Monday, May 24, 2010

"In What Year Will The Economic Recovery Really Begin?

Confused About What To Do Next in Real Estate?
The "Great Recession" has left many of us scratching our heads and wondering what's next? Where do we go from here? How should we reposition our real estate portfolio going forward now that we are emerging from the recession? Should I hang tight, or make an investment move now?

We realize these are confusing times, which is why Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC is hosting this webinar for you. Our goal is to provide you with up-to-date real estate market data and information so that you can make better informed investment decisions.

"In What Year Will The Economic Recovery Begin?"
This exciting webinar will provide an update on the real estate market on a local, state and national point of view as well as an overview of certain demographic trends that will affect investment property. It will help you answer the above questions, and help you decide how to position your own investment portfolio as we move forward beyond the recession.

Hosted by:
William L. Exeter
President and Chief Executive Officer
Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC

Presented by:
Alan N. Nevin
Director of Economic Research
MarketPointe Realty Advisors

Date and Time
Tuesday, May 24, 2010
10:00 AM — 11:00 AM PDT Webinar
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Saturday, May 01, 2010

"In What Year Will The Economic Recovery Begin?"

Has The Recovery Really Started?

The media is full of comments and opinions today about the global economic recession and/or the recovery.  When is the recovery coming?  Is the recovery here; I mean really here? 

These questions about the status of the economic recovery lead to many more questions about what each of us should or should not do in order to take full advantage of the economic recovery as it unfolds before our eyes.  How should we reposition ourselves for the job market, or our securities portfolio or our real estate portfolio?  What should we do differently, if anything, from what we have been doing?

How Will The Recovery Affect Us Individually?

The recovery will affect each and every one of us differently.  It will depend on what industry we are in, what jobs we have, what kind of investments we have made, and what kind of real property we own, etc.  The actions that each of us should take will vary depending on our individual circumstances.

Real Estate Hit Particularly Hard

Those of us in the real estate industry have been hit particularly hard.  So, the biggest question for each of us individually is really when and how will the recovery reach us and how will it ultimately affect us, especially those of us in the real estate world.

Alan NevinTo help us answer these questions on an individual basis, we desperately need current, reliable and accurate information to help us make better informed and educated investment decisions when trying to decide what we should do going forward.

Alan Nevin

So, we invited Alan Nevin, Director of Research with Marketpointe Realty Advisors, and co-founder of The Center for Wealth & Legacy™, to discuss these economic issues and questions with us on a Webinar entitled The Reality of the California Real Estate Market: In What Year Will The Economic Recovery Begin?"
Alan Nevin is an economist and a demographer who will address the various economic and real estate industry trends from a local (San Diego), state (California) and national (U.S.) perspective.  He will also share some comments regarding the global economy and how the U.S. fits into and/or will be affected by the bigger global economic picture.

Webinar Sponsor by Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC understands that investors need information in order to make tough investment decisions in difficult economic markets like today, so Exeter is pleased to host and sponsor this free webinar for real estate investors.  Click here to register for this free webinar.