FORT COLLINS — See what the experts expect for the commercial and residential real estate markets in Northern Colorado in 2015 when Colorado State University’s Everitt Real Estate Center holds its annual forecast on Dec. 10, 4-7 p.m., at Embassy Suites Loveland.
This year’s presenters include Charles Shapiro, CoStar Group sales professional working with commercial brokers; John Covert, director of Metrostudy’s Colorado-New Mexico Region; and Eric Holsapple, executive director of the Everitt Real Estate Center in the CSU College of Business.
The areas covered by the forecast, which starts at the macroeconomic level and drills down to individual market sectors, include Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Longmont, Boulder and surrounding areas.
In addition to the residential and commercial market forecasts, the event will feature a preview of the National Association of Home Builders Student Competition in Las Vegas in February and a recap of the International Council of Shopping Centers Student Competition in Boulder in November. Members of the competing teams will be on hand to receive recognition and discuss their case studies.
Real Estate Broker continuing education credits will be available for forecast attendees. Proceeds from event sponsorships benefit the Everitt Center’s real estate scholarships.
Admission to this year’s real estate forecast is free, but registration is required. Online registration available at https://advancing.colostate.edu/ERECFORECASTING2014.
For more information or to purchase an event sponsorship, contact Chris Johnson at 970-491-1670 or email email@example.com.
About the Everitt Real Estate Center
The Everitt Real Estate Center, within the College of Business at Colorado State University, strives to continually improve its missions of providing valuable research to the real estate community, as well as provide outreach programs and networking opportunities for CSU real estate students.
The Center was established in October 2000, and has benefited from two major endowments – $1.5 million from Eric Holsapple and Don Marostica, and $2.4 million from Bob and Joyce Everitt and the Everitt Companies. The goal of the Center is to set the standard in teaching, research, service and extension for the benefit of Colorado and the real estate industry. The Center is supported solely from membership fees, event profits and donations.