The 2016 Housing Forecast is just around the corner! ABoR and the Homebuilder's Association (HBA) of Greater Austin invites you to join them, REALTORS®, and other real estate professionals on January 13 for an inspiring event that's sure to kickoff the new year right.
Learn from real estate industry analysts about the trends from 2015 and gain local and national economic information to effectively plan your business strategy and set expectations for the year ahead.
Register now through December 18 for early bird pricing!
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Time: 7:30 am - 1130 am
Location: JW Marriott Austin, 110 E. Second St., Austin 78701
Members: $85.00/person or reserve a Table of 10 for $750.00
ABoR MEMBERS - USE PROMO CODE: ABOR
(Self parking is included in the price. Valet parking is NOT included.)
Eldon Rude, Principal, 360° Real Estate Analytics
Eldon Rude advises clients in housing, development, banking, commercial real estate and the government sector. He has worked in real estate in Texas for nearly 30 years, earning a reputation for thorough analysis and candid insight.
In addition to moderating the event, Rude will deliver an overview of the region’s economy and housing market in 2015, and present his forecast of what Central Texas can expect for 2016.
Malee Tobias, VP of Research at Newland Real Estate Group
Malee leads research for all of Newland Communities’ developments nationwide. Malee has more than 15 years of experience in market and consumer research and application. Prior to joining Newland, Malee was Vice President at RCLCO, a national advisory firm serving the real estate industry, specializing in development strategy planning, market and product segmentation, and fiscal/economic analyses for mixed-use, residential, and commercial developments across the US.
Brian Kelsey, Principal/Founder of Civic Analytics
Prior to founding Civic Analytics, Brian was a senior policy advisor at the Economic Development Administration, where he engineered a $37 million grant program to drive regional innovation and job growth. Brian is an adjunct faculty member of the Graduate Program in Community and Regional Planning at UT Austin, where he teaches a class on economic development. He has a master’s degree in public affairs from UT Austin and a bachelor’s degree in economics and history from UNC-Chapel Hill.