2017 Conference Recap

Thank you for joining us for the 10th annual Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference. All speakers listed in GREEN are linked to a power point. 

SESSION I – KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

The National Outlook: Residential markets have improved dramatically since the Great Recession, with Boulder helping to lead the way. What is the outlook for housing on a national level?

Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist and Senior VP of Research, National Association of Realtors

Lots To Be Desired: A dramatic shift is occurring in the region’s new-housing market, with supplies of developed lots dwindling in larger communities, but with smaller towns poised for dramatic growth. We’ll hear the latest numbers and trends from an expert in the industry.

John Covert, Regional Director, Colorado/New Mexico Metrostudy

SESSION II – ICONS OF REAL ESTATE (COMMERCIAL)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Development, investmentand ownership of commercial real estate require knowledge, instinct and strategic thinking. So how do the region’s commercial experts do what they do? Ask questions of the Boulder Valley’s top real estate developers, investors and owners in this second annual panel of leaders in commercial real estate.

Chad McWhinney, CEO, McWhinney 

David Johnson, President, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners 

Lynda Gibbons, CEO, Gibbons-White

Geoffrey Keys, CEO, Keys Commercial 

Tom Clark, Former CEO, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation

SESSION II – THE BIG SHIFT: THE RE-BALANCING OF BOULDER VALLEY’S REAL ESTATE MARKET  (RESIDENTIAL)

Boulder Valley real estate has been in a strong seller’s market for the past several years. In 2017, many market indicators are pointing to a shift in our market. What does this mean for buyers, sellers and agents? Come find out.

Duane Duggan, ReMax of Boulder

Kelly Moye, ReMax Alliance 

Jay Kalinski, ReMax of Boulder, Moderator 

SESSION III – COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL FORECAST

Residential Forecast: What do the latest numbers tell us about the residential market in the Boulder Valley? We’ll examine sales numbers, listings, average and median prices and much more.

DB Wilson, ReMax of Boulder

Commercial Forecast: Office, retail and industrial space are filling up throughout the Boulder Valley. We’ll take a look at major developments and sales, as well as the latest vacancy and leasing statistics.

Lynda Gibbons, Gibbons-White 

Angela Topel, Gibbons-White 

SESSION IV – BREAKING GROUND (COMMERCIAL)

Communities throughout the Boulder Valley are seeing a wave of new commercial construction, with some projects in the planning stage and others already emerging from the ground. Our panel of development directors will provide a complete rundown of the region’s top projects. This panel is a huge hit year after year!

Aaron Dejong, Economic Development Director, City of Lousiville 

Jim Robertson, Development Review Manager for Planning, City of Boulder 

Clint Folsom, Mayor, Town of Superior 

Dave Shinneman, Acting Community Development Director, City and County of Broomfield 

David Starnes, Redevelopment & Revitalization Manager, City of Longmont  

SESSION IV – RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENTS (RESIDENTIAL)

A look at investment in residential projects in the Boulder Valley, ranging from single-family homes to apartments to condo projects. We’ll examine the ins and outs of what makes a good investment — and a good investor.

Todd Ulrich, PG Rentals

Stephanie Iannone, Housing Helpers 

Kyle Malnati, Calibrate Real Estate 

Elizabeth Million, Elevations Credit Union 

Duane DugganJohn Hall, Economic Development Director, City of Westminster

BEYOND THE VALLEY

Rapid growth surrounds the Boulder Valley, with major new commercial and residential developments taking hold. What are some of the significant projects in Arvada, Westminster, Thornton and in the Weld County communities east of Boulder, and what do these projects mean for Boulder and Broomfield counties?

Barry Gore, President & CEO, Adams County Economic Development 

Gregg Moss, President & CEO, North Metro Chamber of Commerce

Ryan Stachelski, Economic Development Director, City of Arvada

Richard Werner, CEO, Upstate Colorado Economic Development