What’s in store for Colorado’s economy in 2015? The Everitt Real Estate Center in the College of Business will bring together experts from CSU and others to address that question at its second annual Finance and Real Estate Summit in Denver.
The 2015 Finance and Real Estate Summit will take place Jan. 29, 7-9:30 a.m., at the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown, 1420 Stout St.
CSU Regional Economist Martin Shields will discuss the disparity between Colorado’s growing economy and static household incomes, the Federal Reserve and interest rates, and the effects on housing markets.
FirstBank President and CEO and newly elected Chairman of the Board for the American Bankers Association John Ikard will preview the banking outlook for 2015, from trends and surprises to where to look for opportunity in the coming year.
And real estate pioneer Larry Kendall, founder of The Group Inc., will introduce the concept of Ninja Selling, which can be applied in any market condition.
Bill Mosher, Hall of Famer
The Summit will also feature the induction of Bill Mosher, senior managing director of Trammell Crow Company and a nationally recognized leader in real estate development and investment activities, into the Everitt Center’s Real Estate Hall of Fame.
Mosher, who also sits on the Colorado State University Board of Governors, will be honored for his lasting impact on the downtown Denver landscape through his involvement with such projects as the revitalized Union Station and History Colorado Center.
For more information, and to register for the event, which includes breakfast and 2 hours of Real Estate Broker Continuing Education Credits, visit the Everitt Center website.