Chief Economist Jack Kyser to Provide Outlook at Real Estate Luncheon


Chief Economist Jack Kyser to Provide Outlook at Real Estate Luncheon
Jack Kyser, chief economist of the LAEDC, will discuss the outlook for Southern California real estate on June 4.

Jack Kyser, senior vice president and chief economist of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp. (LAEDC), will be the featured speaker at the Real Estate Research Council of Southern California (RERC) quarterly luncheon meeting. Kyser will discuss the “Economic and Real Estate Outlook for Southern California” on Wednesday, June 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the Kellogg West Conference Center.

Called the ?guru of the Los Angeles Economy? by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Kyser is responsible for interpreting and forecasting economic trends and analyzing major industries within the L.A. region?s five counties. Currently the economic advisor to the California Institute and the California Chamber of Commerce, he is past president of the L.A. chapter of the National Association of Business Economists and has previously served as chief economist for the L.A. area Chamber of Commerce.

In addition, RERC Executive Director Michael Carney, professor of finance, real estate and law, will present an update of real estate trends through first quarter 2003, including results of the Council?s April 2003 Home Price Survey.

The RERC, a nonprofit organization based at Cal Poly Pomona, works toward developing and distributing factual information about conditions affecting real estate in Southern California, from housing to mortgage lending and construction.

Cost to attend the luncheon is $35 and includes lunch. For more information, contact Terry Kaufman, (909) 869-2410, or visit www.cpp.edu/~rerc.