How millennials are shaping Northern Colorado’s future

Exploring the changing demographic landscape in Northern Colorado and how millennials are shaping the future will be the focus at the 20th annual Northern Colorado Real Estate Conference, being held Oct. 12 at The Embassy Suites in Loveland.

The conference, which will be held from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., is presented by the Everitt Real Estate Center at Colorado State University’s College of Business.

Demographics and economics

One of the highlights of the event will be a state demographic and economic presentation by Elizabeth Garner from the State Demography Office and Martin Shields from CSU’s Regional Economics Institute.

Other featured presentations will include generational specialists and well-established real estate industry panelists discussing how the landscape of Northern Colorado is changing and what trends are expected to continue. Attendees will gain perspective on how millennials and Generation Z are changing the face of the future, and what that means for real estate. Industry professionals from the region will tie this information together and analyze what is next for Colorado in commercial and residential real estate.

Bryon Collins

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Byron Collins and Tim Hasler to be honored

During the conference, Byron Collins will be honored as Real Estate Entrepreneur of the Year, and Tim Hasler will be inducted into the Real Estate Hall of Fame.

Collins is a graduate of CSU’s Finance and Real Estate Department and was the developer of Harmony Golf Course, a nature-inspired course in Northern Colorado. Hasler has practiced real estate law in Northern Colorado for many years.

About the Everitt Real Estate Center

Tim Hasler

The Everitt Real Estate Center, a department within the College of Business at Colorado State University, strives to continually improve its missions of providing valuable research to the real estate community as well as providing outreach programs and networking opportunities for CSU real estate students. The Center was established in October 2000, and has benefited from two major endowments – $1.5 million from Eric Holsapple and Don Marostica, and $2.4 million from Bob and Joyce Everitt and the Everitt Companies. The goal of the Center is to set the standard in teaching, research, service and extension for the benefit of Colorado and the real estate industry. The Center is supported solely from membership fees, event profits and donations.