Breakfast at the BMC

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oin the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate (BMC) within the University of San Diego School of Business in conjunction with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) on June 10, for the next installment of the BMC’s popular Breakfast at the BMC lecture series. This conference will address and identify regional housing affordability issues. This will be a two-part conference series, with a follow-up conference hosted by ULI in Fall 2016 which will address solutions to the problems raised at this event.
Topics and confirmed speakers include:
"Setting the Table: The Housing Crisis in Perspective; Facts and Figures”
Gary London, president, The London Group Realty Advisors

Panel: “The Economic Response”
Moderated by: Jerry Sanders, president and CEO, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
Mark Cafferty, president and CEO, Economic Development Corporation
Marney Cox, chief economist, San Diego Association of Governments
Lynn Reaser, chief economist, Point Loma Nazarene University
Deborah Ruane ’14 MSEL, senior vice president, San Diego Housing Commission

Panel: “The Policy Response”
Moderated by: David Graham, deputy chief operating officer, City of San Diego
Paul Borden, president and CEO, HomeFed Corp.
Ann Moore ’84 JD, partner, Norton Moore and Adams
Jeff Murphy, planning director, City of San Diego
Mark Wardlaw, director, County of San Diego Department of Planning and Development Services

The Breakfast at the BMC lecture series was launched by the Burnham-Moores Center in 2007 to showcase extraordinary real estate leaders and to address current issues that affect the real estate industry. Past speakers include philanthropist Ernest Rady, former MLB Commissioner Peter Ueberroth, JMI Realty’s John Kratzer and Janet Yellen, chair of the Federal Reserve. Real estate topics have included economic development’s impact on real estate and infrastructure needs to support real estate expansion.

Event Details:
Breakfast at the BMC; A Summer Housing Affordability Conference
University of San Diego, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110
7-8 a.m. Breakfast and Networking; 8-11 a.m. Program

Cost: $95 for General Registration; $47.50 for Real Estate Alumni Association Members; $950 for 10 Reserved Seats; $475 for Five Reserved Seats

Register for the conference.

For questions or sponsorship opportunities, contact Diane Ice, events and committees manager, at (619) 260-2379.

Presenting Sponsor

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Corporate Sponsors

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Wells Fargo

Breakfast Sponsors
Newland Communities
Pacifica Companies
Reno Contracting
Residential Wholesale Mortgage
Voit Real Estate Services

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