This Thursday, July 23rd at noon until 1:30 Central, we will host a discussion with two stars of the real estate community, Peter Linneman and Jim Noteware. We'll be looking at several topics surrounding national and local economic forces and how they are affecting the real estate landscape. See below for registration information and more.
Where were we, Where are we, What's ahead
- The national macro-economic snapshot
- How it's broadly affecting various RE property types
- Texas and Houston's economic nuances
- Translation to Houston RE
We look forward to having you tune in for a vibrant discussion. Click here to register in advance for this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining.
MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTS
Dr. Peter Linneman
For over 40 years, Dr. Peter Linneman's unique blend of scholarly rigor and practical business insight has won him accolades from around the world, including PREA's prestigious Graaskamp Award for Real Estate Research, Wharton's Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center's Lifetime Achievement Award, Realty Stock Magazine's Special Achievement Award, being named "One of the 25 Most Influential People in Real Estate" by Realtor Magazine and inclusion in The New York Observer's "100 Most Powerful People in New York Real Estate". After receiving both his Masters and Doctorate in Economics under the tutelage of Nobel Prize winners Milton Friedman, Gary Becker, George Stigler, Ted Schultz and Jim Heckman, Peter had a distinguished academic career at both The University of Chicago and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, serving as Founding Chairman of the Real Estate Department and Director of the prestigious Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center. In addition, he's published over 100 scholarly articles, four editions of the acclaimed book Real Estate Finance and Investments: Risks and Opportunities, and the widely read Linneman Letter quarterly report. For more than 35 years, he has advised leading corporations and served on over 20 public and private boards, including serving as Chairman of Rockefeller Center Properties, where he led the successful restructuring and sale of Rockefeller Center in the mid-1990s.
For nearly 40 years, Jim Noteware has specialized in the development of real estate and the value-added turn-around of properties, portfolios and the organizations that manage them, both private and public. Jim's projects have won numerous awards for innovation, performance and impact. Currently, through his various development and advisory companies, he is engaged in development of major commercial projects and creation of residential based mixed-use communities in (re-)emerging urban infill locations in Texas. As Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Ventures, Jim is active in international trade/investment and property development. He has held leadership positions in numerous real estate and civic organizations, is quoted and has published widely. Additionally, he is a frequent speaker on market conditions and urban affairs. At the request of then newly-elected Mayor Annise Parker, Jim served two years as the City of Houston’s Director of Housing and Community Development, and quickly effected a major organizational turn-around, returning the Department to compliance with Federal and State funding agencies. And between 2003 and 2004, at the nomination of Mayor Anthony Williams of Washington, DC and confirmation by the White House, Jim led the real estate investment, development and operations of the National Capital Revitalization Corporation (NCRC), a joint venture between the District of Columbia and US Federal Governments.
Given Peter's and Jim's extensive experiences, we know we're in for a deep dive wherever the conversation takes us. Thank you in advance for joining us.