HOUSTON – Registration has opened for Spring Symposium, a prominent real estate and economic forecast by the University of Houston’s Institute for Regional Forecasting at the Hobby Center for Public Policy.
Interested parties are encouraged to make reservations promptly because the Symposium has sold out in two days in prior years.
The Symposium and luncheon, will be held May 8, 2012, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1200 Louisiana in downtown Houston. To register www.uh.edu/irf or 713-743-3869.
Dr. Ted C. Jones, chief economist of Stewart Title Guaranty Co., will deliver a talk entitled “Houston: NASA Decelerating, but Economy Rocketing, Lubricated by Oil, Gas, Trade, and Other Accelerants — A Real Estate and Economic Outlook for 2012.” Dr. Jones will cover commercial and residential real estate topics, interest rate forecasts, construction, Houston’s manufacturing sector and the port, the European debt crisis, and other vital economic information.
Early Bird Registration is $90 per person (payment must be received by April 20.) Individual registration is $110 after that date and $125 at the door (if available).
Corporate tables are $925 for a table of 10, with a table top sign with company name. Corporate sponsors include a number of major real estate firms and financial institutions.