Don’t miss Pacific Union’s first annual Los Angeles Real Estate Economic Forecast from the stage of the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday, November 29 at 5 p.m. This event will look at the current economic state of Los Angeles as well as its future, revealing what we can all expect to see and how to prepare or act on it.
This unique, one-hour webcast production, in the format of a “TED”-style talk, will be live-streamed on Partners Trust’s Youtube and Facebook accounts, and simulcast in Mandarin for Pacific Union’s Chinese investors throughout Asia.
Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin and esteemed economists John Burns and Selma Hepp—who also publishes a monthly market analysis, Economic Straight Talk—will provide proprietary research findings that give investors, buyers, and sellers the knowledge they need for success in their Los Angeles real estate investments.
This event follows Pacific Union’s fourth annual Real Estate and Economic Forecast focused on San Francisco and the Bay Area, which focused on projecting Bay Area activity through 2020. Key Takeaways from this gathering include the anticipated rise of mortgage rates across the board, how Napa and Sonoma county housing markets will fair following the wildfires, and how proposed tax changes could significantly disincentivize current and future buyers.