CCIM North Texas presents The 2016 Market Forecast with Mark Dotzour


Original Source CCIM North Texas Chapter Event

NTCCIM January Luncheon: Mark Dotzour 

DATE: 01/22/2016 (11:30 AM) – 01/22/2016 (01:00 PM)

ADDRESS: The Park City Club 5956 Sherry Lane, Dallas TX
“Three years ago Dennis McCuistion spoke to our group on why bankers should quit making real estate loans.  He is back and talking about what has happened since he spoke to us in September of 2007.  He will address stupidity, greed, crime, and poor public policy.  He’ll finish with a quick look at the future and his thoughts on real estate finance, inflation and how to save what’s left of the world.”

About Dr. Mark Dotzour

Dr. Mark Dotzour
Past Chief Economist and Director of Research
for the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

Dr. Mark G. Dotzour (pronounced Dot sir) earned his Ph.D. in the Department of Finance at the University of Texas at Austin in 1987 and served as Associate Professor of Real Estate and Finance at Wichita State University for 10 years. As Chief Economist, he is currently doing market research to monitor how global and national trends are likely to impact residential and commercial real estate markets.

Prior to his academic career, he was president of Gleneagles Development, Inc.,
developing residential subdivisions in Wichita, Kansas. He also served as president of
Dotzour Inc., Realtors, which was a residential brokerage firm in Wichita.

He has been at the Real Estate Center since August 1997. Since then, he has published 93 articles in magazines and given over 1,250 presentations to more than 210,000 people. His research findings and comments have been published in the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, USA Today and Business Week and he was a guest on the Jim Lehrer NewsHour on PBS.

Dotzour regularly makes presentations at national and state conventions. His audiences
include residential and commercial real estate brokers, bankers, Chambers of Commerce, economic development organizations, homebuilders, construction and engineering firms, CPAs, wealth managers and foundations.

Dr. Dotzour and his wife LuAnn have been married for 39 years. They have two children
and two grandchildren. His father was a professional golfer. He grew up on the golf
course, but you couldn’t tell it from his current 15 handicap. He and LuAnn have spent a
lot of time prowling small bookstores all over America looking for old books about Wall
Street, economic history and science fiction.

CCIM North Texas January Luncheon


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