Real Estate Outlook 2014 featuring ULI’s ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate’ Annual Report
ULI Nashville presented its annual real estate trends and forecast program, Real Estate Outlook 2014 to a sell out crowd.
The event featured a presentation on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014 report – a joint-publication from ULI and PricewaterhouseCoopers(PwC), as well as by comments from local real estate industry leaders.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate, a trends and forecast publication with a 34-year history, is the most highly-regarded and widely-read forecast report in the real estate industry. Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014 provides an outlook on U.S. investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues, and this year, will include data on middle TN.
What are the best bets for investment and development in 2014? How will national economic and real estate trends play out in the Middle Tennessee? What will happen to real estate fundamentals in 2014, and how do investors view real estate investment prospects for metropolitan Nashville region in 2014? Our keynote speaker and local panel addressed these and other questions.
This REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK 2014 event provided a key metric for your business in the coming year.
Senior Vice President, Case Studies and Publications
Urban Land Institute
Dean Schwanke is a senior vice president, Case Studies and Publications, at the Urban Land Institute. Before this position he was Executive Director of the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. In that role he oversaw and coordinated ULI work on real estate finance and capital markets issues, including books, Emerging Trends reports, the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer, online content, continuing education programs and sessions at ULI meetings and conferences. Over the past twenty-eight years, Dean has directed the development of over 70 books and reports for ULI, and has personally authored or coauthored numerous books and reports, including the ULI Real Estate Forecast report from 1996 to 2003; the Mixed-Use Development Handbook in 2003; and the Resort Development Handbook in 1997.
He has directed the Emerging Trends in Real Estate program at ULI since 2003, and he has made over 60 presentations at conferences and other events on emerging trends as well as many other topics, including real estate capital markets, place making and mixed-use development.
LOCAL RESPONSE PANEL
Ray Hensler, founder of Hensler Development Group
Jeff Palmquist, senior vice president of Duke Realty Corp.’s Nashville operations
Brian Reames, senior vice president and regional manager for the Nashville office of Highwoods Properties
Nashville Post, Nashville leads Southern peer cities on real estate front. ULI survey shows Music City is ‘generally good’ for investing, developing
Published December 11, 2013 by William Williams
Nashville Business Journal, Nashville leads peer cities in ‘markets to watch’
Published December 11, 2013 by Matt Batcheldor
The Tennessean, Tighter supply likely to raise Nashville-area office rents
Published December 12, 2013 by Getahn Ward