wells Fargo
Featured Speakers and Topics
Steve Hovany, Strategy Planning Associates
"General Nature of the Economy and Demographics"
With over 30 years of experience in Chicago area growth and development both as Chief Planner for Naperville and Director of Planning for Schaumburg, and over fifteen years experience as a consultant to residential home builders, developers, and municipalities, Mr. Hovany is a recognized expert in Chicago area community growth and land development, combining the disciplines of Market Research and Urban Planning. His firm, Strategy Planning Associates, Inc., is now focused on bringing Internet-based assistance directly to the home builder's desktop.
Chris Huecksteadt, Metrostudy
"Midwest Geographic Housing Trends by Price and Volume"
Chris Huecksteadt is the Director of the Chicago market for Metrostudy, the nation's largest real estate advisory and consulting service. Metrostudy maintains detailed information on over 5,000 developments in the Chicagoland area alone and provides data, analysis, feasibility studies and absorption forecasts for its clients. Metrostudy's Metrosearch software program is an integral tool providing builders, developers, and lenders a means to track the housing market both here and nationally.
Erik Doersching, Tracy Cross & Associates, Inc.
"Midwest Product Changes and Product Trends by Area"
Erik Doersching is Vice President and Managing Partner of Tracy Cross & Associates, Inc., a 35- year-old real estate marketing firm. The firm is involved in all facets of feasibility, product planning, marketing and business strategy development, and assists builders, developers, and their financial partners to better meet the ever-changing demands of the marketplace. The firm continues to represent major Chicagoland developers and builders and their lender partners, as well as numerous other public agencies and governmental bodies.
- $110 per first firm member
- $85 per additional attendees from same firm
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