February 2, 2004 Vol. VIII, No. 9



Valley's Real Estate Experts to Examine Market Issues

Former U.S. Housing Secretary, Real Estate Investment Leader are Slated to Speak at Conference

Top San Fernando Valley real estate experts will examine issues and concerns of the area's real estate community at the first annual San Fernando Valley Real Estate Outlook for 2004.

The outlook will be hosted by Cal State Northridge's Center for Real Estate from 7 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 11, at the Hilton Hotel in Universal City. A keynote address will be given by former U.S. Housing Secretary Henry Cisneros, (right)founder and chairman of Pacific CityHome, which provides capital and support to multiple-home builders with single-family projects in California.

Harvey Green, (left) president and CEO of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Brokerage Company, will make a special presentation. Green directs the largest real estate brokerage firm in the nation.

Outlook panels will explore emerging trends in the Valley real estate market, as well as the market's product: multi-family dwellings, office and industrial space, and retail development.

Panel moderators will include Bruce Ackerman, president and CEO of the Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley; attorney Benjamin Reznik, a partner with Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro; attorney Kent Mouton, a partner with Kulik, Gottesman, Mouton & Siegel; Rick Entin, principal of Entin Properties; Sanford Paris, owner of Paris Industrial Parks; and Chris Wilson, president of Wilson Commercial Real Estate.

"We hope that by bringing together some of the top players in San Fernando Valley real estate, people will get the latest information on what is happening in the Valley and a better feeling for what the future real estate market will look like," said Donald Bleich, director of Northridge's Center for Real Estate.

Conference registration is $110. For more information, contact Debi Klein, director of development for Northridge's College of Business and Economics, at (818) 677-3621 or via e-mail at debi.klein@csun.edu.


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