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Burnham-Moores Center to Co-Host San Diego Foreclosure Symposium
On Oct. 30 the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate, with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the City Heights Business Association, co-hosts an all-day symposium that will address the foreclosure crisis in San Diego County.
The symposium, “Developing a Regional Plan for Neighborhood Stabilization: Focus on San Diego County,” will include elected officials, as well as representatives from national, regional and local governments, non-profits and the private sector. The event will be held on campus at USD.
Norm Miller, professor and director of academic programs at the Burnham-Moores Center, will provide the keynote luncheon address. A report of the symposium’s findings and recommendations will be presented to local, state and federal agencies, and will, in part, be produced by six USD Master of Science in Real Estate students. Also as a result of the symposium, a San Diego Neighborhood Stabilization Task Force will be created to advocate for the implementation of the report’s recommendations.
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