|Well-known economist John Husing, president of Economics & Politics Inc., will discuss “Continued Explosive Growth in Inland Empire Real Estate Markets” on March 16.|
Well-known economist John Husing, president of Economics & Politics Inc., will be the featured speaker at the Real Estate Research Council of Southern California (RERC) quarterly luncheon meeting on Wednesday, March 16, 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the Kellogg West Conference Center. He will discuss “Continued Explosive Growth in Inland Empire Real Estate Markets.”
For the past several years, California's fastest growing counties have been Riverside and San Bernardino. Husing argues while home prices will likely slow, the powerful internal dynamics of the Inland Empire economy will continue to fuel expensive real estate growth.
Husing is a recognized authority on city and county economies of the Inland Empire, a topic he first began studying in 1964 with his doctoral thesis at Claremont Graduate University. For the past 40 years, he has maintained an extensive statistical database on the economic indicators affecting Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Husing's economic consulting firm, Economics & Politics Inc., is a major source of information for public and private entities on the economics of the Inland Empire.
Husing has produced the Inland Empire Quarterly Economic Report for 16 years and is a monthly front page columnist for The Business Press.
RERC Executive Director Michael Carney, professor of Finance, Real Estate & Law, will also discuss housing trends to date, including the results of the survey of unsold new tract housing inventory.
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. Reservations are required. For more information, contact Terry Kaufman at (909) 869-2410, or visit www.cpp.edu/~rerc.